Flipboard 2.0 was announced back at the end of March and to the disappointment of Android users, it was initially available only for iOS users. Android users were further teased at the end of April when Flipboard shared details about how well they were doing since the 2.0 app update. At that time they were talking about the record growth, however they did offer a bit of teasing for Android users saying Flipboard 2.0 would be available "very soon."
Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab 3 a short while back and as of today, it looks like the FCC filing has been discovered. Given we have already seen the announcement, there isn't much new in terms of surprises here. Basically, this filing is showing the Galaxy Tab 3 as being a 7-inch tablet with WiFi for connectivity.
last Falcon Pro update, however as of this morning, another has appeared in the Google Play Store. This update has the app jumping up to version 1.9 and along with the new numbers comes some new features and some new options for customization. Otherwise, the app remains priced at $1.96, however as one would expect -- those who have preciously downloaded Falcon Pro will get the update for free.
Google I/O is quickly approaching. The conference is set to kick off on May 15th and as such, the updated Google I/O mobile app has appeared in the Google Play Store. The app is called Google I/O 2013 and it brings along some new features for those who will be in attendance as well one nice feature for those who will be following along off-site.
GALAXY S 4 smartphone, and as a result we've been getting a slew of quick bug fixing updates. Yesterday both T-Mobile and AT&T announced the GALAXY S 4 was getting an update soon, and today US Cellular confirmed the same will happen for theirs on May 10th. Below you'll find the changelog and details.
Google is on a roll, and today they've issued a quick update to one of their most amazing applications. That being Google Earth. While we've already had Street View in Google Maps, you'll now be able to explore the streets all across the world in Google Earth. Try going to the streets of Italy, it's a blast. That isn't all either so read on past the break.