Stand-alone gaming console isn’t going away, but you may just see the ecosystem grow to more devices soon
Since launching its Android-powered gaming console to the public in the middle of last year, OUYA hasn’t exactly been in the spotlight. Taking to its official blog, the OUYA team wanted to give us an update on what’s been happening at the company and of course to tease something new. In the last year, the [Read More...]
KitKat jumps to 2.5 percent of active devices, up solidly from February
Google has just released its monthly report on the number of active devices using each Android platform version, and march 2014 looks very similar to last month. On the legacy end, Android 2.2 Froyo has dipped to just 1.2 percent of active devices, while 2.3 Gingerbread has finally dipped under the 20 percent mark. Honeycomb somehow holds on to [Read More...]
Samsung have today announced the launch of their Chromebook 2 devices – a new lineup of laptop running Chrome OS, available in 11.6-inches and 13.3-inches with a faux leather lid.
The 13.3-inch version will feature a full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, and both models feature Samsung’s Exynos 5 Octa processor and 4GB of RAM.
Samsung says that the Chromebook 2 lineup will cold boot in less than 10 [Read More...]
Ashton Kutcher joined Lenovo as more than just a celebrity endorsement. He’s not just a pretty face Lenovo can toss around. The guy is smart, having studied biochemical engineering (though leaving before graduating). He also keeps up to date with technology and even has his own investment company. His role at Lenovo is quite involved.
This partnership with Lenovo brings together my love of technology and design that makes your life better. I can’t wait to dig in and help [Read More...]
It looks like the Near Field Communications revolution is finally getting underway. After over a year of NFC chips being available in several different models of Android devices, major third-party developers are finally starting to incorporate the technology into their apps. Scanning tags is fun and all, but using NFC to share information in popular apps between devices is where NFC really shines. An update to the Foursquare app allows you to [Read More...]
FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction is demolition racing at its extreme. The PC series has previously been available through Steam, but now the developer Team6 is bringing their latest creation to the Android Market. Company CEO Ronnie Nelis recently revealed that FlatOut 3′s popular Stuntman mode would be turned into a full-blown game for Android devices.
The concept of the game is simple. Gameplay includes the player driving their vehicles into [Read More...]
U.S. Cellular has just announced the first two devices to run on its 4G LTE network launching in select markets next month – the Samsung Galaxy [Read More...]
We’ve known this was coming for some time now, but US Cellular has finally laid out specific details on their 4G LTE launch. You’ll be able to kick the tires and light the fires and of course also satisfy your need for speed in March. That is of course assuming that you are in one of the select cities in Iowa, Maine, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas and/or Wisconsin that [Read More...]
Looks like AT&T is wasting no time bringing its version of the Samsung Galaxy Note to market. If the latest rumors from BGR are to be believed, the carrier plans to launch Samsung’s 5.3-inch phone/tablet hybrid on Feb. 18 for $ 299.99 on-contract.
The blog also reports that two new, unannounced devices will be making their debut the very same day — the Samsung Rugby Smart and the AT&T Fusion. The [Read More...]
LG’s current flagship device has made quite a name for itself over the past several months. The Optimus LTE, according to LG, has been sold over a million times in the markets [Read More...]