Author Archives: Robert Nelson


Pressy plans to begin shipments later this month

There may be some good news for those who backed the Pressy Kickstarter project. According to the latest update -- shipments are expected to begin later this month. Specifically, the Pressy team said they are hopeful deliveries will begin on April 28th. Assuming that timeline holds then backers should begin receiving the gadget in May.

LG G3 spec leak tips 5.5-inch 2K display

Earlier rumors were suggesting the LG G3 may be announced in May. While we have yet to hear anything official from LG, we are getting closer to that potential timeframe and that means the rumors should begin picking up. There has been some earlier spec related rumors, but for now we are concentrating on this latest -- which suggests the G3 will have a 2K display.

Android Community Weekly Wrap-Up for April 12, 2014

We've had some slow weeks in terms of Android news lately, but things appear to be picking up. And naturally, as we move closer to Google I/O we expect this to continue. Samsung and HTC have both released their latest flagship devices, plus there are some others we are still waiting to see. There was also quite a bit of talk about Heartbleed this past week.

The Android Community Team: mixed opinions on utility apps

For this latest 'Android Community Team' post we are talking about apps that help you manage your device. This can include everything from tools that help you track battery life or manage your storage space. There are also the tools for remote tracking. But putting the examples aside for a moment; as you are about to see -- we actually have a pretty mixed opinion on using these tools. One of us avoids them, one of us regularly uses them, and one of us is sort of in the middle and may be headed to using them on a regular basic.

Samsung’s My Magazine still lacks Facebook support

Samsung's My Magazine is a setup similar to Flipboard. Samsung describes My Magazine as being the place to get "all of your updates into one easy-to-read location." Those updates are then rolled into a magazine-like format which should serve to improve the reading experience. But for many, the "all" may not really apply as My Magazine doesn't offer support for Facebook.