Google Now is adding a Flight price monitor card to their stack of goodies. The new card will keep you updated on any price changes to that next flight you need to take. Just use Google Flights to search your next flight and let us know how it goes.
Rackspace didn’t capitulate when a patent troll demanded $75,000, instead it decided to fight, and won. Now Rotatable Technologies has been vanquished, it is now an ex-troll. It can no longer harm us!
Verizon will roll out their VoLTE service later this fall, and the 2nd generation Motorola Moto X will be one of the first to use it. Advanced Calling 1.0 is the name of the service, including VoLTE, HD Voice calling and more.
Sony’s claims of the Xperia Z3 providing 2 days of battery life appear to be true, results are showing almost 10 hours of screen-on time from a single charge. Not bad for a 3100mAh battery under a 5.2-inch display.
For those indie developers hoping that a PO Box will work as an alternative to providing a physical (real world) address for your business, it’s looking less likely that Google will accept this.
The Galaxy Mega 2 arrived to select retailers in Thailand and Malaysia nearly a month ago. Interestingly enough, Samsung never officially acknowledged the launch, though they’ve finally put detailed information up for the handset on the official Samsung Thailand website.
According to a new report, Apple may phase out the Beats Music brand, though the streaming service will likely stick around. Whether it will remain an independent app or part of iTunes remains unknown at this stage.
Halfbrick has announced plans to overhaul Fruit Ninja’s UI, while also introducing several new features that will revamp the entire experience.
The mid-range LG G3 Vigor will arrive to AT&T’s network on September 26th, priced at $335 outright or just $50 on contract.
Android L isn’t even out the gate yet and already the first AOSP comments have surfaced referencing the likely distant Android M release.