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RelativeWave, the team behind the Mac app Form, has announced that it is now part of Google. As part of the acquisition, Google has made the $ 80 prototyping and design app available as a free download on the Mac App Store. The RelativeWave team will continue development of the app under Google.

AT&T GoPhone plans have had a bit of an update today by way of a new $ 45 plan that offers 1GB of data. That settles in between the previous two-tier plan approach with $ 40 for 500MB and $ 60 for 2.5GB, which have the same data allotments. Perhaps more importantly, for the $ 45 and $ 60 plans AT&T will now just throttle speeds to 128kbps after the high-speed data allotment is up, rather  [Read More...]

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge review

Samsung’s first curved Note is an interesting tech demo, but it’s far from a slam-dunk overall

Samsung has been at the forefront of new display technologies throughout recent history, pushing the limits of what AMOLED panels in phones and tablets can do. And beyond improvements in resolution, brightness and colors, Samsung has recently tinkered with curved and flexible displays of all sizes and types.

But in terms of real consumer products, that history is much shorter.  [Read More...]

Weekly Photo Contest: Neon

Whether you want a flashy light-up sign or just want to be noticed with some bright colors on a something you wear, we’re all aware of how neon can stand out. No matter the time of year or hour of day you can always get attention with neon colors, and this week we’re hoping it attracts the attention of your cameras. We want to see the best “neon” shots you can take with your Android phone.

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It looks like Google is keeping the train rolling in its efforts to support apps from developers around the world. The company announced today via its Android developers blog that Chinese developers will now be able to offer both free and paid apps in the Google Play Store.

Moto Keylink

Do you lose your phone and or keys often? We’ve all done it and it is very frustrating sometimes. One minute, you have your phone, the next minute it is mysteriously gone… Today, Motorola announced their solution to all of our troubles: Motorola Keylink.

Motorola Keylink is a device you attach to your key chain that can help you locate your phone, from upwards of  [Read More...]

We can see through glass, but we couldn’t see past all of the great entries in this week’s photo contest. We had three full pages of photos int he forums, all hitting the topic perfectly. It was tough to pick out just two winners, but we narrowed it down — read along and see the winners this week.

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Amazon UK now offering the Nexus 6 SIM-unlocked

Nexus 6

We have a good news for all Android fans living in UK. Recently, we heard that Nexus 6 is ‘coming soon’ to United Kingdom, but thanks to Amazon UK, it is happening already. They are offering it for £499.99 and in that price, it is obviously SIM-unlocked. Nexus 6 is manufactured by Motorola, and it is the first smartphone to run the latest Android 5.0  [Read More...]

If you own a Sony Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact, or Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact, you make be eligible for three free movies as part of Sony’s giveaway. The movie titles include The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Captain Phillips, and Ghostbusters. The offer is presented to owners of the Xperia Z3 family in select regions, including the UK, France, Spain, and the U.S.

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Google is now allowing developers to embed Photo Sphere in addition to Street View images in Google Maps on their own websites. The capabilities are now part of the Google Maps Embed API. Previously, web developers were able to embed a Photo Sphere that they had captured, but not public ones. The latest change allows you to embed a public Photo Sphere from Google Maps into your own website.

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