Sony Xperia Z1 smartphone has only been available for a few days in select countries, but we're already starting to see reports of it receiving a quick software update. While we wait for some sort of US carrier announcement, others will be happy to know Sony looks to be on the ball with software updates and bug fixes.
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right on the home button. For whatever reason they felt the need to put it there, and all over the back of the device, and as expected many users weren't too pleased. Well, the Galaxy Note 3 has escaped this issue, and it didn't get the same brutal treatment.
SoundHound, which answers questions such as, "who sings this song?" has updated their Android app this week with a much requested feature. Today the company has delivered full cloud support, so users can sync and access tracked and tagged music across all their devices.
KitKat is coming, and coming soon. While we all sit here and patiently await more details from the folks at Google, others are looking around for any sort of indication that a final build is coming soon. Well, today's latest news comes from the Chromium Bug Tracker, which spotted a build of KitKat from just last week.
NFL, we have a brand new game on Android worth sharing. It's called NFL Runner: Football Dash, and is essentially a watered down version of Temple Run that's been replaced with NFL players. It's quite fun and officially licensed too.
Google changed the name of the next version of Android to KitKat, and launched a full fledged KitKat campaign with chocolate galore. While we're all waiting for an announcement from Google, a few eagle-eyed fans at AndroidPolice stumbled on some new Google Keyboard screenshots (from Google themselves) in the Play Store potentially showing us Android 4.4 KitKat.
Moto X smartphone, we have some accessories finally available to accompany your new custom device. Back in August both docks hit the Moto website, but shortly were removed and no longer available. However, today they're in stock and can be yours starting at $39.95, although they won't come in fancy colors like the phone.
NFL fan we have some excellent news for you this afternoon. The folks from EA Sports have surprised us all and released Madden NFL 25 for Android to the Google Play Store, and it's completely free. Watch out for the Madden curse and make sure you have enough space for this 1.08GB download, then read on for more details.
Gameloft or Zombie Gunship aren't your type of fun, we have another excellent title to talk about today. The great folks over at SEGA have just released Sonic & SEGA All-Star Racing to the Google Play Store for nearly all of our Android devices. Yes! It isn't quite Mario Kart, but it will have to do.
Ubuntu Edge smartphone plan and kickstarter didn't last, their plan to merge our smartphones and desktops onto one OS did, and Ubuntu Touch is set to launch in exactly one month. Canonical has confirmed the launch date for their new Touch OS is in exactly one month, and will be free starting October 17th.