Google Reader draws near, Feedly has stayed in the news as a viable replacement service for all you RSS fans, and today their option just got even better. After improving their Android app, today they've announced the Feedly Cloud that will help us all seamlessly transition away from the dying Google Reader, and into Feedly's arms.
Samsung is preparing their live promotional product introduction event for Thursday, and we'll be there to cover it. If you don't like having your news fed to you, and instead like to see it for yourself, you too can watch it via live stream on the Samsung site and on YouTube. Either way you enjoy it, you should be in for quite a show.
shared some thoughts last week, and now we're getting details about their upcoming plans for transparency in general.
Google Reader is quickly approaching. We know many still haven't switched to other options, but the folks from Digg will have many of you covered a few days early. Digg will be dropping their public beta just in time for everyone to make the switch and transition with ease.
Facebook have another product they'd like to share with the world. The man in charge, Mark Zuckerberg, and his entire team have been busy adding Twitter-style #hashtags to Facebook, introducing new home replacement launchers on Android, and even the HTC First "Facebook Phone" (fail) but apparently they aren't done yet.
T-Mobile was the last carrier to enable 4G LTE wireless data into service, but it looks like as of today, it's not just limited to a few cities in a few states. According to Twitter and emails sent to many tech sites, there have been numerous sightings of LTE in Dallas, Denver, and Wichita. With this news, it looks like 4G LTE for T-Mobile is spreading fast.
Youtube, video news results, and other services such as DailyMotion together in one vast detailed list of results based on search subjects, has finally made its way over to Android. Previously it was only available on iOS, where it began to garner rave reviews. But surprisingly, that's not the biggest news of all.
Google I/O is one of those coveted experiences and developer conferences that tons of you want to enjoy. Whether you're a fan or developer of Android, Chrome, YouTube, and more. While sadly not everyone that wants to attend gets to (tickets sell out fast) Google always posts the events online. They were nice enough to live stream the sessions, and now have posted their annual round-up highlight video.
Motorola's Dennis Woodside talked about the company's ambitious plans to reinvent itself via the launch of a handful of smartphones, starting with a "hero" device called the Moto X. Such a device will be contextually-aware of its surroundings via low-powered sensors, enabling it to respond in ways that Woodside says isn't available on current smartphone offerings.