Samsung announced the Galaxy Gear smartwatch at an event in early September. That announcement also included the Galaxy Note 3 and 2014 Edition Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, however the focus of the moment is the smartwatch. The Galaxy Gear had been available for pre-order with several of the US carriers, however given the $299 price point, we suspect some may have decided to hold back until they were able to read some reviews. So with that in mind, we are taking a look at the reviews that have surfaced around the web, beginning with the one recently posted from our sister site SlashGear.
NFL is here, finally on TV, and what better way to get ready for kickoff than to check out a few Android apps to make following your team even easier. We know it's only preseason, but I'll take what I can get for now, and it certainly beats watching Baseball. From following your team with live video on a tablet, NFL Mobile, streaming highlights and more these 5 apps have you covered.
LG where we'll finally see their latest and greatest flagship smartphone for 2013. That device of course is the new LG G2, which has leaked more times than we can count. Add that to the slew of teaser videos and announcements by LG themselves, and we already know all there is to know about this 5.2-inch ultra-sleek device. However, on the eve of the announcement lets go through it all once more.
Samsung Galaxy S4 will finally be unveiled on Thursday and all the rumors and leaks will finally be coming to and end. Invitations have been sent, teaser videos are live, and Samsung's prepped to launch their biggest device of the year on March 14th in NYC - and we'll be there live! Read on below for everything you need to know, as well as what we know so far.
for international users; and at this point it seems that all Google+ is missing compared to other social platforms is a wider userbase. In other Google news, their new project “Google Offers (Beta)” launched in NYC Tuesday. Think of this service as a way to save money with many different local businesses on a daily basis. This past Monday evening, HTC released information that the bootloaders of some of their more recent devices will be unlocked in the coming months of August and September. Some of their devices have already been unlocked over at XDA Developers, but I’m sure many have been awaiting an official fix.