Police in the UK are engaged in ongoing talks to persuade phone companies to make PIN codes mandatory on all new mobiles, forcing buyers to turn them off rather than on. It's hoped this will increase adoption, and lower phone theft.
Snapchat looks to be on the way to monetizing its service, with a report Tuesday claiming the startup is currently in talks with advertisers and media firms with a view to introducing ads, videos and news.
Verizon quietly revealed a new $60 individual plan, which includes unlimited talk and text with 2GB of data. Big Red also announced a promotion that throws in an extra GB of data for those who buy new More Everything plans.
Roku is dropping its first Roku TVs from TCL and Hisense soon, with pricing for the TCL models announced today. The TVs will start at a ridiculously low $330 for the 32-inch model, moving up to $650 for the largest 55-inch display.
With Sprint announcing several objectives it wants to accomplish, a new report reveals that the nation's third largest carrier will unveil new wireless plans as soon as next week. The new plans might include a $50 unlimited everything plan.
LG's proud of its work on the new Android user interface introduced with the G3, and has confirmed it will be using the same software on its low and mid-range smartphones and tablets introduced this year.
If you wasted days of your life on Flappy Bird earlier this year, then beware. The game's developer, who killed off his creation because its popularity ruined his life, is about to launch his follow-up effort: Swing Copters.