Odin Mobile, for those unfamiliar, is an MVNO carrier focusing on persons who are blind and visually impaired. Perhaps more important for current Odin Mobile customers is this latest handset release. The carrier is now offering the Nexus 5.
T-Mobile isn't quite done making changes. Coming by way of a recently issued press release, the carrier has unveiled the "Simple Starter Plan." And along with this new plan being announced today, there was also mention about more changes coming shortly.
AT&T users with an LG G2 may want to be on the lookout for an update notification. The update is on the smaller side, but it still does manage to address two key items. The two items mentioned on the changelog include Google Wallet and Google+.
We've seen a handful of official Galaxy S5 videos from Samsung. Those earlier videos have included the official introduction and the official hands-on. The one that has arrived today is a television commercial and clocks in at 30-seconds in length. Samsung begins with mention of "meaningful innovation" and then goes on to highlight a few of the features.
Newcastle University has recently begun a field trial to see whether Google Glass will be able to assist people with Parkinson's. In this case Newcastle University was gifted five pairs of Glass which researchers are using to see whether they can be used to help with independence.
One of the perks of the Chromecast is the ease of use. Going along with that is the lack of needing to worry about software updates. In fact, we suspect some Chromecast users never even pay attention to updates. Still, Google does push them. They also detail them on the Chrome Releases blog and this time around there was one item of particular importance.
Elite Computer Systems was showing off an Android tablet during Mobile World Congress. For reference, they are an OEM company, which means this is more of a reference device that will be used by others. But while this specific model may not arrive in the hands of a user, a recently discovered FCC filing did show something interesting.
Google Glass is currently in a test phase with the US Air Force. Details coming by way of Venture Beat mention the tests are being handled by the "BATMAN" research team at Wright Patterson Air Force Base which is located in Ohio. The BATMAN team is part of the 711th Human Performance Wing and made up of both military and civilian behavioral and technology scientists.
Leaks are beginning to surface for the successor to the Xiaomi Mi3. The device is expected to arrive as the Mi3S, and based on current leaks coming out of China -- it is expected to have a bit more metal in terms of the design. The Xiaomi Mi3S is also said to be coming with a Snapdragon 801 processor.
The Pocket app has recently been updated. This latest update can already be found in the Play Store and it brings a few key additions. One of those should be especially welcomed by those with a device running Android 4.4. Kit Kat. Pocket now supports Immersive Mode, which means those using Kit Kat will be able to read in fullscreen mode and with less distraction.