The Moto X smartphone price dropped down to just $99 this week through AT&T who offers the device with Moto Maker customization.
Users can now purchase the Moto X through the carrier and have the ability to fully customize its exterior. They will also get a free Motorola Skip and shipping included at no extra cost. A deal like this is only available through AT&T at this time as other carriers that offer customization have not slashed the price.
The first place to basically cut the on-contract price of the Moto X phone in half was Best Buy, which began offering the handset for $99 earlier this month. more >>
The PlayStation 4 Android app will be available on smartphones and tablets in mid-Nov., according to a Sony press release issued earlier this week.
The app will be free and can also be downloaded onto devices running iOS such as the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch along with many Android based smartphones and tablets. It will be available in the App Store and Google Play.
The new app will allow PS4 players to use their devices as a second screen during game play. more >>
The Nexus 5 release date could be as early as Oct. 31 after a new alleged information leak has hinted that the device could be unveiled before the end of the month.
A recent tip received by Android Authority confirmed that the company will begin offering the smartphone on the last day of this month. They also stated that operators in Canada will begin launching the device on Nov 7-8. These carriers include Rogers, Bell, Telus, Koodo and Virgin.
This is just a rumor at this time so it should be taken with a grain of salt. more >>
One night in 2010, three friends brainstromed about how they could create a digital platform to swap stories about what God was doing in their lives.
"We thought it'd just be something for our friends. Maybe they would read it. Maybe our family would read it," Dan Mark, one of the site's co-founders and an attorney in Los Angeles, told The Christian Post.
With little technical expertise, the friends created a Tumblr site, they named "WitnessLA" and initially shared inspirational and provocative quotes and Bible verses, a personal lesson about tithing, and dreams about what they hoped the site might become. more >>
A White House National Security Staff official was fired after it was discovered he posted on a fake Twitter account leaking internal information and insulting politicians, including a Tweet that called former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's family "white trash."
Jofi Joseph's termination was first shared by The Daily Beast, which posted several of his controversial tweets under the handle @natsecwonk, which has since been deleted.
Some of his tweets included: more >>
The Sunday Assembly, an atheist group started in the U.K., is looking to raise close to $800,000 to spread its message through digital platforms and continue expanding on a global basis.
"We are a charity, so we can't give stock options so we have to pay wages," explained Sanderson Jones, one of the group's founders. He told Wired.co.uk that there is "an incredible opportunity to change the world for the better," and pointed to studies that show that the community experience of going to church helps people lead healthier lives.
"If we increase people's social capital by creating real-life communities and supporting networks, then we can increase wealth, without spending loads. It's social capitalism. And we think the best way to create more of these meetings IRL, is to harness the power of networked computers, so that we can get away from networked computers," Jones added. more >>