Android

Paranoid Android 4.6 beta 5 “Playful Pitaya” goes live

Paranoid Android has made another beta release of the 4.6 branch of their custom ROM, and this time they're back on track at hammering out the feature set for Dynamic Status Bars, or DSB in the ROM's parlance. But although the dev team just ironed out some pretty major showstopper bugs, they seem to be inviting even more headache by letting users fine tune the DSB animation just the way they want it right down to the last millisecond.

Escape from Montegrande tests your skiing skills, speed

Montegrande is the highest prison in the world. Anyone trapped inside the horrible place would want to escape for good. If you’re a prisoner, go on and try to escape from Montegrande and outsmart the policemen who will go on their way to hunt you down.

Eye SW update for T-Mobile HTC One M8 rolling out tomorrow

With the launch of the HTC Desire Eye – the new smartphone with probably the world’s most powerful selfie camera – HTC also rolled out new features for its camera suite, called the Eye Experience software. Last week, HTC One M8 developer and unlocked versions got an OTA rolling out these new software features, and it seems like T-Mobile HTC One M8 models will be the next to get them.

Oppo N3 teased again with exploded camera pic

Oppo is in tease mode again for the new N3 smartphone that will be launching soon. The unveil is set for October 29, so it won't be long before we have all the details on the device. For now, Oppo has been teasing us with images here and there of the smartphone, and particularly of the camera.

Blunt + Tile tag = no more lost umbrellas

When you've misplaced the remote control or your handkerchief or your wallet for the nth time, haven't you ever wished you could ring it up or you have an app that could detect where it was? Well the advent of GPS and NFC and Bluetooth tags can actually make that possible (although putting a GPS on your handkerchiefs seem a little too extreme right?}. Blunt umbrellas have teamed up with tag marker company Tile to come up with an umbrella that you will not be able to lose (unless you misplace the tags as well).

NVIDIA Shield tablet software update 1.2.1 now available

NVIDIA is good about keeping its Android-powered tablet, the Shield, updated and performing well. This tablet is squarely aimed at gamers and is most notable for having a fancy controller accessory to control the games. NVIDIA has announced a new software update is now available for the tablet.

Samsung Galaxy SM-A300H appears at FCC without 4G LTE

The announcement of Android 5.0, codenamed Lollipop, and the impending arrival of the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Nexus Player, has taken up much of our attention these days, enough to distract us from rumors about Samsung's "premium only in looks" Alpha family that is yet to materialize in any official manner. To seemingly remind us that it's still in the running, one of them, particularly the SM-A300H has made its presence known at FCC, but sadly it didn't bring along with it some 4G connectivity.

Bluesmart is the World’s First Smart Carry-On Luggage

The travel bug bit me. I’ll be going on a trip soon and I’m on the lookout for a new luggage because the last time I travelled, the airline lost my luggage. Boohoo. I never got it back. The only good news I received was that I was compensated immediately. If only I could get something geeky and techy such as this new Bluesmart luggage, I wouldn’t have any problem.
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