Ouya or Gamestick are fun, but tie us to the living room. NVIDIA's Shield is great, but a touch bulky, and best used as a secondary device.
Play Store was a source for content, as we could readily purchase shows, starting at $2.99. Starting today, the UK Play Store will also have HBO content, with no interruption on availability.
back in July. And just yesterday the follow-up news arrived -- VSCO Cam was going to be available in the Google Play Store as of today, December 3rd. Well, the app arrived on-time and as expected in terms of features, so we moved forward with a download and began playing. Read on for some thoughts after a few hours spent playing with the latest Android camera app.
has seen a massive update. The changes are big, and impressive, altering just about everything about Field Trip. We’ll now enjoy a smoother experience through the app, and easier discoverability of places to visit.
earnings for the month of November, and things are looking up. They generated $523 million in revenue, up from $507 million for last month. That’s a 3% bump, and brings their total annual earnings to $6.45 billion.
same-day delivery program back in mid-October. And while we have since seen that program expand to some additional markets, it had remained available as a pilot program. Well, flashing forward till the present day and it appears Verizon Wireless has removed the pilot/beta labeling.
Compute Engine is ready for prime time. The service is meant to allow hosting of virtual machines with Google’s impressive uptime statistics and support. Currently, any Linux VM can be run using Google’s platform where previously only Debian and Centos were available.
HTC One, we fell in love with metal devices. Sleek, modern, and easily mass produced, the unibody design had many wondering just who would step up and bring another metal device to Android. As it turns out, it just might be Samsung.
we’ve seen KitKat’s newest version before, we’re now seeing the newest version of Android on a few more devices. Unfortunately, we’re not seeing it on enough devices to get excited about the effect it could have.