Amazon has announced Kindle First today. Kindle First will allow Kindle users to download and read an ebook up to a month ahead of the general release. Basically, this is providing early access to new ebooks. For Amazon Prime members, you will be able to download and read these books for free and those without Prime, these ebooks will be priced at $1.99.
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Android 4.4 comes a much needed improvement to the overall size and memory demands Android makes. As noted in the announcement, Android 4.4 will be able to run on devices with as little as 512MB of memory. That’s a pretty big departure from previous iterations, so how did Google do it? We take a peak into the bells and whistles of the announcement to give you a better idea.
Nexus 5 was unveiled earlier today and as one had expected, it will be launching with Android 4.4 Kit Kat. Similar to how the Nexus 5 specs have all been made official, we are getting a look at what we can expect in terms of Kit Kat. While Nexus 5 users will be the first taking advantage of Android 4.4, there are other Nexus device users that will be getting an update.
in September the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) committee recommended allowing the use of gadgets during takeoff and landing. Given the committee recommendation, it seemed likely that the approval would come and the rules would be lightened. Of course, nothing could change until the official word was received. That said, coming by way of an FAA issued press release, that approval has arrived.
October 31 has arrived and while we have yet to hear anything from Google on the Nexus 5, that doesn't mean the leaks will be quieting down any. In fact, some new images have recently surfaced. And nicely, this time around we are getting some crisp, clear high-resolution shots to gawk at. These pics are of the internals and have been shared by the folks at FanaticFone.
Nexus 5 images have surfaced, though, this time around the images appear to be of some dummy units. This latest round includes four five images (and growing) in total and while it is hard to say 100% these are dummy units, we can say they appear to be that. Unfortunately they are being posted with little in terms of explanation. Not to mention, they have appeared on relatively low followed and low tweeted Twitter account, which only adds to the reasons to be skeptical.
Kit Kat. Specifically, some public facing prep work. Reddit user JLishere has noticed that Google has been updating apps. Actually, updating quite a few of the core apps.
Google+ itself, which offered the reminder about how Google+ opened to the public in September 2011 and how Google ships a new version "almost" every day.