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Casting for Android L teases us with “Sweeeeet” video and a table of treats
Today is National Dessert Day. Did you know that? I certainly didn’t. Sundar Pichai did and he tweeted out a video that just recently made its debut on the Android YouTube channel. The video isn’t anything spectacular, but it is a fun little audition waiting room style shoot that shows various people in various dessert costumes […]
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14-10-2014, 17:00 By Stormy Beach
Verizon soak test for Droid Ultra, Maxx and Mini brings VoLTE
If you own a Verizon-branded Droid Ultra, Maxx or Mini and have previously registered as a member of the Motorola Feedback Network, you should now be receiving an invitation for a brand new soak test. If you chose to accept, you will be prompted to download and install a relatively major functionality update, which brings […]
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14-10-2014, 16:51 By Josh Levenson
Google teases Android L in latest YouTube video
Google has just published a short, “Sweeeeet” video on its official YouTube channel teasing the release of the next big update of its mobile operating system. Although the specific dessert name is still tightly under wraps, the search engine giant did confirm that “L” will be “Android 5.0″ and gave us the names of a […]
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14-10-2014, 16:35 By Josh Levenson
Firefox Stable Hits v33 With Chromecast/Roku Support, Automatic Data Clearing, And More
Chrome got you down in the dumps? Why not try Firefox? It's like Chrome, but developed by the fine people at Mozilla, who also make... um... okay, the point is Mozilla makes Firefox, and it's a good browser. Now it's even better with v33 rolling out to the stable version with support for casting to Chromecast or Roku, better private data management, and more. Here's the full changelog from v33 of Firefox. Firefox Stable Hits v33 With Chromecast/Roku Support, Automatic Data Clearing, And Mo...
14-10-2014, 16:06 By Ryan Whitwam
Verizon to announce new DROID at October 28th event
There certainly have been a number of leaks that have involved the mysterious Motorola DROID Turbo. I suppose with the leaks it isn’t that much of a mystery anymore. While we have seen some images of the device that were found in the DROID Turbo’s user manual and a supposedly slipped image posting of it […]
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14-10-2014, 16:01 By Stormy Beach
H. Tang; A smartwatch designed for Women
Smartwatches and wearable tech have been on the rise over the lat few years. The early years produced some odd creations. There were a number that took off and stood out, like the Pebble and Martian. Now we have Android Wear, and more prolifically known, the Moto 360. Along with the Apple watch. When Google […]
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14-10-2014, 15:37 By Stormy Beach
Botanicula Is A Charming New Point-And-Click Adventure From The Makers Of Machinarium
Machinarium has been around for a few years on virtually every platform, but now we're finally getting something new from Amanita Design. Botanicula shares a gameplay and art style with Machinarium, but it's a completely new adventure about five tree-dwelling friends who must save the last seed from their home tree, which has become infested with nasty parasites. Botanicula is a point-and-click adventure game with tons of puzzles and bonuses to unlock. Botanicula Is A Charming New Point-An...
14-10-2014, 15:30 By Ryan Whitwam
Google Posts 'Sweeeeet' Video Teasing Android's L Release Again
Rumor has it tomorrow is a big day for the Android world. Of course officially, Google hasn't made a peep about potential new devices, their announcement date, or Android's upcoming L incarnation. But Sundar Pichai has just shared a video clearly meant to tease the Android community at least one more time, following the story of the L casting call, where various desserts audition for the role of L's official mascot. Google Posts 'Sweeeeet' Video Teasing Android's L Release Again was written ...
14-10-2014, 15:26 By Liam Spradlin
Soundfreaq Double Spot Bluetooth speaker review
I previously reviewed the Soundfreaq Sound Spot and quickly fell in love with it, due to its portability and powerful sound. And when Soundfreaq announced the Double Spot, I was intrigued. It looks like two Sounds Spots glued together, but takes a more stationary design standpoint. How ...
