HTC One you'd probably agree with us that the smartphone is pretty impressive. Today HTC has just released a new TV ad spot that trashes on the competition, and throws dirt all over their weak features. With HTC touting their Blinkfeed news front and center, these ads show why their smartphone is better than the rest.
GALAXY S 4 commercials this weekend, they've been pretty direct at poking fun at the iPhone. This week however, Samsung decided to leave out the iPhone and play nice with two brand new ad spots showcasing features of their GALAXY S 4 flagship smartphone. We enjoy watching the funny commercials, but these are good too.
Samsung announced another device that will be headed to the market with Android to connect with all their smartphones and tablets. It's called the Samsung HomeSync media set-top box and today we've got a quick hands-on with it. This isn't Google TV, instead Samsung's using this to integrate their Android-toting devices deeper into our lives, and living rooms.
just unveiled their new smartphone, the HTC One. Today's event is finally under way and the folks from HTC are sharing all sorts of exciting and fun things. While they've already announced an all new device, a redesigned and useful "new Sense" and more. We've now learned part of that new Sense experience includes what they're calling Blinkfeed, and the new Sense TV. More details below.
Google doesn't put ad spots on TV much this weekend they aired their brand new Nexus 4 commercial and shared it with the world. Most of the focus however, was with their impressive Google Now feature.
Google has been working hard to improve YouTube and today they've announced an awesome new feature to make viewing videos on the big screen even better. They've already pushed features to allow sharing videos to Google TVs, but today they've announced the same feature will soon be arriving with support for multiple smart TVs and accessories from a variety of manufacturers. Their remote control feature will soon be available on a mass scale, not just Google TV.
Samsung's flexible smartphone screens throughout the years, but when CES rolls around in a couple of weeks, Samsung will be ready to show them off once again. This time around, the screen will be 5.5-inches and sport a resolution of 1280x720 - that gives us a pixel density of 267. There will also be a flexible 55-inch TV screen on display, so Samsung has been hard at work to bring us these nifty new displays.
Nexus 4 for Christmas, Google's wasting no time showing off their brand new smartphone and some of the awesome features it has. Google's back with another Nexus commercial today, this time showing users the power of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean's Photo Sphere feature to take the perfect holiday photos.