Author Archives: Juan Carlos Torres


LG G Pad 8.0 gets an LTE makeover

Trying to make headway in markets that tote LTE connectivity in every street and corner, LG is announcing a new LTE variant of the middle child of its new G Pad series. This G Pad 8.0 still carries the same goodness, or maybe lack thereof, of its vanilla counterpart, except now your Internet connection won't have to go away even if your WiFi does.

Paranoid Android 4.5 Beta 2 gives Recents a bit more polish

You can really tell how dedicated (or alternatively, obsessed) developers are with a feature when releases are dedicated mainly to the improvement of a single, but arguably major, feature. Inching ever closer, hopefully, to a final release, the Paranoid Android team has released Beta number 2 of version 4.5 with, you guessed it, another round of changes to the redesigned Recents view.

Motorola Shamu benchmarks hint at a drool-worthy Nexus 6

We're back trying to figure out Google's next move when it comes to its Nexus device line. While the jury is still out on who will be bequeathed the privilege of making what people are calling the Nexus 6, one of the top contenders is Motorola, and this latest benchmarks of a certain "Shamu" device, believed to be the Nexus 6, is trying to tell us that the former Google-owned company might have something to show indeed.

Dragon Quest IV is here and unsurprisingly expensive

Another classic JRPG title is hitting Android to entertain old and new generations of gamers. However, as Dragon Quest IV is yet another Square Enix distributed game, more veteran Android gamers will know what to expect when it comes to the price tag. Given this game's pedigree and features, it might be a price well worth paying.

Android L smartphones to get multi-user support

Google will soon be rolling out one long-awaited administration feature to smartphones, most likely together with Android L. Quickly responding to and closing a recently filed bug report, Google has confirmed that the ability to support more than one user on a phone type device has already been implemented and will be included in the next public build of Android.

Angry Birds Stella trailer released, coming September 4

Like it or not, another Angry Birds game is coming to town. This time with the promise of more identifiable characters, more cross-merchandising, and more stuff to spend money on. Angry Birds Stella will take you to the heights of Golden Island as you take Stella and her brave, or crazy, avian friends to battle against former friend and now mortal enemy Gale, a.k.a. bad princess, and her horde of, well, green pigs.

Neptune Pine “smartwatch” ships to backers, gets rooted

Proving that Kickstarter dreams do come true, the Neptune Pine smartwatch, if you can really call it that, is now landing in some backers' hands. Or in this case, wrists. Now all that's left is to see whether this smartphone-on-you-wrist will be able to deliver all, if not most, of its promises to make wearing this really big removable smartwatch well worth your while.
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