Author Archives: Cory Gunther

Cory Gunther is currently an associate editor for SlashGear and senior editor for Android Community. Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, he's responsible for all things Android on both sites, and never leaves the house without a few smartphones and a tablet. You can follow him on Twitter, or keep up with him on Google+

Hisense Sero 7 Pro Tablet leaks to take on the Nexus 7

Hisense Sero 7 Pro Tablet leaks to take on the Nexus 7

Hisense, a company known for making budget Chinese tablets, will soon be releasing their Android tablets stateside. Late last month a new Hisense Sero 7 tablet was spotted clearing the FCC here in the US, and today we have all the details. Their first official Google Play certified Android tablet to go on sale stateside is pretty impressive. It has more to offer than the Nexus 7, and only comes in at $99. Read on for more details on this exclusive first look.

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Google+ gets revamped with over 41 new features

Google+ gets revamped with over 41 new features

Today the folks from Google have been going quite fast here at IO with the news. From Android, Chrome, and more, but now we're focusing on an area they've been giving a lot of attention lately. Google+. Google's social network is about to get a major overhaul, which users will start seeing later today. They've confirmed over 41 new features are coming, as well as a brand new news stream.

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Google confirms over 900 million Android activations, 48bn app installs

Google confirms over 900 million Android activations, 48bn app installs

Today we've just officially kicked off Google I/O, and to start things off Google's own Sundar Pichai is on the stage talking about the past, the future, personal computing and more. And right out of the gate we're already getting to the good stuff. Talking Android, Chrome, numbers and of course Android. Today Google is proud to announce that they've nearly reached the 1 billion mark.

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Google Glass vs HTC One vs Olympus OM-D video shootout

Google Glass vs HTC One vs Olympus OM-D video shootout

With Google Glass finally in the hands of developers, and HTC's flagship One smartphone readily available around the globe it's time to test the video camera capabilities a bit, while also showing off some cool new technology. Get ready for a video capture comparison from Google Glass, the HTC One, and the Olympus OM-D camera. What makes this even better is you're getting an overload of technology, because this video shootout is done while also taking a peek at NVIDIA's SHIELD controlling the Parrot AR Drone.

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Sensoria Socks technology aims to prevent injury before it happens

Sensoria Socks technology aims to prevent injury before it happens

As wearable computing technology continues to improve, companies are looking for more and more ways we can use the data received and technology at hand to better products, and ourselves. With Sensoria Socks from Heapsylon, they are using new technology to not only track fitness like the Nike FuelBand and others, but also prevent injury before they happen.

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Intel confirms 4th gen ‘Haswell’ processor to appear at Computex

Intel confirms 4th gen ‘Haswell’ processor to appear at Computex

We all knew this was coming, but today it's now official. The folks from Intel took to their social network channels to tease a countdown to their next Intel Core processors. The 4th generation chip that's known as 'Haswell' that will be powering laptops, ultrabooks and hybrid portable devices moving forward. That countdown ends this summer on June 3rd.

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GALAXY S 4 quad-core Snapdragon model gets rooted before release

GALAXY S 4 quad-core Snapdragon model gets rooted before release

The Qualcomm Snapdragon-based quad-core Samsung GALAXY S 4 flagship smartphone is just days away from hitting multiple US carriers, and before its even been released the handset has already received a root exploit. While a few inventory issues delayed the release date, with 100 million sales expected Android developers are already hard at work for the smartphone.

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HTC One updated with camera enhancement suite and more in Europe

HTC One updated with camera enhancement suite and more in Europe

The folks from HTC have just confirmed that all those proud owners of the international HTC One are about to get a software update, bringing a slew of improvements and fixes to the Ultrapixel camera. While the flagship device is just arriving in the US for AT&T and others, the international model has been available for some time and is getting its first major update.

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LG Lucid 2 Review

LG Lucid 2 Review

Last year Verizon and LG partnered up to offer an inexpensive smartphone in the LG Lucid with 4G LTE, and now a year later we have the new and improved LG Lucid 2 on the SlashGear review bench. Today we'll be taking a look at LG's latest budget friendly 4G LTE packing smartphone over on Verizon Wireless. It's absolutely free on contract from Big Red and runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and more so read on to see if it's worth it - even for a freebie.

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NVIDIA: GTX Titan is a supercomputer in your home

NVIDIA: GTX Titan is a supercomputer in your home

Here live at GTC 2013 Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO, NVIDIA took the stage for the opening keynote, and quickly got things started off by jumping right in with the GTX Titan. Obviously NVIDIA is extremely proud of the brand new single-GPU powerhouse, and we're expecting plenty of details to quickly follow.

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GTC 2013: We’re Here!

GTC 2013: We’re Here!

It's that time of year again for all those diehard gaming and graphics fans. The annual GPU Technology Conference has just kicked off live in San Jose in the heart of Silicon Valley. There's plenty going on again this year, especially with NVIDIA's new GTX Titan graphics card taking front and center. Read on for more details on what to expect.

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Apple dominates the sky according to WiFi provider Gogo

Apple dominates the sky according to WiFi provider Gogo

Apple's iPhone and iPad reign supremacy above the clouds when it comes to in-flight internet access according to a new infographic being detailed today. The popular in-flight WiFi company Gogo has just released some detailed information regarding what devices are most preferred, at least while in the air. With smartphones and tablets taking in nearly 67% of all devices read on for the full breakdown.

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