Engadget from Three UK show the Samsung Galaxy Note III hitting the shelves on September 16th.
Monthly Archive: December 2013
Google Glass, things are only going to get more cluttered. With most major players all looking to get into the smartwatch game, a new patent from Motorola shows they might have some big plans for their upcoming watch. From dual-screens to gaze detection and more.
Google is doing a bit of summer cleaning on the Play Store, because today they've announced an End of Summer sale on music, books, games, and even a few apps. While most aren't all that exciting, like the 8 games in the Indie Mega Sale, the Google Music summer discount is pretty excellent and worth highlighting.
Samsung's annual Unpacked event is just days away, where the company and their CEO will take the stage to announce what's next from the company. We already know what to expect though. That being the Galaxy Note III and the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Well, today they're teasing "something new and groundbreaking" on Facebook, which we can only assume is the Galaxy Gear.
Nook Tablet and the original Kindle Fire. These were both originally released with a customized version of Android 2.3, however thanks to CyanogenMod they can be running Android 4.3.
Samsung, Apple, and Pebble have some serious competition that is already hard at work on a smartwatch. Who could that be? Google of course. We've heard reports of a Nexus smartwatch in the past, but this week details from Gigaom confirm that Google acquired WIMM Labs, who if you remember, released the Android-powered WIMM One smartwatch back in 2011. Yes, Google is hard at work, and have been for some time, on a smartwatch.
stream local channels that you would normally get at home. The perk is that you do not need any cable subscription, just an account with Aereo. The drawback here is that Aereo has yet to come available for Android.
Google and Microsoft teaming up certainly is an odd one, given all the trouble and past legal battles Microsoft has aimed at Google's Android, but it's for the greater good. This week we've learned that Google and Microsoft teamed up and have sued the US government. Taking on the feds directly in an attempt to have more freedom and transparency.
approaching for LG's latest flagship powerhouse smartphone, the LG G2, we've received an international version for some initial testing. That rear button sure is interesting, but we're comfortable with it already after only a few hours of use. While we're still waiting for US release date details, check out a few pictures and benchmark results below.
we reported on a few issues plaguing the new Google Nexus 7 tablet. The biggest issue is some users have been reporting screen glitches with multitouch. Pinch to zoom on maps, double taps on buttons when typing, and things of that nature. And now we're hearing Google's latest fix for said issue, could have actually made it worse for some.