Android users have a new version of the Dolphin browser to check out right now. If you are using a device running Android 5.0, this is the Dolphin version you want. Support for Android 5.0 is built into the latest version of Dolphin, version 11.3.
Panasonic has announced that it has a new digital camera that will finally be landing in the UK, at least in limited numbers. The camera is the DMC-CM1 and it is powered by the Android operating system. Initially the CM1 was expected to launch in France and Germany only.
Of course, you saw it coming. This weekend will see yet another flood of sales and promotions to entice buyers to hand over their cash. And with the growing number of devices in the market today, many of those will undoubtedly be spent on electronics and games. Not to be outdone, NVIDIA will be offering bundles of its SHIELD gaming crew with huge discounts. But take heed, as these rare creatures will only appear for little less than a day.
After the Nexus 6, which was hard to come by in the market, had some time to percolate in the public, iFixit takes it for its usual teardown tour. While the Nexus 9 was a rather disappointing misadventure, scoring a weak 3 out of 7 on the iFixit scale, there is no immediate reason to expect the same from this Motorola product. Fortunately, the Nexus 6 does not disappoint and provides an almost smooth ride, except for a few minor bumps on the road.
Crazy – that’s the word we have for it. We have no arguments whatsoever that the tech industry moves heck fast, but Sony is trying to redefine that statement as we are continuing to receive leaks that Sony will indeed be launching its next flagship phone, the Xperia Z4 this coming January in Las Vegas.
There were a lot of surprising moves in the smartphone industry in 2014, with Motorola as exhibit A – launching not one, not two, but three flagship level phones. There was also that thing where Apple reneged on Steve Jobs’ promise to never ever build a big phone. And then the OnePlus One happened – a flagship level phone that cost only USD$350 without contract subsidy. Today we’re hearing some whispers about what to expect from the next phone OnePlus will be putting out.
The Android One may not make it big in India but the Redmi Note has great potential. This new smartphone from China will soon arrive in the country complete with kick-ass specs: 8-Core MTK 6592 or Snapdragon 400, 1.7GHz CPU or Quad-core 1.6GHz CPU for the 4G version, 2GB RAM, and a vast 5.5-inch HD IPS display screen.
Finally, T-Mobile will disclose more accurate mobile speed test for the benefit of the subscribers. The mobile carrier recently agreed with FCC to make sure results of speed tests done are real and true.
You might have taken the jump and went ahead and ordered a Nexus Player – congratulations, you will be one of the first few people to experience what Google wants for its Android TV market – but part of you is still not convinced at the casual gaming console aspect of the device. Games like Sky Force 2014 might just help push you over the line and have you ordering those ASUS game controllers soon.
Once in a non-blue moon, Humble Bundle churns out a non-numbered bundle that instead focuses on a particular theme or publisher. This month's bundle gathers some of the popular games from Crescent Moon Games' catalog. It's the usual setup of pay what you want, pay more if you want more, bundling system, but this time, Humble Bundle is throwing in a new mechanic into the mix, depending on how much money the campaign rakes in.