Sony has a few leaks somewhere. Details surrounding their latest and greatest smartphones, tablets, and even Lens cameras all seem to leak well ahead of the announcements. Whether these are controlled or not, Sony has just issued some new rules at their HQ aiming to curb and dry up these leaks.
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announced that their new game Total Conquest was coming to Android and iOS later this month. Today though it appears that the day is now, because it's available as we speak on the Google Play Store. Check out their launch video with more details below.
Android 5.0 concept images by some creative Android lovers before 4.4 KitKat was official, but today we have something even better. A stunning and impressive video has just appeared with a better sense of design and direction in line with Google, and Google Now, and it has us pretty excited. Even if it's only a fake fan-made concept video.
Google has changed up their usual black navigation bar on their homepage, and replaced it with a brand new Android-style app launcher. The horizontal black bar for navigation to Search, Images, Maps, Gmail, Play, YouTube and more have all been moved to an app launcher menu. Blending the lines between Android and desktop even more.
declined to renew a copyright-law exemption that saw the legalization of cellphone unlocking. This isn't rooting or bootloaders, but carrier unlocking smartphones to be used on other networks, or while abroad. You might remember the petitions that made the White House issue a statement, and now they're at it again.
LG Nexus 5 have been pretty high, and they won't be slowing down until Google makes this device official. Late last week news broke about an October 14th reveal for the Nexus phone and Android 4.4 KitKat, and today we're getting a similar report from the somewhat accurate DigiTimes.
AT&T are looking to sell roughly 10,000 cell towers to the tune of around $5 billion. At least according to some new details from Bloomberg.
Verizon wasn't letting users activate and use the new Google Nexus 7 tablet on their network. Instantly many were fired up and getting out the pitchforks, but it sounds like it wasn't all their fault. Their usual 4G LTE certification process is in the final stages, and once complete, the Nexus 7 will be all set to rock out with Verizon LTE speeds.
leaked images earlier this month seem to suggest they're doing exactly that. Fast forward to today and we're seeing a similar device pass Bluetooth certification, which means we could be learning more about Samsung's tablet or Note aspirations sooner than we thought.