developers updated their popular MLB.com at Bat app for Android in time for the 2013 season, and today we have even better news. While their app is much better than previous years, it's the new partnership that will get you excited. T-Mobile customers will be happy to learn they'll be able to stream the Game of the Day, each day, for free.
Author: Cory Gunther
coming soon" regarding an Android version, but now they're adding more features to their current app while they continue to shun Android users.
Google Ventures, Samsung, Intel and more. While the latter two are the latest to join the list of financial backers, Google's been a part of the start-up for some time. Who's ready for the fear mongers to come out and talk about eavesdropping? The company is called Expect Labs and we have more details below.
Google Glass news that will surely be arriving daily as we round out the next few weeks and head to Google I/O May 15-17th. We're expecting big things from Google at the event, and today we've just got our first official how-to video of Glass from Google themselves. Can you say Minority Report?
Galaxy Tab 3, but that isn't all we can expect to hit the shelves later this year. Apparently the not too popular Galaxy Player series will be getting revamped. Hopefully this time they have some better specs to compete more directly with the iPod Touch.
OPPO recently released this 5-inch powerhouse smartphone with top-tier specs in China, and we decided to give it a look. Complete with a 5-inch 1920 x 1080p full HD display and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The OPPO Find 5 has a bright future, so lets take a peek below.
Google Now, only the assistant and smart feature made its way to Apple and iOS. To be correct, Google Now didn't go to iOS. Instead, Google Search was updated with Now features being added in. This is basically a PSA telling you all to remain calm, Google's still saving the best for Android.
HTC's new One smartphone started shipping, and now we have full access to the developer RUU for the U.S. based HTC One. This means for the thousands of developers out there looking to dive into the handset, you'll be able to do so with complete ease.
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.
Galaxy S 4 and its bootloader is locked down tight. Thanks AT&T for making developers and modders instantly choose a different carrier.