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AT&T LG Optimus G Pro just the latest to get KitKat

More Android 4.4 KitKat goodness is on the way to AT&T subscribers. Anyone rocking the LG Optimus G Pro should be getting update notifications. Changes include fresh status and navigation bars, a new full-screen mode, improved security, responsiveness, and battery life, Google Cloud Printer support, and all of the other good stuff you expect from Android KitKat.

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HBO shows start arriving in Amazon Instant Video, just as promised

The first wave of HBO shows on Amazon Instant Video just went live, including big-name shows like The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire, True Blood, The Wire, Deadwood, Six Feet Under, Big Love, and Rome. Prime subscribers are getting access to a whole bunch of other great shows that will never be coming to Netflix, as Amazon has locked down HBO as an exclusive as far as online-only streaming services go. HBO Go will be coming to the  [Read More…]

Samsung hasn’t changed Terminal 5 signage and branding, says Heathrow, just being ‘tongue-in-cheek’

Yesterday Samsung announced that they’d be kicking off a “revolutionary” campaign that would involve them “taking over signage, wayfinding, website, and every digital screen” at Heathrow’s incredibly busy Terminal 5 and “rebranding” it as “Terminal Samsung Galaxy S5”. But Mobile Nations has since been informed that Samsung’s “take over” is actually a far more reasonable, more standard form of advertising. In response to my complaints over on iMore yesterday that, as described, the marketing could cause  [Read More…]

Did the Galaxy S5 Google Play edition just sneak through Bluetooth certification?

An unannounced Samsung smartphone — the SM-G900FG — made its way through the Bluetooth SIG’s certification process recently, and this might very well be a Google Play edition of the Samsung Galaxy S5. The current TouchWiz-ed Galaxy S5 is the SM-G900F, and last year’s Galaxy S4 Google Play edition was the GT-I9505G (the standard Galaxy S4 being the GT-I9505), so it stands to reason that a Galaxy S5 with a model number appended with a G  [Read More…]

Google’s new Glass chief has loads of marketing experience, and that’s just what Glass needs

Following the departure of Adrian Wong, the lead engineer on Google Glass, Google has brought on a new head for the Glass department that comes from a very different background. Her name is Ivy Ross, and what she doesn’t have in engineering experience she more than makes up for with marketing. And let’s face it, Glass has had a bit of a problem in the marketing arena, more and more becoming the butt of jokes and  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy Gear for just $99, today only

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If you’re still interested in the original Samsung Galaxy Gear despite the fact Samsung introduced its next generation of wearable watches Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit, we’ve got just the thing for you.

You can get a refurbished Samsung Galaxy Gear on Ebay Deals for $ 99, today only (link below). One can argue that Samsung Galaxy Gear is an obsolete device today considering Samsung’s new  [Read More…]

Get the original Galaxy Gear for just $99 today only

If you’re feeling nostalgic and in the mood for a binge purchase, you can snag the original Galaxy Gear for just $ 99 today thanks to eBay deals. As you well know, the Galaxy Gear has now been replaced with the updated Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo, but the price is low enough that it just might persuade some prospective buyers.

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Refurbished Nexus 7 2013 just $169 on eBay

Heads up, folks. You can get a black Nexus 7 2013 — of the 32GB variety — for just $ 169.99 on eBay today. It’s refurbished, which means it’s not brand-new. But you can’t really beat this price.

You get a 90-day warranty along with it.

The question on the tip of everyone’s tongue, however, is how long before we see this guy get replaced?

Source: eBay

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You can grab the Nexus 10 for just $270 on eBay

While it’s no longer the latest or the greatest Android tablet out there, the Nexus 10 is available on eBay for just $ 270. For your money, you’re getting what was state-of-the-art in late 2012: An Exynos 5 dual, with front facing speakers and one of the best screens you’ll see on a tablet. And direct support from Google, at least until it gets discontinued.

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Through Glass: Relax, this is just the beginning

The latest in our continuing series on living with Google Glass. Russell Holly writes for Geek.com, is a longtime Google Glass wearer, has used Android since before it was cool, and dreams of living in a TARDIS. No, really.