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HTC Zoe will be launched this week for non-HTC Android smartphones

As it continues to struggle in the smartphone market, not having the power to overcome leaders like Samsung and Apple, HTC tries to turn to another business channel as they launch their new business unit, HTC Creative Labs. The first product from this new venture will be launched later this week. It’s a short video app called Zoe and while it looks promising, it would be competing in an already crowded video app market.

Path comes up with new messaging app called Talk

The social networking platform Path has been relatively quiet this year, nary releasing a major update to change up its patented approach to “quick” social networking. That all changed today as the guys behind path unveiled what it has been working on during that span of “quiet time” – a standalone messaging app aptly (if not unimaginatively) called “Talk”.

Solution57 Remote Application Framework brings multi-screen to Android

Multiple screens attached to a single device has long been a property of desktop or laptop systems but has so far been a moving target on mobile, with the exception of Apple's AirPlay. That may soon be history as embedded software solutions company Solution57 outs its framework that will bring the much desired functionality to the Android platform.

Sony Xperia Z1 first update already rolling out in India

The brand new 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 WiFi JSS15R update rolling out, may fix touch issues

The new 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 Developer Conference promises to be a “major” event

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."

Google Glass XE7 hands-on: Web browsing and better voice controls

Being July 1st 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.
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