Mobile ESPN Launches Ace In Time for Wimbledon
Jun 28, 2006, 4:36 PM by (staff)
Mobile ESPN today launched its second handset, a Samsung A900, rebranded as the Ace. The Ace has still has all the same features as the A900: EV-DO high speed data, QVGA screen, Bluetooth, 1.3 Megapixel camera, and media player all in a slim magnesium clamshell. The ESPN version features the Mobile ESPN software and a shortcut key to launch it. Like its predecessor, it features red accents in place of the silver ones on Sprint's version. The Ace is available for $99 with a contract. The MVP phone has now been reduced to $29 with a contract and is free after a rebate.
HTC 10 Re-Focuses On the Camera and BoomSound
HTC today announced the 10, its flagship handset for 2016. This Android phone carries forward an aluminum design, for which HTC has become known, and makes big improvements to the camera, software, and other core features.
FitBit Steps Up Its Smartwatch Game with Versa and Ace
FitBit today announce a range of new wearables, including a new smartwatch and a new fitness tracker specifically for children. The Versa is a smartwatch aimed at the masses thanks to its $200 price point and solid list of features.
Video Now Playing On Spotify's Android App
Spotify has launched video content in its Android app. Users can now browse through video and audio clips from a wide variety of content providers, such as ABC News, Comedy Central, and ESPN.
ESPN Pulls Content from YouTube
ESPN today said it has removed all its content from YouTube following the announcement of YouTube Red, a for-pay subscription service that allows ad-free viewing. ESPN's YouTube channel is now devoid of videos.
Mobile ESPN announces New phone, better deals
Is ANYONE BUYING THIS SERVICE??
anyway whats the website
Anyone else seen the A900 in other colors?
Depending on the red they use, it could look kinda cool.