We’ve had the pricing and availability for most of Samsung’s new tablets since early last month, but the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 has been without a specific launch date until today.
We now know that the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 will be available starting March 9th at Amazon, Best Buy, Fry’s, Newegg, PC Richard and Sons, Tiger Direct and Walmart. The 32GB model will run you $ 649.99, but remember that you do get an abundance of free Perks to [Read More...]
Motorola Migrate also updated with two usability fixes to better control your data
Motorola’s Touchless Control app, the brains behind the always-listening function in the Moto X and new Droids, is being updated today with an interesting new feature that reads your notifications aloud. Along with the other commands you have such as making calls and Google searches, you can now say “What’s up” or “Read notifications” to have the phone read [Read More...]
Notes seamlessly switch from handwriting to other inputs, work with stylus or finger
Notes can be made up for more than just inserted images and printed text, and that’s why Evernote announced today that it is integrating full-blown handwriting input in the latest release of its app. Evernote points out that this isn’t just another input method, but complete handwriting integration that makes it fit in with the rest of the [Read More...]
Motorola is hip. You want proof?
Touchless Control, Moto’s ‘always listening’ app, just updated with an awesome feature. If you have a new notification, you can now say ”What’s up?” or “Read notifications” and your phone will read your notifications aloud.
Keep in mind that if you have multiple new notifications, it will read all of them, not just the most recent. Kudos to Motorola for adding functionality to an already awesome app.
They also added end-of-speech detection, allowing users to [Read More...]
The highest-end of the low-end brings new ‘Knock Code’ to more people
Following up on the announcement just before MWC that its L Series III devices will be coming to market in short order, we now have more details and a launch window for the highest-end of the bunch, the L90. Before you prepare to get blown away, let’s remember that these devices are targeted at the lower end of the market with the goal of [Read More...]
View multiplayer invites, see who is playing what, and discover fun new games
Google has pushed out a sizable update for Google Play Games today (yay, Wednesday!) and the changes finally make the app worth using. There are three major changes, and they are ones that I think everyone is going to like.
See invitations for multiplayer games See who’s playing a game Search for something fun to play in Find [Read More...]
If you’re a Nexus 5 owner then you’ll know about the bug which causes the phone’s CPU to be maxed out when using the camera, resulting in high battery drain. According to a post by Google on the company’s issues tracker, it seems Google have isolated the issue and will be issuing a fix shortly.
The bug is caused by something called “mm-qcamera-daemon” which causes high battery consumption, and since this process is related to handling camera data, it means [Read More...]
The new One shows its softer side with age
Where the old HTC One had polycarbonate-injected sharp-edged sides, the latest pictographic leak of the upcoming new-for-2014 HTC One shows it with the already-known full metal body, but accentuating the newer, more-friendly curves of the edge. There are a bunch of small details to be considered — the broader curve of the top and bottom corners, that glossy black plastic strip [Read More...]
With all of the privacy concerns in the U.S. with the National Security Agency, some smartphone makers are trying to provide their customers with more security and privacy.
You may be familiar with one that was recently launched at Mobile World Congress, Blackphone, that runs its own PrivatOS and is built on Android, offering anonymous search functions, smart disabling of WiFi, private calling, anonymous anti-theft and remote wiping features, all for $ 629.