Archive for the ‘Android’ Category

At IFA 2015, Samsung lift the lid on a pricing for the Gear S2 and a new SmartThings Hub v2 along with an UHD Blu-ray Player, a Car Mode app for Galaxy and some other new offerings.

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Google Maps is one of those services offered by one of the world’s largest companies that we all take for granted. It’s been there for as long as we can remember and is always available. It has almost become a staple in our lives being so easily accessible via desktop and mobile devices through web access and Google’s own apps. Now in an effort to make Street View stand out from its parent app – Google Maps, the Mountain View based giant has released the feature as a standalone app. The app has been titled Street View on Google Maps for Google Play, with Google Street View being the title of choice for the App Store.

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Motorola has made the second-gen Moto 360 2 (2015) official, along with a new Moto 360 Sport model of the Android Wear-powered smartwatch.

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Sony has excited the smartphone loving crowd at IFA 2015 in Berlin by lifting the covers off three new beautiful Android powered handsets. All of the announced hardware falls under the Xperia Z5 brand.

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Here’s how to download and set the new Google logo as your Android device’s boot animation. Installing it is a relatively simple affair, and we’re going to take you through it step by step.

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Amazon today made quite the leap in its war with Netflix after beginning to allow both iOS and Android users to download movies and TV shows to their devices for offline viewing. Before today, streaming was the only way to enjoy content via Amazon Prime.

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These days, we’re seeing a lot of new entrants in the smartphone making business, mainly aimed at making budget phones that look good and don’t cost an arm and a leg. Kickstarter is also a popular choice these days to launch these products, and it makes significant sense. A new project graced the crowd-funding website today with the name of Robin, which is a new smartphone courtesy of Nextbit. However, it stands out from all the rest in several other aspects, and that’s what we’re going to take a look at.

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As part of its continued effort to upgrade its editing tools and make life a lot easier and manageable for its users, GoPro has announced a new feature that will be accessible via its mobile app and certain GoPro cameras. The new video editing feature is built directly into the playback functionality of the camera and the mobile app, and aims to provide users with a quick and easy way to create short video clips that can then be shared effortlessly with family, friends, or colleagues, without the need to pass on a huge clip ladened with time markers.

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Yes, we have tested and can confirm that Android Wear for iOS on iPhone works with Moto 360, LG G Watch, LG G Watch R and the likes even though Google says otherwise. Here are the details.

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It’s now official. Google has just announced official support for using Android Wear smartwatches on iPhone running iOS 8.2 or later.

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It seems that Samsung is truly serious about upping the ante when it comes to luring iPhone users across to Android. Samsung recently unveiled its “Ultimate Test Drive” program that allowed iPhone users to get their hands on a Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge+, or Galaxy S6 for a simple $1 outlay. Now, it seems that those who were excited to take Samsung up on the offer are in for an additional treat if they decide to make the switch across to Samsung and Android permanent.

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BlackBerry’s frequently speculated “Venice” smartphone has once again been catapulted into the public domain thanks to a number of high-quality leaked images. The beleaguered smartphone manufacturer is attempting to turn its fortunes around and make an impact in the smartphone market with an Android powered device, codenamed Venice. There had been some debate as to whether or not the handset actually existed, but these latest images not only seemingly confirm its existence, but also corroborate previous reports on how the device will actually look.

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Here’s a specs comparison between Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs S6 Edge+ vs Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus. For those that are currently on the fence and having difficulty choosing the right plus-sized device for themselves, this head-to-head features and specifications comparison should help in making the right decision.

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The idea of Google’s Android Wear powered smartwatches working with Apple’s iPhone sounds far-fetched, right? Perhaps not, because a few hours back a listing for the highly-anticipated Huawei Android Wear smartwatch (named Huawei Watch) was spotted over at Amazon which stated that the device is compatible with “most devices with an iOS 8.2…”. The page after making a few rounds on the Web has since then been taken down following a statement from Huawei.

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Announced at the E3 conference earlier this year, Square Enix’s new Lara Croft GO mobile game is available today for the first time across iOS, Android and Windows Phone platforms.

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Here’s how to live stream Apple’s September 9 iPhone 6s event keynote on Windows, Android, iOS, Mac OS X and the Apple TV. The live stream will begin at 10am Pacific / 1pm Eastern on Wednesday, Sept. 9.

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Here is a list of Samsung Galaxy S devices which will get Android 6.0 Marshmallow update, slated for release sometime this fall. Is your device on the list?

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After months of build up, Google today finally launched its competitor to Twitch, with YouTube Gaming going live on the web today, and its iOS & Android apps also being made available.

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Here’s how to add Google Cast feature from Chromecast to Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick the easy way by just installing this app.

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The introduction of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 was enough to raise excitement levels amongst those who adore large screen devices. Samsung essentially created the “phablet” market, so it’s only right and proper that consumers continue to get excited for the continuation of the Note range. The specifications of the Note 5 are enough to make anyone believe that the device would outperform most competing devices, especially a flagship from 2014, such as Apple’s iPhone 6. With that said, we should all know by now that raw specs alone don’t tell the full story.

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