Google Calendar. From keeping appointments humming along to scheduling calls, Calendar can be a godsend — if you use it. Some don’t, and that has a lot to do with Google’s version being clunky and hard to manage. Rather than use it as your back end solution for your calendar needs, Google has brought new features to the forefront designed to keep you on track and focussed.
Amazon is once again talking record sales for the Kindle family of devices. Coming as the first in a pair of announcements, Amazon has said this "holiday shopping weekend was the best ever for Kindle." And amongst the Kindle family, the Kindle Fire HDX 7 and Kindle Fire HD topped the list.
metal frame, 16MP rear-facing camera and even a 4000 mAh battery. And as of today, a GFX Bench filing has been spotted for the SM-G900S, a device that is believed to be the Galaxy S5.
Google Drive storage, and cloud storage in general. But as of today, it looks like Amazon has thrown down some details on a similar offer. The Amazon offer is for Cloud Drive storage space. Specifically, 50GB of free Cloud Drive storage for those who purchase any of the select smartphones included with the offer.
Motorola, however sources are suggesting US Cellular Moto X users will have an update coming today. And just to clarify, this is the Android 4.4 Kit Kat update. Assuming the update rolls out as expected, that means US Cellular users would join a group that also includes AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. But again, this all goes back to an earlier promise from Motorola about how Kit Kat would arrive for all Moto X users within the next few weeks.
YotaPhone will debut first in Russia and parts of Europe and the Middle East before going to the world next year.
Samsung might be aggressive and passionate about its marketing efforts, but the people it employs might not be as single-minded about it. In a rather silly but not unheard of goof up, football legend Franz Beckenbauer was discovered to have tweeted about the company's recent viral marketing campaign using none other than his iPhone.
Samsung, whose top tier smartphones are slowly creeping up to that mark, might just have a solution.