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Omate TrueSmart gets official TWRP support

Despite many of the Kickstarter backers still being without their Omate TrueSmart just yet, it seems there has been some goodies out of a recent hackathon. Coming by way of TeamWin, the Omate TrueSmart now has an available custom ROM. Thanks to Dees Troy, who shared the news on Google+, we have seen that TWRP v2.6 has arrived for the TrueSmart.

Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 packs 16MP and Jelly Bean

Samsung has revealed the Galaxy Camera 2, the successor to the Android-powered Galaxy Camera, this time running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean on a 1.6GHz quadcore processor, and packing a 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor. Debuting at CES 2014, the Galaxy Camera 2 also packs a bigger battery - now boosted to 2,000 mAh for more shots on a single charge - in addition to 2GB of RAM for faster app switching. As before, there's access to the Google Play store to download apps like Instagram for instant sharing from the camera itself.

Boost Mobile Moto G arrives by way of HSN

Rumors of a Boost Mobile Moto G surfaced last week and it looks like the handset has quietly come available. The catch here is the availability. For now it seems that is limited to HSN, the Home Shopping Network. The Moto G is priced at $129.99 and those considering a purchase will be able to choose from a handful of color options.

Verizon Moto G $100 price point explained

Verizon has already announced plans to launch the Moto G in early 2014. The handset will be joining the prepaid lineup and while an official release date and price is still needed -- it appears as if those details have been revealed. Keeping in mind nothing is official until we hear it from Big Red, it looks like the Moto G will be available on January 9th and with a price point of $99.99.

Archos home automation setup arriving as “Connected Home”

Along with the Connected Self line of gadgets, Archos also dropped some teasers for the Connected Home lineup. Archos has promised a full unveil of the Connected Home lineup during CES, which takes place in early January. For now though, some basic teasing which includes how this setup will make use of a Smart Home Tablet or the Archos Smart Home App running on another Android device.

Motorola CEO Woodside discusses relationship with Google, long term goals

Is Motorola a Google subsidy, or a company Google has a financial interest in? Will they become part of the search giant, as Nokia is with Microsoft, or continue to act independently? Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside recently gave an interview with the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette in which he highlights some of those very concerns. According to the new boss, things will change, but not because Google is demanding it.
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