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Feedly introduces beta channel, Google+ community

Feedly has launched a beta channel for their now popular RSS service. Like any beta service, Feedly wants to test out new features before it hits the masses. Luckily, access seems to be open to anyone who wants to chance the crashes and oddities a beta channel can bring.

Springpad update introduces smart customized notebooks

Evernote may be one of the most popular digital note-taking service around, but it is definitely not the only one, nor is it always the best. In some quarters and scenarios, it faces some very tough competition from Springpad. That competition might have become even tougher with the introduction of customized notebooks in the Springpad app for Android and the Web.

ZTE Blade Q unveil brings a mini, regular and maxi-sized model

ZTE has announced the latest Blade branded handsets. Or in this case, the ZTE Blade Q lineup, which include three different models. There is the Blade Q Mini, Blade Q and Blade Q Maxi which will be arriving with a 4-inch, 4.5-inch and 5.0-inch display respectively. For now, it looks like these will be heading to Europe, however the release details remain on the lighter side.

Verizon Messages update brings Glympse integration

The Verizon Messages app has been around for quite some time now, and as of today it looks like a new feature will be arriving. The app will soon have Glympse integration. Big Red has dubbed this as being a "major upgrade" but the simple fact is, users will be able to easily share their location in real time. Or more the to point, Verizon Messages users will be able to share their location without the need to open a second app.

Google Glass firmware teardown teases new commands and more

The Google Glass XE10 update arrived a short time back and while there were some new features detailed, it looks like there may have also been some hints as to what was to come. We often see these smaller, or somewhat hidden items discussed shortly after the official release. This happen because the firmware gets torn apart and dissected.
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