up to 40% of smartphones emulating the G Flex. LG believes that flexible devices are the future, whether they be curved like the G Flex or completely foldable, like so many concepts and show floor devices we’ve seen lately.
begin arriving for US Cellular Moto X users today, and well, it looks like the rollout has begun. Details coming from the Google+ page of Punit Soni confirm the update and also mentions that it will be rolling out to users in phases. The key here, we have yet to see any breakdown of how long the process will take.
announced the Moto G at an event back in mid-November. Since that point we have been watching the handset begin arriving. The North American launch began in Canada and that was followed up with an earlier than expected release in the US market. But along with the announcement for the Moto G itself, Motorola also detailed some accessories. With that in mind, we have recently been spending some time with the Moto G and for today, we have a hands-on with the Flip Shell.
Android realm is catching up quickly. While we focus on tablets like the Nexus 7, we’re way off base. In fact, we’re not even acknowledging the people’s choice.
NVIDIA named the service during CES 2013. And while we suspect many would have hoped for this news sooner, it looks like the first beta access is now available. Sadly though, that is limited to those in Northern California area at this time. Specifically, in the San Jose area.
exciting news for their subscribers today, with improvements across the board. Now, Three UK customers will enjoy a bigger, better network and a bit more freedom. Roaming charges are being waved for travel to more destinations, including the USA.
Beats, and well, it looks like the teaser page has gone live this morning. The service has been dubbed Beats Music and is expected to go live next month, in January 2014. Speculation suggests we will see an announcement during CES, but for now, that has yet to be confirmed.
Amazon for toys. We, however, are sitting back and waiting for the magic to happen. If you need status updates, or just a way to pass the time, Google has you covered!