Twitter client than the stock option, Robird is one of our favorite and today they've just added a few nice additions. Twitter has done a good job with their official app, but many still return to Carbon, Falcon Pro, or others, and you should check out Robird.
Author: Cory Gunther
Amazon have been on a roll this week with exciting news and announcements. From an all-new Kindle Fire HDX in 7 and 8.9-inch variants, to a super budget $139 original Fire HD. Today though, they've decided those who currently enjoy a Fire HD need some games for the weekend. As a result we have 6 fun brain teasers that are all on sale for free, but it's today only.
Netflix launched a test program for their new "Super HD" video streaming for many regions, which is a new low-compression 1080p stream, and this week they've officially launched it for all subscribers. With less compression we get better quality streams. It's still 1080p, but it should look better. Now we're hoping for something similar for Android.
HTC One Max phablet has surfaced yet again this morning in another round of images as it passes through China's version of the FCC. At this point we've seen plenty of it and just want to know when HTC plans to unveil the smartphone. Yesterday we heard an October 17th release date, but other sources have something a bit sooner on the calendar.
flexible and unbreakable displays in our smartphones, but everything we've seen thus far have only been prototypes. Samsung looks to change all that and have confirmed we'll see their first (of many) flexible AMOLED display device next month in Korea. LG is also in the mix, but more interesting is the work being done at UCLA on the technology.
Amazon announced their new Kindle Fire HDX tablets, delivering all their content and "customers also bought" suggestions right to you in a brand new and sleek device. The X in the name is for the display, which got a huge boost, but that isn't all they've done with their slate. We'll be pitting it against Google's Nexus 7 below, just in case you're weighing a purchase decision.
Google's latest and greatest creation and passion project, Google Glass, we have some excellent news this afternoon. Today they've announced that their Glass wearable gadget will be hitting the road, and soon you'll be able to try them yourself. Well, as long as the Glass tour bus stops at a city near you.
Samsung has been excellent in the past and HTC is looking to improve in that area, but latest reports are showing Sammy taking their time on the 4.3 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy S III and Note II.
BlackBerry. That being the company was destined to fail and was letting go of roughly 4,500 employees and moving strictly to the enterprise markets. They are in rough shape. And now Google and Motorola announced they'll be opening a new office in Waterloo, Canada. Could they be going after some now unemployed BlackBerry staff?
@Google Twitter account, or their comments over on Google+, the company is proud to be celebrating the 15th birthday of Google Search. The company has come a long way from operating in a small room, to being the giant powerhouse it is today. Along with some bragging rights we're also getting some new features which we'll talk about after the break.