Sony Xperia Z1 smartphone has only been available for a few days in select countries, but we're already starting to see reports of it receiving a quick software update. While we wait for some sort of US carrier announcement, others will be happy to know Sony looks to be on the ball with software updates and bug fixes.
Nexus 7 has been in the news a lot this afternoon, but we have one more as it appears a small 8MB update is rolling out to the WiFi Nexus 7 as we speak. It's still the same version of Android, and there appears to be no major changes, but we're hearing this could still be an update aimed at fixing those touch issues.
Samsung announced their first ever Developer Conference back in July. At the time they provided some key details and did some teasing, however it wasn't until today that the registration opened. Simply put, if you had been waiting to register for the "major" event that will take place in San Francisco -- now is the day to move forward.
Samsung looks ready to make a bigger move into the developer space, one that will have them following in the lines of some of the other big players. The company has announced the Samsung Developer Conference which will kick-off on October 27th. The event will take place in San Francisco, California and it one that Samsung is promising to be "major."
PadFone - ASUS's combination smartphone and tablet - has received a software update from the device maker, bringing it up to version 10.2.4.1. With this update comes several big changes, most of them being in the form of stability improvements and enhancements to already-existing features.
Google is right on schedule and has issued another update out for Google Glass. Keeping true to their monthly update promise today they've delivered a pretty solid set of improvements. This time around focusing on voice commands and controls, after all Glass is mainly a hands-free device, and they've added web browsing. As Google put it, we can do "MOAR MOAR MOAR" with Glass.
Huawei Ascend P6 and has the ability to bring about, as Huawei notes, "instant facial beauty." What we've found, on the other hand, is that there's no two ways about it: this software changes the basic structure of your face and makes the user look... downright strange.
Google Glass. Not only have they begun reaching out to developers in waves and shipping out Glass to those who pre-ordered (we did) but they've also just issued the very first software update for Glass. Well, the first since it has been in the hands of regular developers.