NYC adds cell and WiFi service to 36 more Subway stations

In an effort to have all Subway stations completely wired by 2016, the MTA has announced that around 36 stations are getting smartphone cell service and WiFi access in New York City. More than 8.5 million daily subway riders will be happy to learn that they'll have complete wireless service deep underground at more than 30 new locations. Time to check Twitter and Facebook on the Subway.

ZTE Director launches on US Cellular for those on a budget

Today the folks from ZTE and US Cellular announced the latest smartphone that will be headed to the regional carrier soon. It's called the ZTE Director and this little entry-level budget smartphone is aimed for those on a budget or looking for their first smartphone. It's just 1 cent with a new contract, or $99 to buy outright and we have all the details.

Into The Dead for Android updated – we go hands on

At the end of March an awesome and completely free game launched on Android called Into The Dead, and if you haven't seen it you'll want to check it out below. The extremely popular developers from PikPok Games released this endless-runner style zombie game, but it's certainly one that's memorable. After a quick update this weekend we figured some hands-on video was in order.

Kaspersky mobile security updated with full version trials and new features

Today one of the biggest names in PC and virus protection has just announced some good news for us Android users. If you're one of the many that worries about your mobile smartphone or tablets security, we have some good news in the form of Kaspersky ultimate protection. Their Android smartphone and tablet apps have been available for some time, but today they've announced full-featured (not lite) 30-day trials, as well as some new features.

Evernote fires back at Keep, signs partnership with Deutsche Telekom

Today Evernote has been in the news more than a few times. After Google launched their note competitor last week, Google Keep, we've been seeing plenty mentions of the note-taking app. Today they have two things they've announced in what looks to be a fire back at Google. For one they released an awesome update with tons of new features, and now we've learned they signed an exclusive deal with Deutsche Telekom to improve their international presence.

GOWEX lighting up New York with free Wi-Fi

GOWEX, for those not familiar with the name, is a company that promises to "reinvent your city" and transform it into a Wireless Smart City. That being the case, it looks like they have begun transforming a new city -- New York. Based on details we have seen, GOWEX will be rolling out nearly 2000 hotspots across the city. Or more specifically, they have said they will be offering 1,953 hotspots in and around some of the biggest neighborhoods of the city.

Motorola entices buyers with free $50 Play Store gift card

Starting today and going until March 4th, those who opt to purchase one of the many different smartphones currently available from the guys at Motorola will get a nice little gift in return. For eligible smartphones, after purchase users will get a free $50 gift card for the Google Play Store. With many new smartphones on the horizon it appears that Motorola is trying to steal a few more sales real quick.
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