eBay and Red Pocket Mobile announce wireless partnership
For an upfront annual fee of $199, the Red Pocket plan on eBay includes a monthly allotment of 1,000 minutes, 1,000 text messages and 1,000 MB of data every month for twelve months. For $30 more, the “Gold” plan features unlimited text messages for the entire year. If needed, additional minute and data upgrades start at just $10.
Currently, Google Photos has some very basic trim functionality for video, but nothing as robust as the apps Fly Labs created for the iPhone and iPad (see above video). Speaking of iOS, Fly Labs’ apps are now completely free with no in-app purchases. The apps will remain on the App Store for another 3 months and although no future app updates will be given, apps downloaded to your device will remain there. So, if you have an iPad laying around, or know someone who is using an iOS device, tell them to get on it.
My trip last week to Tobago in the West Indies presented by Google Photos.
I have a video in the Photos link I took of a steel band practicing in Scarborough and would of loved to use the soundtrack as the background music to a video I just did in the Magisto application. Hopefully this new update with Google photos will allow me to do this.
T-Mobile executives on Tuesday said the carrier’s 4G LTE service is available to more than 300 million people across the US, roughly the same number of people who can access AT&T and Verizon’s high-speed networks. T-Mobile said it’s also on track to add 1 million new square miles of LTE coverage to its network, which means customers will be seeing a T-Mobile signal in places they’ve never seen one before, such as Missoula, Montana, and parts of North and South Dakota.