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Google Contributor launched to change the web - If you’re not aware, most web sites make their money via advertising banners and commissions off of products sold through branded links. Having a million viewers a day doesn’t mean anything if there’s not some product being sold or pushed in your face. Google thinks there’s got to be a better way and is doing something about it with Google Contributor. It’s basically a micropayment scheme in which people who donate get to skip ads on the sites...
Google Contributor is not the Nashville homeless newsletter on the internet, but it's something that can help keep websites from spamming you away.
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T-Mobile final Uncarrier Amped move is all about Apple (and disappointing to Android fans)
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The OnePlus 2 is here, get your invite ready - OnePlus has been trying to build hype around the OnePlus 2 for a little while now, and as a result revealed a good deal of information about the OnePlus 2 before the official release. Today, though, we finally got the full reveal in a virtual reality announcement about the phone that is touted (by OnePlus, at least) as the 2016 “flagship killer”. As we knew, the OnePlus 2 has a Snapdragon 810 with 3GB or 4GB of RAM (more on that later), which w...
The OnePlus 2 has finally been announced, will have a 5.5-inch 1080p display and cost at minimum $329 for 16GB of storage and 3GB of RAM.
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HTC One M9 on T-Mobile updated to 2.7.531.6, Android 5.1 - T-Mobile users who happen to have the HTC One M9 on T-Mobile – hit that update button! The device is getting a software update to Android 5.1, and HTC software version 2.7.531.6. Here’s the official changelog: New features Android 5.1 Anti-theft Google Wallet Improvements Battery improvements This update to Android 5.1 comes after the unlocked HTC One M9, the developer edition of the M9, and the AT&T version have also been updated. ...
T-Mobile users who happen to have the HTC One M9 on T-Mobile – hit that update button! The device is getting a software update to Android 5.1, and HTC software version 2.7.531.6. Here’s the official changelog: New features Android 5.1 Anti-theft Google Wallet Improvements Battery improvements This update to Android 5.1 comes after the unlocked HTC [&hellip
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HTC updates Camera app and brings back Zoe mode for HTC One M8
If you’re rocking the previous-gen HTC One M8, and you missed Zoe mode, you’re in luck – just head to the Play Store to update your HTC Camera app, and Zoe should be back right where you’re used to seeing it! Here’s the complete (short) changelog: Zoe camera mode is back for the HTC One [&hellip
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Deal alert: Discounted Chromecasts and free movie rentals are available now from Google
Google is celebrating the Chromecast’s second birthday today by giving away a free movie rental from Google Play to anyone who has a Chromecast – and according to some reports, to anyone who has an Android TV device, as well. To redeem this offer, make sure your Chromecast is powered on., and then visit this site on [&hellip
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HTC Hot Deal discounts almost everything in its store, up to 50% off
HTC Hot Deals is back in force today, with almost everything in the HTC store heavily discounted – in some cases, up to 50% off. Here are some highlights: The HTC RE camera is 50% off ($99.50) The Google Nexus 9 by HTC is 40% off ($239.40 for the 16GB WiFi only version, and $287.40 [&hellip
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Flaw in Android MMS allows attacker full access - It’s been a bad couple of months in text messaging flaws, starting with Apple and the kill text, and now the announcement of an Android MMS exploit that gives full access to an attacker – that Google became aware of in April. The exploit comes as an MMS video. If you use Hangouts you’ll be exploited immediately, and if you use the default messaging client you’ll be attacked when you check the message. They’re pretty vague on the exact steps ...
You've read it before, here're fixes both your carrier and you can do without waiting on the mfg to fix the SMS exploit flaw in Android.
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The next T-Mobile Uncarrier Amped announcement is coming tomorrow
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Choetech 15,600mAh Quick Charge 2.0 portable charger review - Choetech has released a 15,600mAh portable power bank with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 output and input. This means you can charge your devices at up to 2.4amps, but you can also recharge the massive power brick in under eight hours. It has dual USB output, one Quick Charge 2.0 capable of delivering 2.4amps, the other is a standard 1amp universal, which is kind of sad as this limits the battery pack to 3.4amp total output and only ...
The Choetech 15,600mAh QC2.0 power bank contains dual USB outputs, one is a Quick Charge 2.0 at 2.4amps, the other a USB at 1.0. It also has dual inputs.
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Deal alert: Google discounts 22 games to under a buck - Chromecasts and movie rentals aren’t the only thing Google is discounting today – it’s actually having a pretty decent summer sale, with a variety of titles available for up to 90% off. Here is the full list, with prices ranging from a dime to $0.99, in case any titles stick out at you: Ducktales: Remastered for $0.99 Fotonica for $0.89 The Dark Knight Rises for $0.60 Age of Zombies for $0.10 Hitman Go for $0.75 Botanicula for $0.95 To...
Chromecasts and movie rentals aren’t the only thing Google is discounting today – it’s actually having a pretty decent summer sale, with a variety of titles available for up to 90% off. Here is the full list, with prices ranging from a dime to $0.99, in case any titles stick out at you: Ducktales: Remastered [&hellip
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iClever IC-F33 Bluetooth FM Transmitter review - The iClever IC-F33 Bluetooth FM Transmitter is a device that allows you to broadcast to a car radio from your connected mobile devices while simultaneously charging a connected device. Assuming you have things set up correctly you can start your jam in the living room, walk out to the car and have it continue on your car stereo without touching a thing (as long as you have Bluetooth auto connecting to the IC-F33 base when it powers on). Conne...
Paul's review of the iClever IC-F33 Bluetooth FM Transmitter. TL;DR it's good, too pricey, takes up a lot of space and the USB charger is only 1amp
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Pocketables is a US-based online tech magazine that brings news, insights, opinions, and comprehensive reviews on various mobile computing devices, portable technology, and related topics to a global audience. We focus on devices that fit into pockets of all sizes, from jeans and jackets to backpacks and purses. The gadget experts that comprise our staff produce high quality articles and original features colored with real-life use of products over weeks and months, not first-impression opinions formed within hours or days.

Pocketables was founded by Jenn K. Lee in 2006 and acquired by CrowdGather in 2011. Three of CrowdGather’s other tech properties—Good and EVO, Nothing But Tablets, and StreakSmart—were merged to become part of the site in 2012.