mobile devices. Or in other words, gone are the days of feeling the need to get to a regular computer and browser to begin planning your next vacation (or business trip).
LG, along with M&C Saatchi have come up with a rather interesting advertising campaign. LG is using this to promote the G2 smartphone and has it running in Sweden. While that means a vast amount may never see these ads in person, they are adding a nice spin on the regular competition bash.
Samsung's Kevin Packingham has departed from the company. Packingham served as the chief product officer and spent two years with Samsung Mobile. He played a role in the introduction of many of Samsung's top devices including the Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S 4. The reason for his leaving remains a mystery and Samsung hasn't yet confirmed if this was a voluntary move.
@Google Twitter account, or their comments over on Google+, the company is proud to be celebrating the 15th birthday of Google Search. The company has come a long way from operating in a small room, to being the giant powerhouse it is today. Along with some bragging rights we're also getting some new features which we'll talk about after the break.
Facebook app for Android received an update yesterday on the beta channel, and one new feature is about to make the app rather intrusive. Auto-playing videos are quite possibly my least favorite things on the internet, and Facebook has decided to make that a thing on our mobile devices. Which could also cause a lot of data overage charges.
Intel has struggled with the mobile markets, but their new chip today aims to fix that. Earlier this year Intel released their new Haswell 4th gen processors which finally brought serious power and battery life to laptops and ultrabooks. Today they company announced their new hybrid chip for laptops and tablets both called Bay Trail, which they hope can deliver the same boost to mobile devices.
The Guardian are accurate, The European Commission will be shutting down the possibility for networks to charge roaming fees. This would be a huge move, and hopefully makes its way to other regions.
Public Intelligence that is unclassified, but for "official use only" and it has all the details.
Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 is quite the fun little mobile-device friendly flying quadricopter, and it's about to get even better. With summer flying by the folks from Parrot have decided to up their game and release an all-new AR.Drone 2.0 "Power Edition" with new colors, longer flight times, and some customization for those looking to have a little fun.
NVIDIA's impressive looking Tegra 4 processor to officially hit the streets and in smartphones, the company is wasting no time teasing what we can expect to see in the future. Not only are we getting a glimpse of the next-gen graphics we'll likely receive with Tegra 5, but this shows us NVIDIA's mobile Kepler GPU which we can expect to see in tons of devices next year.