Google Glass. But with that in mind, a few members of the Google Glass team have recently shared a video that takes a look at some practical use cases. Well, some examples of what you can use Google Glass to search for. Keeping in mind that the same thing can also be done with a smartphone, this video is nice if for no other reason than it is showing Glass being used for something other than a head-mounted camera.
Sony has officially announced their latest Google TV device. The model is called the NSZ-GS8 "Internet Player with Google TV" and availability is set to begin in July. With the GS8 in mind, this model is similar to the already available GS7, though there is one new feature worth mentioning. While the NSZ-GS8 is a full-featured Google TV box, one of the nicer perks comes with the remote control.
Huawei to announce the Ascend P6 during the upcoming "Beauty" event. This is set for June 20th, however in the meantime we have been seeing quite a few leaks. Thankfully though we have also seen a few legitimate teasers direct from Huawei. Back towards the end of May we saw an image revealed. That image reveal was also the time when Huawei confirmed the upcoming event would be the unveiling of the Ascend P6.
Samsung has officially announced the latest in the Galaxy Ace series of handsets. This one is arriving as the Galaxy Ace 3 and some of the specifics will vary from market to market. For example, the handset does have a dual-SIM option available. Not to mention, the market availability will depend on whether you see a 3G or an LTE compatible handset. That said, Samsung has the Galaxy Ace 3 running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and with the line of "S" branded apps.
AT&T has announced a change to the upgrade cycle and moving forward users will need to wait a full 24-months before they will be eligible. According to details coming from AT&T, the carrier has said this change will allow them to align the "device upgrade eligibility with our standard two-year wireless agreement." Moving forward this will affect all users, however there is a grace period before it will kick in for everyone.
Google has apparently just purchased Waze, the Israeli maps application organized via crowd-sourced data with the emphasis on social networking through location detection. With previous reports of serious mergers between Waze and other stronghold software conglomerates, the purchase of Waze through Google comes as a surprise to no one. The biggest question however is, "What will they do with it?"
document leaked revealing they give the NSA access to all our 'metadata' on an ongoing daily basis. Then to top that a new report surfaced that the NSA has a program calls "PRISM" that does this for tons of other major companies.
face unlock is on Android is still a hotly discussed topic. However, Google is exploring new and improved systems that could help improve the security as we unlock our smartphones and tablets. The easy to fool (with a picture) Face Unlock feature could soon be getting facial features and expressions to help bolster the security method.
all-new Gmail last week and began rolling it out for all Android users this week. The update arrived in the Play Store on June 3rd and while it brought some notable changes, there are a few items that have been bugging us. The two that seem to be the most offending is the lack of a delete option and the sender images.