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Sprint now rolling out Android 4.4 KitKat for LG G Flex

Sprint customers rocking an LG G Flex will be happy to hear that an Android 4.4 KitKat update is rolling out presently. Just remember that there are some significant changes about how SD cards work in this update, though there are plenty of other features.

How many of you on Sprint have got the KitKat update? Any LG G Flex owners still waiting on it?

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Samsung introduces 20.7-megapixel Galaxy K Zoom

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Samsung on Tuesday announced its latest member of the Galaxy family of devices, introducing the 20.7-megapixel Galaxy K zoom. Powered by Android 4.4 KitKat, the camera-centric unit features a hexa-core processor, 4.8-inch 720p display, 2GB RAM, and 8GB internal storage. Indeed, all of the familiar smartphone features are present, including  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom specs

The Samsung Galaxy K Zoom is part smartphone, part camera — and one hell of an interesting product. It’s got a 20.7-megapixel sensor sitting atop a 4.8-inch smartphone running Android 4.4 KitKat. It’s got all the connectivity you’d expect in a modern device. And while it departs a bit from your typical smartphone design — mainly because it’s got a rather large (by most smartphone standards, anyway) camera on the back, it’s still a sexy looking device.

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Samsung Galaxy K Zoom gallery

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Take a look at Samsung’s latest member of the Galaxy family, the camera-centric Galaxy K zoom.

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Samsung Galaxy K Zoom camera is official

Part Galaxy smartphone, with a whole lot of camera (and 10x optical zoom!) added on

Samsung Electronics UK today has announced the Galaxy K Zoom, a new “Camera-Specialized Smartphone” that sports a 20-megapixel sensor on a 4.8-inch smartphone body.

This is an Android-based system, running Android 4.4 KitKat. Samsung’s got a suite of custom software on board as well, including a “lite” version of its excellent S-Health app, and the new Ultra Power Saving Mode. It’s  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy S5 cases

We’re rounding up the best cases for the Samsung Galaxy S5, including Samsung’s own S-View Case, third-party Galaxy S5 cases, and anything else we can get our hands on.

Samsung posts $51.8 billion in revenues, $7.3 billion net profit in Q1 2014

Korean manufacturer rightfully expects Galaxy S5 sales to surpass that of the Galaxy S4

Samsung has just released its earnings report for the first quarter of 2014, ending a relatively flat three months with either modest gains or declines for most areas of its business. The company as a whole ended Q1 with $ 51.8 billion in revenue, up slightly year-over-year, leading to $ 8.2 billion in operating profit and $ 7.3 billion in net profit.  [Read More…]

Google’s self-driving cars are hitting the city streets, handling the chaos well

With a post on its official blog today, Google is giving an update on its self-driving car initiative, showing that the latest goal is to improve driving on city streets. Google’s self-driving car project has already driven thousands of miles without a hitch, but until recently has primarily focused on simple highway driving. As anyone who has driven through a busy city core before knows, there are new and drastically more difficult to handle situations in the city  [Read More…]

More HTC ‘M8 Ace’ details emerge, indicating plastic build and lower price

The HTC One M8 hasn’t been out for all that long, but that doesn’t mean it’s not too early for the variants to start coming. The “M8 Ace” leaked out in pictographic style in early April, but haven’t learned much about it since then. Until now.

Sense 6 update for HTC One (M7) and One Max variants reach ‘certification’ status on HTC website

In the name of transparency, HTC has just updated its software update support page to indicate that several variants of the HTC One (M7) and One Max are one step closer to a Sense 6 software update. Coming up just a week after HTC let everyone know that the Sense 6 update was on its way and in “integration” (that’s step 2 of 4), the page has been updated to reflect that nearly every version is  [Read More…]