There’s little we can’t guess about the LG G3 at this point. This morning LG seems to have understood the leaks are there, out in the wild, taking to the public with a teaser video that essentially confirms the lot. Today we get to see the LG G3 in glimpses straight from the source.
Rumors of the next Surface tablet have increased in recent weeks, and now it looks like we've only a few remaining before we'll get an official look at the device. Microsoft has fired off an invitation for a Surface event slated for May 20, during which we'll likely be introduced to the Surface Mini.
This week the folks at Blizzard Entertainment have let it be known that their annual gaming event extravaganza will be taking place on November 7th and 8th in Anaheim. Ticket sales for this event have been tipped for May 7th and May 10th, with a spread left open for a breather - one batch will be released one day, another on the other.
Starting at 4PM PDT today - that’s California time - you’ll find Google’s registration for their developer conference opening their doors. This registration is unique in that previous years had hopeful attendees signing up as fast as their buttons would click, while this year all is random. The times are set, but the choosing of who goes is said to be done with a selection up to the fates.
This morning we’re set to have a peek at the newest in HTC smartphone technology in the all new HTC One - codename M8. This device is set to bring all aspects of the HTC One from 2013 up a notch, everywhere from battery life to camera abilities. We’re at the event now - start time is set for 11AM Eastern time - less than 10 minutes away! UPDATE: See our HTC One M8 first hands-on experience now!
This year for Mobile World Congress was a rebirth of sorts, owing largely to the restructuring of Samsung’s release schedule, Sony’s continued success with their Z series, Nokia’s push of Android, and the next big wave of wearables. We’ve also seen brands like Lenovo and HTC push hard with devices that aren’t aimed directly at the top tier. This is an interesting time for smartphones and mobile devices of all kinds - it’s no longer just about the biggest and the best.
It’s just 126 days until Google I/O 2014, the company’s annual developers conference that’ll once again be taking place at Moscone West (aka the Moscone Center) in San Francisco, California. This event will be largely the same as in past years with a similar setup and subject matter - as far as we know - while the sign-up process will be entirely different.
This week the folks behind HTC’s promotional distribution have made clear their intent on pushing their next-generation hero phone later in the month of March. While it was widely expected that HTC would make the same move as last year with the HTC One, releasing their device immediately before and during Mobile World Congress, it would appear that HTC and Samsung have switched places.
This year at CES 2014 there's already one whole heck of a lot of new technologically advanced devices and software innovation, but for the reader, experiencing the action is much as it's been for quite a few years. Here at SlashGear we've got a sharp team of reporters jumping in on coverage in Las Vegas from very early in the morning to quite-late at night, starting today (Sunday, January 5th), and rolling through the end of the week. For starters, you'll want to follow SlashGear's CES and/or CES 2014 tag portals.
The official Microsoft developer event series by the name of Build 2014 has been announced, moving to the Moscone Center in San Francisco. This location is the same as used by Apple, Samsung, and Google for their yearly developer events, making this one of the most developer-frenzied event centers in the world without a doubt. This event will be held on April 2nd on through the 4th of 2014.
Invites have been sent today to a collection of Instagram users and press alike, these invites containing a block of wood with an Instagram photo printed up front. These blocks are approximately 4-inches wide and 4-inches tall and have a hole at the back made for hanging. These blocks could very well mean that Instagram is moving forward with physical printing on a variety of objects in the near future.