For those of you looking to inject a little more juice into your Galaxy S4 or Galaxy S5, TYLT has announced a new promotion that knocks $25 off of its Energi Sliding Power Cases for the two devices. With the cases regularly priced at $80 for the S5 and $50 for the S4, this marks a fairly substantial discount.
This week we discuss what it does (and especially what it doesn’t mean) for Microsoft to have invested in Cyanogen, more folks have gotten Android 5.0 Lollipop on the HTC One M8, we’ve got new pictures of what the upcoming M9 might look like, we’ve got a Samsung Tizen phone in house, we wrap up our Nest series and launch into Android antivirus stuff — and we answer more of your questions live, without a net.
Friend of Deadspin Jeb Lund (also known as monstrous, deceased dictator Mobutu Sese Soko) published a column today under the headline "Screw the Super Bowl: The Big Lies of the Big Game" on Rolling Stone’s website. You can’t read it on RollingStone.com anymore, though, because it mysteriously disappeared shortly after publication.
Thank you for continued support of Deadspin. Actually, otters can scrap.
This little buddy’s name is Jeremy, and he’s a koala that got his paws all fucked up in a brush fire earlier this month. Luckily, he was scooped up by the Australian Marine Wildlife Research & Rescue Organization, and they put his little paws in some ointment and put some bandages on him and now he’s all better.
Justin Lagat, who lives in Kenya, in fact, is Kenyan, wrote a piece for RunBlogRun on the four ways in which Kenyans do their long runs. Since our very lean friends from the Rift Valley own distance running, this post, I thought, held great promise—secrets revealed, myths busted, the spleen-withering made easy!