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.
Key Lime Pie. Google has yet to say when they would be making an announcement for Key Lime Pie, however based on previous history, it seems fairly safe to think that talk will happen in May during Google I/O. For those who may not be as familiar with those dates, Google I/O will begin on May 15 and run through May 17.
GALAXY S 4 has been announced and shares some resemblance to the older and smaller brother. While the look and feel is largely unchanged, the hardware under the hood and software under the skin is what's new. Lets take a look.
GALAXY S 4. With all the rumors put to rest, information revealed, and the device in the wild we wanted to focus on four pillars of features and technology that makes up the GALAXY S 4 experience. We have an awesome 5-inch 1080p display and 8-core processor, but the software to make this device your "Life Companion" is what sets it apart.
Samsung has a smartwatch in the works to join their Galaxy lineup. The images you'll see below are being called the Samsung GALAXY Altius, and certainly look to be a "smartwatch" and not the Galaxy S IV or a smartphone.
Samsung has released the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2, complete with the latest version of the Premium Suite. The new software includes Paper Artist, the tweaked interface, the latest iteration of Multi Window and Air View, and Easy Clip, among other things.