Galaxy Note 3 and new Galaxy Gear smartwatch are quickly approaching, and now we're starting to get a few more details on what we can expect. The watch will initially only be supported by the Note 3, which was a bad decision if you ask us, but we've now learned the Galaxy S4 is next in line.
Author: Cory Gunther
Nexus 7 with 4G LTE hasn't been the easiest tablet to get, but we are finally getting more good news. After initially being held back over a month while the WiFi only flavor shipped, Google finally unleashed the LTE model earlier this month. It quickly disappeared from the Play Store, then came back with T-Mobile and AT&T options, and now Best Buy will have them next.
HTC One Max sporting one on the back, to Apple announcing the iPhone 5s with a fingerprint scanner built into the home button, but now we're hearing a major Android player has no plans to offer that feature. At least not yet.
Google has been extremely busy updating nearly every major app of theirs for Android. This afternoon we reported on Google Hangouts, an improved card UI-style Gmail, and more, and now we've learned they have just pushed out updates for YouTube and Google Search. I don't know about you guys, but it sounds like they're getting everything ready for an announcement.
photography on our smartphones is low light situations and using the flash. Mainly because it sits right next to the shutter and usually washes out colors and ruins any decent shot. Even Apple's new iPhone 5s tried to combat this with two different flash colors to try and improve the situation. Today though we have a different approach from an Ex-Googler looking to provide a wireless off-camera flash for our smartphones.
announced they had finally launched their 400th 4G LTE market in the US, and today they have even more good news. They aren't showing any signs of slowing down, just like Verizon, and today have fired up another 8 cities with 4G LTE speeds and are on track to meet their goals.
LG and Verizon are issuing a quick software update out for the LG Lucid smartphone. A little after a year after its release the Lucid is getting a nice update today, although nothing major has been spotted. We won't be on a new version of Android, but the changelog below will detail all the minor adjustments.
Google has just confirmed this afternoon that they'll be issuing an update to Gmail starting today which should seriously improve the user interface. Cards everywhere seems to be their new design direction, as we're getting the same Card-based UI that was first introduced with Google Now, and eventually arrived for other Google apps.
Moto X over on T-Mobile received an update that dramatically improved the camera, as well as some of the hands-free controls, and now the customizable model on AT&T is reportedly getting it soon. As we've seen in the past, Motorola has just started sending soak test invites out for an update for the AT&T Moto X.