Monthly Archive: December 2013
T-Mobile users this afternoon. Apparently the Galaxy S III is a hugely popular device (duh!) and they are selling more than they expected over at T-Mobile, and as a result have adjusted the release date into two phases. Only select popular markets will see the Galaxy S III available in-stores on June 21st, and the rest will have to wait until next week on the 27th.
Nexus Tablet. Today the folks from DigiTimes have released more details (rumors) claiming the device is actually shipping now, is ready to rock, and Google will in fact start selling it early next month.
Flipboard news app for Android. At a conference in London Google+ VP of product management Bradley Horowitz confirmed the move and said we can expect Google+ sharing integrated into Flipboard soon.
Project Glass augmented reality glasses. Remember when Larry Page snapped a photo and used a trackpad on the right side of the device to do some gestures, well today we've learned more on how this all could work. This week the US Patent and Trademark Office released details on some new patent they've granted regarding the trackpad.
Galaxy S III model once it was released, and now have made available the code for the US models over on AT&T and T-Mobile -- just days before the official release.
Project Majel -- and apparently the development has just been fast-tracked.
unofficial betas released too. Today however the folks from VideoLAN themselves have again confirmed it's coming soon.
NVIDIA Tegra 3 7-inch tablet made for kids! This tablet runs Android 4.0.4 with a custom user interface made by the folks at Fuhu, all of it directed at kids - complete with parent controls galore. This device also has a lovely red rubbery bumper which protects the device at all times. Does this look like the magic-maker for your kid at home?