Monthly Archive: December 2013
Nitro HD. Hearing leaks about upcoming devices is nothing new especially with CES getting closer and closer. We've heard a few reports that Samsung will be pairing with Intel's new Android-aimed Medfield mobile processor but now it appears that the other Korean manufacturer LG is too -- or maybe it was them all along.
$2 convenience fee has caught the FCC's attention and they are now looking into the new plan and hopefully will report back.
HTCDev.com and are now truly free.
HTC EVO 3D. What we have for you today is really interesting though because it has some impressive specs on a full HD 8" 1280 x 800 resolution display all rocking glasses-free 3D. The downside is only Android 2.3 Gingerbread on board but I'm sure a few XDA developers could change that. Check out the full specs, pictures, and video below.
Tankbot. The tiny plastic robots can operate independently, or be directly controlled via your smartphone.
Sonic CD, now available in the Android Market for just three bucks. If one of the best classic Sonic games isn't enough for you, Sega's got some exciting news: the second installment of Sonic the Hedgehog 4 will be spin-dashing its way to Android in 2012. Even more exciting, it will be getting a special edition that takes advantage of Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 processor, putting the game in the same ballpark as its PC and console counterparts.
MOTOACTV leave you feeling exhausted? Turned off by the minimal style of the WIMM One? Can't stop laughing at the buzzword-laden I'm Watch? If you're looking for some more conventional wearable tech, you might want to give Casio's latest digital watches a try. TechCrunch reports that the G-Shock GB 6900 will come equiped with a low-power Bluetooth 4.0 module for connecting to your smartphone. The watch is designed to give you at-a-glance alterts for incoming calls, texts an emails, as well as automatic time syncing with the network clock on a connected smartphone.