Nov 22nd - Earlier this week Google gave us a sneak peek at their upcoming Google Glass Development Kit (GDK), a set of tools developers will use to hit the ground running with Glassware ( Google Glass apps). While the GDK still isn’t ready for prime time, Google Developers did announce via their G+ page that the Glass …
Recent in Day: November 22, 2013
Nov 22nd - More of a flirting app, then a full-on dating service, Tinder is getting an overhaul today in the Google Play Store. The first major update since we first told you about the app back in July, the update brings a brand spanking new UI along with user-created lists to help organizes matches. For those unaware, …
Nov 22nd - The Samsung Galaxy S3 has been updated to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean on US Cellular and Sprint. The update includes new Premium Suite features as well as Galaxy Gear and Samsung Knox compatibility for Sprint’s variant.
Nov 22nd - Two disruptive technologies will join forces as Motorola tasks 3D printing firm 3D Systems with production of their forward-thinking smartphone platform. Will the result be a mobile and manufacturing revolution?
Nov 22nd - The Galaxy S series has long been haunted by cheap-feeling plastic, but is that about to change? A new leak gives us our first look at what is purported to be the METAL frame of the Galaxy S5.
Nov 22nd - This week on the podcast we celebrate the arrival of Instagram for Windows Phone users, and we try not to make fun of them (too much). We also talk about the trendy new Coin credit card, tons of Android 4.4 KitKat updates, and our Nexus 5 review. Everything we talked about can be found below. …
Nov 22nd - Motorola has posted two more of its apps to the Play Store, but the news doesn’t come with greater device support. Motorola Assist and Connect remain exclusive to the Moto X and latest Droid devices.
Nov 22nd - A leaked update schedule claims the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 will see their update to Android 4.4 KitKat in January of next year.
Nov 22nd - The latest update to the Google Play Store is geared toward tablet users, highlighting apps built for the larger form factor and encouraging developers to optimize their software for larger displays. Is it the first step toward fixing Android’s tablet app problem?