Janet Kennedy, Microsoft Canada President, has detailed the Cortana availability. As it turns out Canada will be among the first wave of countries to get the virtual assistant upon the update rollout.
Microsoft has previously announced the first market where Cortana will be available is USA. The UK and China will be getting the same treatment and now it turns out Cortana will be localized for Canada in time too. Read more »
Some time ago Lenovo previously announced it will roll out official Android KitKat updates for its 8″ and 10″ Yoga Tablets in June. Well, it is June already and the updates have indeed began seeding to the Yoga slates out there.
You can now get Android 4.4 KitKat for the Yoga Tablet 8 over the air. It is about 450MB big and will bring new dialer, messaging, clock apps plus refreshed notification area. Some of the Lenovo’s exclusive apps will are also getting an UI overhaul. Read more »
A few hours ago Samsung unveiled its flagship tablet series – the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Galaxy Tab S 10.5. They feature high resolution Super AMOLED displays, top-notch chipsets, fingerprint sensors, Galaxy S5-inspired design and super thin and light shells.
We saw a few accessories showcased at the event, but Samsung gave few specifics about those, other than their magnet attachment. Luckily, now we get the press release detailing everything. Read more »
A new Candy Crush Saga game is now available for download on the Android’s Play Store. It’s called Candy Crush Soda Saga and you bet you’ll be matching candies in soda-like environment.
The game is free of charge, but as usual relies on lots of in-app purchases. Read more »
The Android OS-based Nokia X series lack Google Play services, including Play Store, and that’s why Nokia has provided its own Nokia Store to take care of your app hunger. It isn’t the only app repository for the Nokia X, but it is the default one and surely the most visited one.
Today Nokia rolled out an update for the Store making it even easier to browse the app catalog and install new apps. Read more »
Sony has launched a dedicated Made for Xperia portal, where you will be able to find lots of Sony-approved accessories for the latest Xperia lineup.
It isn’t exactly a store, even though lists the products. To make an actual purchase though, you will have to follow the link to the manufacturer’s store. Sony is not responsible for the purchase, warranty and the quality of the product. Read more »
The Division was announced back at E3 2013 and needed a massive support from the PC community in order to gain PC port in addition to the next-gen consoles.
This year’s E3 brought us not only an in-depth look of the game via various trailers, but also a thorough presentation of the insanely beautiful Snowdrop Engine. The Division is definitely one of the expo’s highlights and among the most anticipated games for 2014. Read more »
CyanogenMod 11.0 M7, the latest version of the popular Android 4.4.2 KitKat-based ROM, is now available for download to all compatible devices. It brings UI tweaks and performance improvements, extended media format support, better Bluetooth connectivity and squashes some bugs.
Here is the official change log for the CyanogenMod 11.0 M7: Read more »
The Moto E is running on the very efficient Snapdragon 200 chipset relying on two Cortex-A7 processor cores and a big enough 1,980 mAh battery. The latest Android KitKat and its optimizations should help too. Read more »
Angry Birds Stella has been teased numerous times by Rovio, but we knew nothing beyond the pink Stella bird on the images. We didn’t know even the game’s genre.
Today that changes as Rovio has posted new teaser images, the first gameplay screenshot plus release date. Read more »
Samsung began updating the Wi-Fi-only (Exynos-based) Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition six weeks ago. Now that its LTE-enabled Snapdragon 800-powered sibling is jumping on the KitKat bandwagon as well, we guess the 3G-enabled models should follow suit soon. Read more »
Our review of the Sony Xperia M2 is live at our homepage and it’s time we share the full battery breakdown with you. The Xperia M2 has a 4.8″ display that needs to be lit up, but it also comes with a energy-efficient Snapdragon 400 chipset and a big enough 2,300 mAh Li-Ion battery unit.
We’ve already seen the 6″ Xperia T2 Ultra, also powered by the Snapdragon 400 SoC, do great in our battery test, so we’ve expected decent results from the Xperia M2 too. Without further ado, here are our battery impressions. Read more »
Motorola Moto E has just arrived at our office bringing KitKat experience on the cheap. Google’s latest version of the OS lowered Android’s minimal system requirements thus retiring the good ol’ Gingerbread.
So, the Moto E is running on a low-end Snapdragon 200 chipset with a dual-core Cortex-A7 processor and 1GB of RAM. This should be more than enough to handle the Android 4.4 KitKat hassle-free on the 4.3″ qHD display. Read more »
Three new short commercials popped up on Samsung’s official YouTube channel today. They are all about the Galaxy S5 flagship, but it is nowhere to be found in the videos.
The three short videos are quite different from the promos Samsung has been pushing lately. Instead of super expensive, out of this world videos, those look like they are made with a limited budget, but a lot of inspiration. Read more »