new line of business cards that come with NFC capabilities, meaning that you can transfer information that's on a business card to an NFC-enabled smartphone like the Galaxy S III.
Monthly Archive: May 2013
Google Maps in favor of their own mapping solution in order to bring features like turn-by-turn navigation and 3D flyover to its users. The result didn't turn out so well, and the company has received a lot of backlash from its users. Apple CEO Tim Cook has addressed these issues and apologized today for all the problems.
Samsung? I know they've been overloading the market as of late but this time around it's all about the music. This is certainly no flagship or top-tier smartphone, and will instead be a budget aimed device -- probably for teens wanting to have some exceptional audio quality from their smartphone. Lets take a look at the leaked details below.
Jelly Bean to their popular quad-core Tegra 3 powered Iconia Tab A700. The update is available right now.
Google has released a new app in partner with NianticLabs that is called "Field Trip" to be your virtual tour guide. The folks from Google simply explain it as, “your guide to the cool, hidden, and unique things in the world around you.” Lets check out their video below.
AMOLED touch screens might be the next big thing in smartphone technology, but sadly, it looks like we'll be waiting a bit longer for their arrival. Samsung is reportedly delaying the production of its flexible AMOLED screens due to issues with yields. Since Samsung has been aggressively pursuing these new screens, it stands to reason that we won't see these flexible screens featured in smartphones until Samsung can sort out its production issues.
Play Store passing the 25 billion apps downloaded milestone earlier this week, they're offering tons of the most popular apps and games all for just a quarter. Yesterday we showed you a list of plenty of popular apps, although the offers weren't that great. Today however they're all looking much better.
ASUS Transformer tablet owners this afternoon. Just as we mentioned yesterday, ASUS has started rolling out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the Transformer Prime earlier than their "within 72 hours" prediction. It's hitting tablets as we speak and brings that awesome Google Now voice search and more to the tablet. Sadly the Infinity TF700 isn't so lucky.
Just as the prophecies foretold, Bad Piggies is now available on the Google Play Store. The latest game from Rovio gives a new spin on the mind-numbingly popular Angry Birds series, letting players take on the role of the bad guys this time around. Instead of playing as the birds and taking back your stolen eggs from some very stupid pigs, you'll be playing as the pigs, stealing as many eggs as you can while you make your way through 60 different levels.
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt just reminded us of that. He was recently spotted performing the dance that has taken the world by storm, Gangnam Style. No, we're not kidding.