The cloud Storage WAR is still ON... Today, Microsoft has decided to upgrade the FREE storage package for its OneDrive Cloud service to match what Google Drive is offering right now. Every OneDrive user will now get 15GB of Free Space (was 8GB before). Also if you want to buy additional space, it's now even more cheaper too.
For example, if you don't want to use Office 365, you can purchase 100GB for $1.99 per month or 200GB for $3.99 per month. The number for 100GB is down from $7.49 per month previously, and now matches Google's new pricing for this tier.
The pricing updates will take effect sometime within the next month, and current subscribers will automatically be migrated to the new structure.
Latest reports shows that Mozilla is working on a Firefox-OS-powered streaming stick. Mozilla aims to provide an alternative to the Google's Chromecast.
Gigaom have their hands on a prototype version and have shared their insights on what we can expect from the stick. The streaming stick doesn't have a name yet, which should hint that it's far away from reaching the market.
Interestingly enough, however, the Firefox OS streaming stick is capable of playing some Chromecast content. It is detected by the Android YouTube app as a Chromecast and plays video without breaking a sweat. Check out the Hands-on Video below.
T-Mobile and Sprint are one of the Major U.S. Carriers in the Mobile world. The deal would allegedly value T-Mobile around $30 billion ($31.3 billion to be precise), though an exact agreement hasn't been reached as to a number.
T-Mobile carries a little under $15 billion in debt and over $5 billion in cash, meaning Sprint's new parent firm Softbank will take on even more debt in an attempt to fortify a position against American wireless heavyweights AT&T and Verizon.
The deal would have to pass through the FTC and FCC before approval, hurdles that are by no means small when you're talking about an industry comprised of only four major national players across the whole of the US. Reducing that number to three could have repercussions that may not favor consumers or competition generally.
After revealing the LG G3, LG announced that its Display Firm (LG Display Limit.) will be showcasing a 6" QHD Display or Phablet Devices at San Diego's SID expo in June. The 6" QHD display has a density of 491 ppi, lower than the 5.5" LG G3's 534ppi, but still well above the entire 1080p smartphone gang.
The company also claims it is working on reducing the pixel size even more and that it is aiming to achieve 600 and even 700 ppi density in the near future. LG Display will put these 6" QHD panels into Mass Production very soon, so that LG and its partners (Samsung, Apple, Motorola.. etc) will be able to use it in their products this year.
Your WiFi Hotspot name says something about you... some people picked hilarious names for their WiFi Hotspots, Here's the Top 10, Enjoy!