released in beta form for those in the US market. That app has since seen some updates, however at the present time it is still sporting the beta tag. Putting the regular Android app to the side though, it looks like Sherpa has set their sights on Google Glass.
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean lately, not 4.5 or 5.0 Key Lime Pie, and today over on XDA is possibly the first leaked images of the latest OS from Google. As the story goes an LG Nexus 4 was spotted at the Thailand Mobile Expo running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and luckily one reader was able to snag a few photos.
Nokia appears to have stepped up in their patent dispute against HTC. This latest move involves an additional patent complaint that was filed with the International Trade Commission (ITC) on Thursday. The round involves the HTC One and it seems Nokia is seeking to ban US imports of the handset. Nokia has added six patent claims to the list of 44 and this all touches back to actions that began in 2012.
OPPO announced the Find 5 smartphone back in December and at that time there was a launch promised for early 2013. And well, it looks like the time has arrived. OPPO has announced they will be opening the official European web store on Monday May 27th. The Find 5 will be available and it will be selling unlocked and contract free for €399, which would be roughly $515 in terms of US dollars.
Sony offered some details on the global release of the Xperia Tablet Z a short while back. Basically, Sony had said the tablet would soon be coming available for purchase. Those in the US have had pre-orders available for a while now and it looked like things were going to remain the same in terms of a shipping date. As of today however, that shipping date has slipped a bit.
$1 billion. With that in mind, it looks like the latest Waze acquisition rumors are now connected to Google.
Google has been keeping busy with updates to their Chrome Browser for Android, on both the BETA and regular version, and today we're getting another to add to the list. After all the recent BETA features were pushed to the regular Chrome Browser yesterday, today the BETA version was updated with a slew of new features they'll be testing over the next few weeks.
GALAXY S 4 Google Edition at their developer event last week, rumors have been flying through the wires daily about HTC doing the same. So far we've not heard anything concrete to back up these rumors, even HTC flat out denied the possibility. However, the original leakster of the Galaxy S 4 Google Edition is now saying a "Senseless" HTC One is coming too.
GALAXY S 4 flagship smartphone was finally released for Verizon Wireless, about a month later than the rest of the US carriers, and now we've learned they'll also get a developer friendly model. If you were like us, and sad when the GALAXY S 4 'Google Edition' was only announced for AT&T and T-Mobile, this news should make you happy.
few images of the device. These were in-the-wild style images and while not perfectly crisp and clear, they were enough to provide a decent look. That being said, it looks like the official press renders have since surfaced.