Google tipped to be testing “local news cards” for Google Now

Google is reportedly busy experimenting with a new “hyper-local news card” that will make their already impressive Google Now service even better. As you all know, we're huge fans of Google Now, and this is just one more upcoming feature that will make it better than ever. Tips suggest their new local news card will search for and find location-specific information and deliver it right to the user, before they ask for it.

Photo sphere how to video released by Google

When Google announced their new Photo Sphere camera with Android Jelly Bean they didn't put a lot of details out in the wild, but lately they've been giving it plenty of attention. Photo Sphere photos received a major overhaul in Android 4.3 and the entire processes is better, faster, and stitching was also improved. Now today they've released a how to video so we can all make perfect photos.

AT&T continues the 4G LTE rollout with 10 new markets

The folks from AT&T have been touting that lightning fast 4G LTE network lately, and this morning they've confirmed another 10 markets and locations are getting the green light for faster speeds. After initially launching their 4G LTE network expansion later than Verizon, they've been pretty busy upgrading their coverage, and today's no different. We have the full list below.

US Airways app arrives for Android users

Android users have some convenience when it comes to flying with Google Now. But while Google Now provides quick and easy access to things like boarding passes, it certainly doesn't compete with full-featured apps direct from the airlines. In this case it looks like some good news has arrived for those who often travel with US Airways.

LG Optimus F3 release confirmed by T-Mobile

T-Mobile has announced the upcoming availability of the LG Optimus F3 smartphone. The handset will be available beginning on August 7th. Those looking towards the Optimus F3 will be able to grab it with T-Mobile's Simple Choice plans. Perhaps key for some, the handset will be available with no money down.

Pantech Discover getting Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean

AT&T launched the Pantech Discover back in January. The handset dropped as a budget-friendly device and while the specs were more than acceptable for the $50 purchase price, there was the bit about Ice Cream Sandwich that was hard to overlook. With Android updates always uncertain, we couldn't help wondering when or if the Discover would get an update.
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