14-10-2014, 15:15 By Dima Aryeh
Best apps for streaming photos, videos, and music from your Android device to Chromecast [October 2014]
Google’s Chromecast is a fantastic device. It’s one of the easiest ways to stream and share content onto your television screen, including making it simple to cast radio stations, shows on Netflix, or your G+ photos onto a bigger display. At just $35 bucks, it’s the simplest way to get media onto multiple screens. The only […]
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14-10-2014, 15:13 By Jared Peters
Samsung set to roll out Android 4.4.4 update to 9 models of the Galaxy range
According to a leaked update schedule, Samsung is in the process of preparing to roll out the much-anticipated Android 4.4.4 KitKat upgrade to nine variants of its former flagship smartphones before the end of November, 2014. Hit the break below to view the full roadmap. Source: XDA Developers Come comment on this article: Samsung […]
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14-10-2014, 14:53 By Josh Levenson
New images, specs seemingly confirmed for Droid Turbo
For those that have Verizon and are dying for some juicy new Droid Turbo details, we have them for you. An anonymous source has given AndroidCentral some leaked marketing materials for the Droid Turbo, giving us a couple new photos, and confirming many specs that have been rumored. Red (like previously leaked) and black versions... Read more »
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14-10-2014, 14:43 By Benton Trerise
Full Motorola Droid Turbo Details Leaked—5.2-Inch QHD Screen, Snapdragon 805, And 3900mAh Battery
Our friends over at Android Central have apparently gotten their hands on some marketing materials for the upcoming Droid Turbo for Verizon. They confirm much of the information that was already leaked, and also add a few new tidbits for you to chew on. As expected, this phone is packing some crazy hardware. The screen is 5.2-inches, which we already knew, but this new info places the resolution at QHD (2560x1440). Full Motorola Droid Turbo Details Leaked—5.2-Inch QHD Screen, Sn...
14-10-2014, 14:18 By Ryan Whitwam
Forbes: Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Android L due October 15
October should just be dubbed “Nexus month”, as even if Google doesn’t announce a new Nexus at the beginning of the month, the internet blows up with rumors, reports, leaks, and other news about them anyways, and once they do announce it, the rest of the month (or next few months) is spent looking at... Read more »
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New specs for Motorola Shamu suggest quite po...
14-10-2014, 14:11 By Benton Trerise
Shake App – create, sign & send simple legal agreements
The Shake app lets you create, sign and send simple legal agreements on your mobile device. It includes a library or templates including NDAs, Freelance agreements and bill of sales that can be easily filled out and customized. You can also upload your own contract templates so that you can use them on the go.... View Article
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14-10-2014, 14:08 By Antonio Wells
Skype Qik Repurposes Old Brand For A New And Quirky Video Messaging App
In ye olden days of Android, a video-sharing service by the name of Qik attracted millions of users. It grew rapidly enough to catch Skype's eye, and the larger video-based serviced acquired the smaller for a cool $150 million. It eventually shuttered the offering, and now it's bringing it back in the form of a peculiar new video messaging app. Skype Qik draws inspiration from a number of different apps. Skype Qik Repurposes Old Brand For A New And Quirky Video Messaging App was written by t...
14-10-2014, 13:36 By Bertel King, Jr.
New Android ad campaign hints at upcoming Nexus devices
The inexorable announcement of the next round of Nexus devices and Android L is drawing ever nearer, as Google has released a slew of new ads promoting Android. This video above shows an animated version of the rumored Nexus 6. It seems to look like a Moto X (2014) and is obviously quite large.... Read more »
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Motorola Shamu may be the Nexus 6, reports suggest
14-10-2014, 13:36 By Benton Trerise
Rumor: Nexus 6 and 9 to be revealed tomorrow, on sale November 3
The wait for a new Nexus device may finally be at an end. According to a well placed source, Forbes is reporting that Google will unveil the HTC Nexus 9 alongside the Motorola Nexus 6 tomorrow in a blog post with a pre-order date of Friday, October 17, and a purchase date of November ...
14-10-2014, 13:15 By Dustin Earley
New evidence supports Android L to be called ‘Lollipop’
You know those rumors that have been circulating this week suggesting Android L could be called Licorice when it’s launched? Heck, even the guy responsible for the giant lawn decorations has been chatting up the idea of licorice all week. As it turns out, that could all be smoke screen. Newly discovered bug tracking on Chromium... Read more »
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14-10-2014, 13:15 By AndroidGuys