The small-medium business retail experience is primed for disruption. Thirdshelf wants to be there with iPads, iBeacons and smartphone integration
The trend of microbreweries making delicious small-batch craft beers has spawned a series of imitators. With the recent consolidation of the beer industry into four main camps — Anheuser-Busch InBev, SABMiller, Heineken Group, and Carlsberg — it’s sometimes hard to tell which “small batch” brew is in fact owned by a multi-billion dollar multinational. Craft Check, an app recently released for iOS, aims to solve that problem with your smartphone’s camera and an extensive database of which beers are made by which company
HTC is poised to officially unveil their next flagship smartphone on March 25th. This currently goes by the codename of the “M8″ and the go-to-market name is expected to be “The All New HTC One.” A plethora of specs, pictures and videos have surfaced online and the main attribute is the dual cameras. Other rumoured specs of the all-aluminum device are said to include a 5-inch 1080p display, run KitKat with Sense 6.0 and pack a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.
The details are limited, but according to an internal doc we received shows Bell preparing to launch “a new suite of Voice & Data rate plans.” These will go place on March 14th and will see the plans start as low as $40, then rises depending on the Lite plans (starting at $50) and Plus plans (start at $60). “Stay tuned for more details.” (Thanks tipster!)
Angry Birds, Angry Birds Star Wars, Angry Birds Space, Angry Birds Rio, Angry Birds Go and Bad Piggies are just a few of the titles that fall under Rovio’s Angry Birds franchise.
If you browse an online phone accessory store, youl likely be amazed at the large selection of Galaxy S5 cases. Your top choices will depend on what type of style you like best and what type of convenient features the case offers. Due to the large number of suppliers of Galaxy S5 cases, youl have [...]
Oh, wicked is the scourge of geographic restrictions! Samsung has debuted a free and unlimited streaming service for its range of high-end Galaxy devices today, but it’s only available in the United States. The Slacker-powered service has a beautiful, very un-Samsung interface, and allows fine-tuning one of 200 stations. The full feature list is below, but it’s not going do much good; even though Slacker itself is available in Canada, and provides ad-supported free listening (or $3.99/month ad-free listening), Milk Music, the strange name of Samsung’s whitelabel equivalent, will likely never be available here.
Pebble announced today that its appstore is now available on Android devices, ending a long beta period that resolved many of the bugs users were experiencing with previous versions.
TELUS, along with 10 other Canadian carriers , will be releasing the Samsung Galaxy S5 in April — probably April 11th. Pre-registrations , which is basically dropping down your email address to be kept informed of the launch, went live back on February 24th. We have now been informed that the release is near and TELUS will be going live with Galaxy S5 pre-orders “at the end of the month.” According to an email we received from TELUS it states the carrier is “targeting” the 2-year contract price of the GS5 to be $249.