back in early January, however aside from the video, not much was really said in terms of when it could be expected. That has changed as of today though. The folks behind Chameleon have released their latest Kickstarter update and it includes a sneak peek of the launcher running on a Nexus 4 and also a Nexus 7.
mentioned it on our sister site back in September. These two celebrities were shooting tons of scenes of the movie right at Google's HQ in California.
LG apparently has something exciting in the works for Mobile world Congress. Or maybe more accurately, judging from the level of teasing, we hope they have something exciting because if not, there could be some backlash. In the past few days we have seen an image teaser and a video teaser. The image appeared first and came with the promise of a "new series" of mobile phones with an “unexpected distinction.”
Samsung had a pretty impressive year here in 2012, and they are showing no signs of slowing down for the next year. As you all know, one of the biggest tech events of the year is quickly approaching. CES 2013 in Las Vegas kicks off early January and Samsung is already teasing us with a quick video. It sure doesn't reveal much, but lets take a look.
Rovio, it looks like it won't be long before the focus is back on Angry Birds. Yesterday, Rovio tweeted a rather dark image of a hooded bird, and at the time, it wasn't immediately apparent what was being teased. Today, Rovio shared a GIF on the Angry Birds Tumblr that cleared everything up.
Gingerbread, Honeycomb, and Ice Cream Sandwich before it Google has another "Easter Egg" hidden inside of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Most people know the trick already and if not we'll share the details below. We saw this last week and after some thought have finally realized what Google could be hinting at -- and that is a Christmas full of Nexus gifts.
Oppo released a teaser image of a 6.65mm-thin phone today, and if it comes to market any time soon the unnamed device will grab the title of world's thinnest phone (for at least a month or two anyway). There's no details part the picture, but the visuals can't help but remind us of a certain flagship from everyone's favorite litigious American manufacturer.
yet more cryptic information on what's almost certainly the Galaxy S III, set to be debuted in London on May 3rd. Along with the basically useless website, they've also posted a new teaser video. But don't get your hopes up - it's just more marketing speak, pretty but superfluous graphics and a humorous twist at the end.
"The Next Galaxy" from Samsung. As you may have heard, Samsung let loose a teaser for a teaser website at "tgeltaayehxnx.com" tonight, it having a countdown meter which will be up inside 8 hours from when the post you're reading now was posted. Will it be a Galaxy S III, a Galaxy Tab, or something brand new? Nothing else really shows itself here on this teaser page on the surface, but under the lovely layers of the site's source directories, we've found a few more telling clues.