Google pushed an update to Gmail for Android which brought several welcome new features to the table. They include vacation auto responders, enhanced attachment functionality, as well as the ability to print straight from your device’s email client.
The vacation auto responder in Gmail for Android works just as expected. Read more »
We have been teased by the concept of flexible displays for a long time now, but finally the time has come for us to witness what was once a cool tech demo in an actual product. Greetings, LG G Flex.
Featuring a 6.0″ 720p flexible OLED display, the G Flex pioneers LG’s lineup of curved smartphones. It’s an important product in a freshly introduced category of smartphones and the company hopes it lures adventurous customers with a plethora of cool features both on the hardware and software fronts. Read more »
Spotify has just announced that you can now access millions of songs across your smartphones and tablets for free.
Spotify allows you to shuffle play on your smartphones and tablets. Furthermore, you can now listen to your favorite music, or to your favorite artist without having to pay anything. Read more »
In its latest update to Play Books, Google added some enhancements to speed and smoothness but by far the most important gain is the option to upload from your Android device.
Now instead of using the Play website to add books to your account you can do it straight from your smartphone. Play Books supports ePub and PDF files and you can upload to Google Play books from any Android file manager. Read more »
Samsung US has a new video ad and it’s all about the Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Since the holiday season is upon us, the commercial is Christmas-themed and the lead presenter is … a Steve Ballmer-like Santa Claus.
The new ad will show you that the Galaxy Gear can make calls and snap pictures, but will do it with the passion of Steve Ballmer himself. Read more »
Yesterday Mozilla launched Firefox 26 for Android bringing the now stable features of the previous Beta release of the popular browser.
Some of the main features in the latest build of the mobile browser include a revamped about:home page with a streamlined view of the Top Sites list. Users can now also pin their favorite sites to the start screen as well. Read more »
After the Kickstarter buzz surrounding the Ouya died down, interest in Android-powered consoles seems to have waned. That doesn’t deter Mad Catz though, the company just started shipping its M.O.J.O. console.
Those who pre-ordered back in October should be getting theirs soon and even if you didn’t book yours, there’s still time to snag one before Christmas. Read more »
Rovio has finally released Angry Birds Go! internationally across all major mobile platforms. The game is now available for download for free on iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8 devices.
The latest installment in the prolific Angry Birds series – Angry Birds Go! – takes a different approach from killing pigs to beating them in a go-kart race in a whole new dimension, making it the first 3D Angry Birds game. Read more »
Twitter has rolled out version 6.0 update for its iOS and Android mobile applications, which bring with it some big new changes. The most obvious one is the redesign on both versions, unique to their platform. The iPhone version gets a new white themed bar at the bottom unlike the black on the previous version. The ‘Connect’ tab has been replaced with ‘Notifications’ (essentially the same thing) and ‘Discover’ tab has been replaced by ‘Messages’.
Twitter is pushing their Activity and Discover section in a big way with the latest updates, that show you activity of the people you follow and other people on Twitter respectively. On the iPhone, you now swipe on your timeline to go to the new sections, indicated by the three dots at the top. Read more »
Google launched an official Folio case for the Nexus 7. The cover is now available to order alongside the freshly released, white color version of the slate at the Google Play Store in the United States for $49.99.
Available in black or red, the Nexus 7 folio features bumper-style design with a trifold magnetic cover. Read more »
LG’s upcoming slate, the V510 has been leaked on more than one occasion and we even saw the service manual of the tablet. Now, we have yet another internally leaked document, which shows the device in its white version.
Apart from showing the slate in white, the leaked document also confirms that V510 is a Wi-Fi slate just like the LG G Pad 8.3. So, the V510 is either a regional variant of the LG’s flagship tablet, which doesn’t make much sense (Wi-Fi only tablets works almost everywhere with no need for special versions), or it could be its Nexus sibling as earlier rumors suggests. Read more »
Google has updated its Hangouts app for Android and the new version of the messenger now comes with a couple of tweaks and bug fixes.
The Hangouts app recently integrated SMS and MMS messaging, but that update also brought a few bugs along with it. Read more »
The Motorola Moto G has been all the rage recently being hyped as the best-spec’d entry-level offering in the market right now.
It’s made its way into our offices, and we’re stealing it away for a quick peek before our review team takes it away. Read more »
A Samsung SM-G900F – an model number for an unknown device – has found its way into the Top 5 Web Phones chart of BrowserMark 2, sandwiched between the two Galaxy Note 3 variants.
So, what’s this yet unannounced Galaxy device? Read more »
For those of us who find the 3,200mAh battery on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 insufficient, a new extended battery case from ZeroLemon adds a huge 10,000mAh power juice.
While you may also need to buy a new belt due to the added weight, the 10,000mAh case also offers NFC connectivity, as well as a belt clip holster that also doubles as a kickstand. Read more »