Android

Nike claims FuelBand still alive despite massive layoffs

If you've been waiting for that auspicious day when Nike would announce Android support for its Nike+ FuelBand line, it might be best not to hold your breath anymore. The sports company has been reported to have let go as much as 80 percent of its workforce that is assigned to developing the wearable device.

New dialer app possibly leaked by Google’s Twitter account

With Android 4.4.3 incoming, it leads some to wonder what is in store for us. With all the chat about ugly apps lately, we’re sure to see some UI tweaks from Google. They may have tipped their hat a bit early via Twitter, where some tech support led to a glimpse at what oculd be the new dialer.

Google’s Nest thermostat listed briefly in Play Store

Google’s Play Store briefly listed the Nest thermostat today, quickly pulling it down before anyone had the chance to order. In the wake of Google’s Nest purchase, many expected the device to be sold via Google’s online portal. Did Google just jump the gun, or are they gun shy?  

HTC Sense 6.0 page tells you where your update is

Curious wen your HTC device will get Sense 6? If you’re anxious to find out HTC has created an update page for their newest Android skin, so you know when you’re getting their latest take on Android. In checking the page out, it seems some devices are a bit closer to getting it than we thought.

Using Private Mode on the Galaxy S5

The Galaxy S5 from Samsung is ripe with features. Some have been around for a while, and others are fairly new to the latest flagship from Samsung. Private mode is one that lets you activate your device while tucking some features or files you may not want others to see. If you’ve been wondering how to set it up and take advantage, we’ll give you the rundown.  
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