LeEcois on a roll, rolling out everything from cell phones to bicycles to cars. Can’t wait to see if I can get my hands and feet on one of thises bad boys.
LeEco, the Chinese company whose recent push into the U.S. has been met with excitement, trepidation and more than a little skepticism, is launching a pair of smart bicycles at CES 2017, powered by the company’s own Android 6.0-based BikeOS.
LeEco’s Android-powered smart road bike
Both the LeEco Smart Road Bike and Smart Mountain Bike are made of carbon fiber frames and single-chain designs, but the most interesting part — aside from the fact that they’re going to be sold in the U.S. later this year — is that they both have a built-in 4-inch touchscreen powered by what it essentially a small Android smartphone.
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Many people still buy their smartphones directly from a carrier with a service contract attached, but buying phones unlocked is growing in popularity. You’ll usually have to pay the full price upfront, but some companies even offer payment plans, so you can pay your phone off month by month. An unlocked phone can potentially be used on different networks, and that means you can switch carriers when you feel like it, simply by changing your SIM card. With an unlocked phone, you can also sell or trade up whenever you want, instead of having to wait for the end of your contract. Continue reading “The best unlocked phones you can buy | via Digital Trends”
Following a reveal during the “Hello Again” event in October, Mojang has now announced that Minecraft will officially launch today for the fourth-generation Apple TV. The exploration and crafting game is said to be “rolling out in all regions” throughout the day.
Continue reading “Minecraft Launches on Apple TV Today for $19.99 | via Mac Rumors”