After having announced the LG G Pad 10.1 earlier this year, it seems that LG’s larger slate is now making its way to the U.S. arriving at Best Buy retail stores for $ 250. The G Pad 10.1 joins the LG G Pad 8.3, but with more modest specs to keep the pricing low and competitive.
Headed to the beach or an amusement park this summer? You’re going to want to ensure you’ve got enough juice to get your smartphone through the day or weekend. While this isn’t necessarily an issue for individual devices it can become a problem when you’ve got a family or friends to look out for. To solve that problem we often turn to external battery packs [Read More...]
Anybody packing Google Glass will now have a good reason to wear them while shopping, since eBay-owned RedLaser has just released their eyewear-friendly version. Using the integrated camera or microphone on Google Glass, users can do product look-ups spanning a massive database, compare prices, and find nearby retailers just itching to sell that certain something to you.
You can get GPS coordinates and navigation to get there, or if they offer online selling, you can have [Read More...]
LG haven’t wasted any time building on their latest flagship LG G3 device by formally introducing the G3 Cat 6 – the companies latest flagship device. But fear not, it’s pretty much the same LG G3 you know and love but with LTE-A connectivity and a Snapdragon 805 processor.
The Adreno 420 GPU included in the Snapdragon 805 processor will offer a speed boost most [Read More...]
Following up on our Yahoo Mail review, Yahoo Weather is the next in the family we’re going to dig into. Like their other apps, Yahoo Weather earns big points for a sharp interface and tight integration with other services.
Yahoo has done an absolutely great job with most of their Android apps, and Yahoo Weather is no exception.
Republic Wireless is offering customers a free Google Chromecast if they purchase a new Motorola Moto X smartphone online from the no-contract wireless carrier.
The rumored HTC smartwatch has been spotted in an official company video, however it’s not much more than a brief cameo. Jump to about the 35-second mark and you’ll see the unannounced wearable sitting to the right of computer. It’s unclear whether the watch is on a charging dock, a prototype holder, or something entirely [Read More...]
All the LG G3 you love, with plenty of AT&T piled on for flavor
All of us here at the AC office are pretty much in love with the LG G3. We’re not even going to try and deny it, nor should we. This is a damn good phone. It was good when Alex first reviewed it (and that is a must-read) and I was happy when Phil shipped me the AT&T version to have a [Read More...]
Do you wish stock Android would do a little bit more? Tired of relying on third party developers or manufacturers to add the features you feel should be standard in Android? I could not agree more. As great as Android is, there are some shortcomings in the system. Do not take me the wrong way, I feel it is the greatest mobile operating system in the [Read More...]
The European LG G3 — the LG-D855 if you want to get technical — has today received its first over-the-air update, landing on firmware version 10e. Unlocked G3s in the UK and parts of Asia, where the D855 is also sold, seem to be first with this update; other countries and carrier variants likely to get the update in the days and weeks ahead. It’s not entirely clear what’s new in v10e, but the update dialog [Read More...]