Google may sell Project Ara modules in a Play Store type marketplace

Google’s Project Ara is one of the most highly anticipated developments in the modern smartphone world, assuming it gains traction with developers, manufacturers, and consumers. We know the basic idea behind it, but one thing that Google has never truly clarified was how potential customers could purchase smartphone “modules” for [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - October 23, 2014 at 9:52 am

Firebase, a cloud database company, joins Google’s Cloud Platform team

Google has announced that they’ve acquired a new cloud database company, Firebase. The Firebase team will join Google’s Cloud Platform developers in an effort to make development for mobile devices even easier. Firebase exists to allow developers easy ways to keep data synced between mobile applications and web sites and apps, [Read More...]

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Samsung to Release Note 4 Developer Edition on Verizon

Samsung has a special off-contract Note 4 coming to Verizon for only $662.53. The device is the Developer Edition and features an unlockable bootloader for quickly loading ROMs onto your device. Unfortunately, since the phone is only available off contract, it’s very likely that it won’t develop the large following [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - at 7:52 am

Barnes & Noble and Samsung release new Nook tablet

If you like co-branded tablets and ebook reading gadgets, then you have another great news from Samsung and Barnes & Noble. Just a few months after they released the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, they’re now selling a bigger version of it: the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook 10.1. But along [Read More...]

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Sprint doubles data on their low-end shared data plans

We’ve seen major carriers compete on double data for large family plans, but today Sprint announced a new competitive offer for customers who don’t need quite so much data. The new plan offers 1 GB of data for $20 a month, which is almost double from the old 600 MB [Read More...]

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Solar eclipse and police activity cards now showing up in Google Now

Good news for heavy Google Now users; you’re getting two new types of cards in your automatic information feed. Google has added in support for police activity as well as solar eclipses. The police activity is pretty useful, as it shows nearby criminal activity which can give you a heads [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - at 5:52 am

Moto 360 Wireless Charging Dock now in stock and ready to ship from Google Play

The Moto 360 Wireless Charging Dock is now available in the Google Play  Store. The item had shown up a few days ago, but could not be ordered. That changed today as Google has the units in stock and ready to ship within 1-2 business days after an order is [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - at 4:52 am

Inbox by Gmail gives you another way to look at email

There are some that would have us believe that email is passé and is due an overhaul, if not a replacement, and perhaps to some extent they might be right. But for those who live in their virtual inboxes, that isn’t even an option, Luckily for them, Google, whose business [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - at 3:52 am

Samsung using Sony’s IMX240 camera sensor for the Galaxy Note 4

The Galaxy Note 4 is no slouch in any area. The phone is an absolute beast and one of the standout features is the 16-megapixel camera. Much of the time, hardware manufacturers go with components supplied by competitors. That is exactly the case with the Galaxy Note 4′s camera sensor. [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - at 3:52 am

HTC One (M8) for Verizon now receiving software update with Eye Experience, Android 4.4.4

A software update has arrived for Verizon customers with the HTC One (M8). It brings the Eye Experience software introduced a few weeks ago as well as Android 4.4.4 in a file totaling just over 210MB. The carrier estimates that the update will take six minutes and that is about [Read More...]

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