Author Archives: Robert Nelson


Google Glass XE17.3 update detailed ahead of release

If you are a Glass user looking at XE17.2 you are currently up to date in terms of the software. But while that is the case at this very moment -- it seems Google may not be all that far from rolling out XE17.3. Yes, another in the quick series of updates that Glass users have seen after moving on from XE12.

Google gives developers more stats in latest Play Games Services update

Google added new game statistics (for developers) back in March. Essentially, this meant game developers (on Android, iOS and the web) were able to get access to certain stats provided they implemented Google Play Games. Well, flash forward till the present day and it looks like Google will be offering developers a bit more insight.

Google Glass DVF | Made for Glass collection unveiled

Google Glass users will soon have more options to choose from in terms of shades and frames. These new additions will be a part of the DVF | Made for Glass collection, which includes eight new shades and five new frames. We've yet to see anything regarding pricing, however Google has said the DVF | Made for Glass collection will be available from June 23rd.

Fitbit app update brings new dashboard design

The latest update for the Fitbit app has landed in the Play Store. There isn't a huge list of new features (or new device support) this time around, however this is an update that current users will notice immediately. Simply put -- Fitbit has rolled out a new design for the dashboard.

Dell Venue 7 and 8 unveiled with Intel Merrifield and Kit Kat

Dell has unveiled a pair of Android tablets this morning. The new models are the Venue 7 and Venue 8 which are, as the names would suggest -- 7 and 8-inch tablets. The former is HD at 1280 x 800 and the latter is Full HD at 1920 x 1200. Both will be launching with Kit Kat and powered by the Intel Merrifield platform.

Pushbullet launches Play Store beta program

Pushbullet has become the latest to launch a Play Store beta program. Simply put, this means you can now sign up (through Google+) and begin getting access to upcoming beta releases of the Pushbullet app. This could mean the occasional bug, but it also means you'll be getting an early look at new features.