Lenovo‘s Yoga series has made a name for themselves in the industry pushing the boundaries of shape, form factor and all around physical features in mobile computing. The Lenovo Yoga tablet stays true to its name in pioneering something completely new in an Android tablet.
Probably the most notable hardware of any Android powered tablet I’ve seen to date, when [Read More...]
A popular photography app called Frontback just found its way from iOS to Android today. Though it’s fundamentally another photo-sharing app, it’s got the resonably fun gimmick of shooting from both the front and back camera at the same time. Both images are posted, one on top of the other, leading to some interesting pairings.
For those of you who use the quick-typing giant Fleksy Keyboard, you should be receiving a pretty notable update today. The update mainly brings support for 6 new languages, altered keyboard layouts (depending on what language you’re using), and a bunch of bug fixes.
Here is the entire changelog for Fleksy 2.1:
Added Swedish, Danish, Malay, Hungarian, Czech, and Slovakian to their already long list [Read More...]
LG is teaming up with TSMC to manufacture their own processors. LG has long used Qualcomm processors in their devices, but the move to design and build their own processors follows in the footsteps of Android rival Samsung, who has been manufacturing their own Exynos processors for years. Apple, too, has been designing their own processors, including the Apple A7 that powers the most recent generation iPhone 5s, iPad Air, and iPad Mini.
Google yesterday revealed that the Project Ara modular smartphone should arrive in January 2015. Known as the “Gray Phone”, it’s deliberately designed to be a generic unit that begs for customization. Pricing is expected to be around $ 50 for the base device.
As a refresher, Project Ara is the code name for Google’s initiative that lets users swap out components of a smartphone as [Read More...]
Google’s Project Tango is a device unlike any other, and it’s also one most of us will never actually get to see. It is just a developer prototype after all. But, that hasn’t stopped those teardown-mongers at iFixit getting hold of a non-functional unit and stripping it bare for us to see what’s inside.
The regular smartphone specs are pretty decent; a Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage with an additional [Read More...]
One of the more popular endless running games out there, Subway Surfers, has had a big update in time for Easter. Players can now run through the subways of Rome, and access a new local racer, Roberto. There are also weekly egg hunts with unique rewards, plus a new unlockable costume for Zoe and a new Kick-off board to earn. To top things off, there’s a fresh series of Spray Can Awards for rising to particularly [Read More...]
When Samsung’s new range of smartwatches came out a lot of emphasis was placed around just what devices they would be compatible with, given the lack of compatibly the previous Galaxy Gear launched with.
With the release of the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit, Samsung has detailed the 20 compatible Galaxy devices.
The Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and Gear Fit is [Read More...]
Made of a durable plastic, this hard case from Mobi Products is designed specifically for the HTC One (M7) and has cut outs for all of the devices features while leaving the screen exposed for full functionality. The front and back shells snap together for all-around protection against damage.
The Mobi Hard Shell Case is available for just $ 4.95, 75% off today only. Color options include black, blue, red, purple and pink.
Canada Deal [Read More...]
Amazon have implemented their OAuth 2.0 protocol Login with Amazon (LWA), which was announced last year, on the Kindle fire, bringing single sign-on for Amazon customers.
Starting today, mobile apps and games that use Login with Amazon on these Kindle Fire devices will no longer need to ask Amazon customers to sign in each time the app is run. Instead, the first time the app [Read More...]