This week we’re seeing the real-deal LG G Vista appear on AT&T, ready for the market later this summer. This is the LG G3 in a larger size, effectively, with not quite as awesome a set of specifications. Instead of a 2K display, for example, it has 720p across its 5.7-inch screen. The LG G3 has literally 4x the amount of pixels across its display.
Back on July 23rd, 2014, we saw the first collection of early mentions of the Google Play Summer event. This event would have a number of apps, movies, and music tapped for lower prices than usual, all wrapped up in one handy package. As it turns out, the time is now, and it’s not quite so cut and dry.
On launch, the Moto X was slightly behind the spec curve. It had decent hardware, but not the bleeding-edge hardware we’d come to expect from a flagship handset. The Moto X+1 — or whatever it ends up being named — has purportedly hit Geekbench, giving us a glimpse at the performance of what may be the newest Motorola flagship.
This week some folks close to Samsung have clearly found it unnecessary to wait until IFA 2014 begins to let their next wearable loose. The Samsung Gear Solo has been revealed by "industry sources" to roll with full SIM-card compatibility, meaning you’ll be able to browse the web and make calls straight from your wrist.
Users of all versions of the Facebook app will soon be required to download a separate app called Facebook Messenger to continue using their Facebook Messenger abilities. The original Facebook app for iOS, Android, and all other mobile platforms will no longer feature Messenger abilities - and spoke people aren’t especially happy about that. But why?
This week we’re hearing more about the next generation of Nexus tablet greatness, the Nexus 9. This device (codenamed Flounder/Volantis) is set to replace the soon-to-be-empty spot in Google Play with a machine that closely resembles the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet. This begins with HTC manufacturing and ends with a 64-bit NVIDIA Tegra SoC.
Announced at Google I/O this year, Google Fit is the search giant’s aim at getting users and Developers alike more interested in what wearables can do for our health. they’ve now made the Software Development Kit (SDK) available for preview, giving us all the first glimpses at just what Fit can do for us.
When we first heard about digital tattoos, the thought of forever bonding one’s self with technology that could very well be outdated by the time the art was done seemed… less than appealing. As it turned out, Motorola’s first chatter on the next level in the wearables game wasn’t quite so permanent. This week we’re having a peek at the digital tattoo as created by VivaLnk for Motorola’s Moto X.
This morning the device code-named Samsung Galaxy Alpha has appeared at the FCC, making its reveal and appearance all the more likely for next month. It appears quite likely that this smartphone will be revealed for the first time September 3rd. It’ll be there that the next Samsung Galaxy Note will be unveiled as well: Samsung Galaxy Note 4, for those of you keeping count.