Author Archives: Dave LeClair


Lenovo’s P770 smartphone has a 29-hour battery life

Lenovo’s P770 smartphone might not be the fastest, most powerful device around, but it does have some good things going for it. It has a stylish design, and it's on par with most mid-range smartphones in terms of how it runs. Just when you think you're looking at another standard mid-level phone, you notice the massive 3,500mAh battery. That's 29 hours of talk time.

Kindle Fire on sale for $129 for Cyber Monday

Black Friday may have come and gone, but the chances to get good deals for the holiday season is still here with Cyber Monday. Amazon is one of the leaders for saving money on Cyber Monday, and it is offering the Kindle Fire for only $129 on Cyber Monday. If you don't want the "Special Offer" subsidized model, it will cost $144, which is still a savings.

Facebook pushing employees to Android devices to improve app

It's no secret that Facebook has primarily provided its employees with iPhones. Presumably, this is why the iPhone app works better than the Android one, and why it receives many more new features through updates. Of course, as an Android user, you are probably well aware of how lacking the Facebook app is for Google's OS.

SwiftKey 3 available for 50% off for Black Friday

Black Friday is a day dedicated to deals. Shoppers wander around in a turkey induced stupor looking to grab insane deals for themselves and loved ones. Well, you can actually get some good savings without walking out of your house and braving the crowds thanks to generous app creators on Google Play. The popular keyboard application known as SwiftKey 3 is available for 50% off for Black Friday. Who doesn't love saving money and getting an awesome application at the same time?

Three announces Nexus 4 coming December 13

We have some good new for customers of Three in the UK. The carrier just announced that the Nexus 4 is coming to the UK-based wireless carrier on December 13. If you're in the UK waiting for the Nexus 4, that wait it coming to an end. Three is offering the device on a contract and prepaid option. Options are always a good thing, and Three is taking care of its customers in that regard.

Enable LTE on Nexus 4 in Canada with a simple code

If you are in Canada, there is a way to finagle LTE onto the Nexus 4, according to the guys at XDA-Developers. Sadly, it only works in Canada, so the rest us are left out of this one. If you are in Canada, by simply entering a code hidden away in the phone you can LTE speeds. It almost seems too easy, but multiple users in Canada have tried it, and are showing data speeds that are right on par with you would expect to see from a 4G connected phone.