Someone got Android Wear running on Samsung’s Gear 2 watch

Don’t despair if you bought Samsung’s Gear 2 smartwatch, only to realize that you wanted the Android-powered Gear Live instead — there might be a solution in the works. XDA tinkerer biktor_gj has successfully loaded Android Wear on the Gear 2 after … View full post on Engadget RSS Feed

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - April 27, 2015 at 5:52 am

Sony Xperia P2 to have a transparent band, 4240mAh battery

The Sony Xperia P series may be old but it seems the Japanese company still has plans to revive it by launching the Xperia P2. We’re still regarding this as a rumor for now but some images were posted on a Chinese website complete with specs and dimensions. The new [Read More...]

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ZTE SPRO 2 Smart Projector: hands-on at IFA 2015

Remember the ZTE SPRO 2 projector that made its way into AT&T’s catalog last week? Chances are, you probably didn’t get too hyped up about a portable projector. But these things seem to be growing in number and popularity these days that you can no longer ignore their presence. At [Read More...]

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Huawei P8 Lite now available to pre-order through independent retailer in Germany

Today, the scaled-down variant of Huawei’s flagship smartphone of 2015, the P8, popped up for pre-order in Germany. The P8 Lite is available in either black or silver, and carries a price tag of €249 ($270). With regards to specifications, the P8 Lite packs a 5-inch display with a resolution of [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - April 26, 2015 at 11:52 am

Verizon to sell LG’s Watch Urbane for $349 from April 28th

With its round face and sophisticated design, it’s easy to see why many of us think that LG’s Watch Urbane is arguably one of the most stylish looking smartwatches around. LG’s latest smartwatch only became available in Korea yesterday, and now we have news that the US carrier, Verizon, will be offering [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - April 25, 2015 at 9:52 pm

Verizon’s HTC One (M8) bug crashing apps left and right

A few days ago, my HTC One (M8) purchased through Verizon started experiencing difficulties opening an app or two. Select apps crash immediately after launching and other force close when hitting the back button. I had initially thought it was an issue for those apps and didn’t think much of [Read More...]

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OPPO bezel-less phone concept revealed in images, video

It is no secret that OPPO has been working on a bezel-less design for a smartphone. This first showed up in some leaked images for what was believed to be the OPPO R7 and then again for a device that may be the OPPO R5 successor. However, other leaked renders [Read More...]

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HTC tries to get creative with Cellami

HTC has released a new video that takes aim at Samsung, Apple, and really all other smartphone manufacturers through a spoof of pharmaceutical ads. The ad is for a fictional drug called Cellami which is supposed to help someone suffering from Bi-phonal Displeasure Disorder. In the ad, HTC takes shots at [Read More...]

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Google apologizes for crude Apple image in Google Maps

By now you’ve probably seen that sneaky little surprise in Google maps of an Android pissing on an Apple logo. We all sort of figured Google didn’t have anything to do with it, (not intentionally, anyway) but they’ve publicly come out and apologized for the gag, anyway. The image ended up in [Read More...]

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Google search can send directions to your Android phone

Sending directions from a Google desktop search to an Android phone is now made easier. Before digital maps and traffic apps, I would just rely on my email for reading the directions I listed down or simply look on a screenshot of a Google Maps page. That seems so last [Read More...]

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