Kickstarter. The funding process closed on February 1, 2013 after having raised $647,658 towards a goal of just $100,000. From this, the GameStick had 5,691 backers that had originally been expecting their consoles to ship this month.
Monthly Archive: December 2013
Google Glass? We need a pair first, then hopefully we'll be doing just that. It isn't the biggest news in the world but it appears that the folks from Twitter are indeed building a native Twitter app specifically for Google Glass. They want you sharing all that first-person content and photos as fast as humanly possible, so this makes perfect sense.
4G LTE expansion news coming from AT&T lately. We have seen several announcements this month alone and as of today we have word of expanded coverage across ten states. This latest LTE expansion includes coverage for those in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Washington.
Galaxy S 4 and its bootloader is locked down tight. Thanks AT&T for making developers and modders instantly choose a different carrier.
BlackBerry, formerly RIM, about the current and future state of tablets. To quickly sum it up, Thorsten Heins just doesn't really like tablets. Which was pretty evident with their attempts at the segment with the PlayBook piggybacking off of Android. However, he goes on to talk about all tablets in general, and their future.
Parrot launched their ASTEROID line of devices back in March. This device lineup consists of the Smart, Tablet and Mini -- all of which have access to the Parrot ASTEROID Market. Before anyone shifts focus thinking this is yet another market to download Android apps, the ASTEROID market does have one unique factor going for it. This market brings a focus on apps that are designed for use while in the car.
LG Revolution with Verizon Wireless have an update on the way. This may not be the most exciting of updates, however it does bring one item that we suspect most users will be happy to see. Not to mention, it also removes some of the bloatware that was originally pre-installed. With that in mind, lets get into what Revolution users can expect to see.
OUYA had more than 10,000 confirmed developers. And while that number sounds impressive and could ultimately bring good things for OUYA users, it is hard to deny that specific developers can bring a bit of excitement on their own. Enter the latest news from OUYA, who have come forward with details of a new and exclusive title that is in the works.
Acer has the Iconia B1 tablet, however it looks like they may soon be releasing the Iconia A1. We have yet to see an official announcement from Acer on the Iconia A1, however a recent leak is offering a look at the specs and pricing. Looking back, the Iconia B1 was introduced in January during CES and was touted as having a price point of less than $150.
HTC hasn't always been the most popular Android handset maker and while the One appears to holding its own, the same can't be said about a previous handset, the HTC Thunderbolt. Without getting into any specifics, it appears as if one HTC employee has recently taken to the web and offered an apology of sorts.