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Chromecast local media streaming is coming soon Google insists

This weekend an update rolled out to Google's Chromecast that many users weren't too excited about. After seeing it arrive on Thursday evening, many developers quickly noticed it broke local media streaming. Mainly Koush, as the update killed the feature enabling his Aircast app to function. After many reports of Google tightening their grip on the cast, today they've issued a statement to reassure our minds.

Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch concept video teases the future

The past few weeks have been full of rumors surrounding what many expect to see from Samsung in Germany next month for the annual IFA show. From the 5.68-inch Galaxy Note III phablet, to their brand new and first of its kind Galaxy Gear smartwatch. We don't know everything about their new watch yet, but this new conceptual video has us excited about the possibilities.

Vine user base grows to 40 million

Instagram announced they had reached the 130 million monthly user milestone back in June. That reveal came at the same time they announced the 15-second Vine-like videos. That of course spurred discussion about how Instagram was the better app and how they were going to steal users from Vine. Well, while Vine may not have the 130 million that Instagram has, they have just shared a rather respectable number of their own.

LG G2 rear buttons star in new short feature video

Lately we've been seeing quad-core processors and 1080p displays take the top spot for features worth highlighting on smartphones, but LG has a different plan. They decided the grass was greener on the other side, and have moved the volume and power button to the rear of their recently announced LG G2 smartphone. And now today we have quite the dramatic short feature film starring exactly that.

Nexus 7 beats iPad mini and old Nexus in durability tests

It looks like Google has a winner with the new Nexus 7. A growing trend with each new smartphone and tablet as of late is the infamous drop test. Where someone tosses a few phones on the ground at different angles to see how it handles the situation, and if it can withstand an average users drop onto concrete. Well, Square Trade is testing the new Nexus 7 in a drop, slide, and water dunk test vs the competition in a new video.

DirecTV ‘Football on your phone’ ad stars Manning brothers rap song

If you are an NFL Football fan like myself, the video below might be the best thing you've seen all month. In an attempt to show the world that DirecTV offers live NFL games and streaming to our phones and tablets they've paired the nerdy Manning brothers up in their very own rap video. It's amazing, and you won't want to miss it.

Instagram 4.1 update brings video improvements

Instagram for Android was updated to v4.0 back towards the end of June. That was the update that added video support and as of today it looks like Instagram v4.1 has arrived. Similar to the 4.0 update, Instagram 4.1 keeps the focus on video. In this case there is now support for Ice Cream Sandwich as well as for videos in your Gallery.

LG G2 hands-on: everything you need to know

This afternoon the folks from LG have just announced and detailed their new flagship G2 smartphone, and it's quite impressive. We knew it was coming, but LG has come out swinging here full of new features and software tweaks aside from offering a top-tier smartphone to rival the best of the best. Yes we have a 2.3 GHz quad-core processor and the world's thinnest 5.2-inch 1080p HD display, but you'll want to hear everything else LG is offering as well. Here's everything you need to know.

Sony Honami-based ROM gives preview of what the real thing could feel like

With all the attention being given to upcoming models like the LG G2, the HTC One Max, or the Samsung Galaxy Note III, it is easy to overlook yet another rumored phone. The Sony Honami, which is touted to be the successor of the Xperia Z, already had a lot of leaks, mostly images and renders. But now, we get a chance to see what the Honami might really look and feel like thanks to a custom ROM developed over at XDA.
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