Gooooal! Boost Mobile offers live sports TV streaming for $10 a month

Boost Mobile will be launching a live TV streaming service aimed at soccer fans as an add-on to its monthly plans. The new platform will include streaming of major soccer events and regular games, as well as a number of other hispanic sports channels.


How to back up photos and videos to Google Photos

Is your smartphone packed to the brim with photos and videos? Here's how to ease the load and back up your Android or iOS smartphone to Google Photos.


NUCs are preparing to launch with Skylake, according to leaked Intel slides

A new leaked slide claims to have specific details on the release schedule for Intel's next line of portable NUC boxes. As expected, they'll include 6th-generation Intel Core processors with HD 6000 series graphics.


Samsung may launch a 5.5-inch Galaxy S6 Plus: Why?

Samsung may add yet another phone to its portfolio called the Galaxy S6 Plus. The S6 Plus would be a phablet-sized version of the regular Galaxy S6, and launch ahead of the famous Galaxy Note 5 phablet.


Canonical gives Ubuntu phones another shot with the Aquaris E5 HD Ubuntu Edition

Only four months after the release of the Aquaris E4.5 UE, the first Ubuntu phone, Canonical announced its successor, the E5 HD Ubuntu Edition. The successor looks to be improved in almost every way from its predecessor, and will be available soon.


Mitsuoka’s new Roadster is a stretched and lavished MX-5 for $82,615

Mitsuoka Motors has unveiled the Mitsuoka Roadster, a retro droptop based on the Mazda MX-5. The car shares its engine and transmission with the sporty Mazda, but features old school styling and a whole new attitude.


Watch the Koenigsegg One:1 casually set a new Suzuka Circuit lap record

Koenigsegg has posted a video of its One:1 hypercar setting an unofficial lap record at Japan’s Suzuka Circuit. The factory driver of the car claims that if the 1,341 horsepower car was optimized, it would have easily set a faster time.


Part-time GoPro: When the Flir FX isn't watching your home, it's watching your stunts

The Flir FX is the company’s first home-security camera, which doubles as an action cam and condenses hours of footage into digestible chunks with FBI-derived technology.

  • Pros: Very simple to set up , Intuitive, well designed app…
  • Cons: Cheap plastic body , Expensive subscription model , Extras…

Watch out, MINI, Fiat is preparing an Alfa Romeo-powered 500X tuned by Abarth

A spy video shot in Italy suggests Fiat is preparing an Abarth-tuned version of the 500X. The crossover could use the same 240-horsepower turbo four that currently powers Alfa's diminutive 4C.


Batteriser is a $2.50 gadget that extends disposable battery life by up to 800%

This slim metal sleeve is essentially a super-minimal voltage booster that slips onto a disposable battery, and extends its life up to a claimed 800 percent for batterie sizes AAA through D.

Cool Tech

New SoundCloud plans may remove ads … for a price

According to the terms of a leaked licensing contract, SoundCloud may be preparing to introduce premium, ad-free listening subscriptions. They may include a download component of some kind.


Chill out with Gravity Ghost on PS4

Ivy Games is bringing its relaxing puzzle-platformer Gravity Ghost to the PlayStation 4, and the new version of the game includes extra levels, a new playable character, and additional songs.


Sprint now lets prepaid users rollover 30GB of data with no expiration date

Sprint announced it will extend its rollover data to its prepaid customers through new prepaid plans while announcing prepaid customers can get pre-qualified for smartphone leases. However, there are some caveats to consider.