Google and LG finally made the white LG Nexus 4 official. It's the same Nexus we know and love, with a nice new paint job. After plenty of talk at Google I/O about a white model with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean getting announced we were excited, but it's still just on 4.2.2, for now at least. Read on for more details and a quick unboxing with Google's other baby. That being Google Glass.
Acer has joined in on the action. Today they've released a new teaser video for the event that's quite funny, while also hinting at some possible Android/Windows hybrid tablets. Teasing us with tablets covered in an Android-green cloth, and that's all we get.
Samsung is pulling out all of the stops this year with advertisements for their new GALAXY S 4 smartphone. We've already seen countless commercials during the NBA playoffs, neat stare down tests in Zurich, and now they've dropped a 5 minute short film musical for everyone to enjoy. It's a bit on the cheesy side, to say the least, but it does highlight multiple key features.
Google I/O 2013 time, and we'll be sharing all the details and announcements all week long. Today is technically day 0, and Google will be taking the stage tomorrow morning at 9:00 AM PDT for their first and only keynote this year. This is where we'll be learning all the news and putting rumors to rest. In the meantime check out our on-site preview, through Glass.
Computex quickly approaching it's about time we start seeing teaser videos and hints at what companies might be bringing to the show, and today ASUS has done just that. The folks from ASUS released a quick Computex 2013 teaser trailer, and mention the word "Transform" about 4 times and it has our interest piqued.
Google would be introducing some sort of paid channel subscription service for YouTube. Paying a monthly fee to watch your favorite YouTuber. Many were expecting something quite large, but today Google quietly confirmed that starting today this is real and available now in a small pilot program.
Netflix, they've just updated the app with improved features and a few bug fixes. Read on to see what's new in the latest Netflix for Android.
LG Optimus G. So decent in fact, that Google decided to use many aspects of the device and collaborated with LG on their own flagship smartphone for Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the LG Nexus 4. Now less than a year later we have the new and improved, in every aspect, LG Optimus G Pro on the AC test bench. With a 5.5-inch 1080p screen that matches the Note II as well as specs and a price that matches the smaller GALAXY S 4, read on to see what it's all about.
Google could have planned for YouTube. Obviously YouTube isn't showing any signs of slowing down, but they might as well improve it and capitalize on the billions of viewers, right? Today we're hearing YouTube will announce paid channel subscriptions soon, possibly sometime this week.
Google Glass take the stage, and they had a bit of fun at Google and other tech fans expense.