Mobile

NVIDIA shows us the future with their mobile Kepler GPU technology

While we are still waiting for 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.

Locket app puts ads on your Android lockscreen

We've seen ads in apps and games, our notification bar, and a few other areas but can you imagine them being on your lockscreen? Every time you wake up your phone and slide to unlock be greeted with an advertisement. I know, it sounds outright awful. But what if every time you swiped to unlock your phone you made some cash? Getting paid to use your device. That's exactly what Locket is offering.

Facebook hashtags rolling out to mobile, no word on Android app

A few weeks ago the folks from Facebook made a big move to finally add the popular hashtag option to their social network. Made popular (and extremely useful) by Twitter, we now finally have clickable #hashtags on Facebook. While the inclusion was nice, we still weren't able to enjoy the feature on mobile. With millions of users enjoying Facebook on mobile daily, this only made sense, and as of Thursday the feature is rolling out to all devices.

AT&T Innovation Facility to focus on digital life and the “connected car”

AT&T is a leader in innovation, and today they've announced they'll be opening two brand new world-class facilities. Their award-winning foundry for innovation will be expanding in both Atlanta, as well as Dallas, Texas. The most important for us, is their new Atlanta facility that will be focusing on developing the company's latest technologies and applications.

Samsung Galaxy NX Camera hands-on

As the most powerful camera yet graced with Android to have been revealed to the public thus far, the Samsung Galaxy NX is bound to be under a bit of scrutiny before it's accepted as a top-notch shooter. What we've got here is a camera that's as massive as your everyday interchangeable-lens DSLR, but with the ability to connect to the web and take advantage of the full Google Play collection of Android apps. Thanks to WiFi and 4G LTE, it does it all. It's part of the next generation of Android devices, if you'd be so bold as to say so.

Deus Ex: The Fall coming soon to Android and iOS

If you're a fan of the extremely popular Deus Ex game franchise you'll be happy to know they have a mobile game in the works. Partnering with Square Enix, Deus Ex: The Fall is coming soon to Android. The game will be hitting the iPhone and iPad this summer, and eventually the same will arrive for Android. We have a few more details and quick video below.

AMD looks to take on Intel and others in the Android space

Now that mobile is clearly the future and with Qualcomm and NVIDIA doing well in the space, AMD looks to take on the competition (and Intel) by ending their exclusive Windows presence. Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has long stuck to Microsoft's Windows OS, as well as graphics cards, but we're now hearing the company aims to take on Android and Chrome OS.

Verizon HTC One reality returns as DROID DNA offer pops up

Today Verizon has once again stoked the fires of possibility for an HTC One as they place the DROID DNA on a social sharing fire sale. This situation could go one of two ways - one, it's possible that the Verizon special event later this week will result in a new color option for the Samsung GALAXY S 4 before its final release in three days. Two - it could be that the DROID DNA is being essentially given away for free now allowing the carrier to make room for the fabled Verizon HTC One.
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