After Sprint and U.S. Cellular, AT&T has finally started rolling out the Android 4.4 KitKat update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
The update is rolling out as we speak, and brings handful of new features on board, including all the features introduced in Android 4.4 KitKat, wireless printing support, and more.
Yesterday we heard about Google’s new Android Auto, which will bring connected Android devices to your car, and now we have a video showing the platform in action.
The video below shows some of the features of Android Auto running in a Hyundai, the platform can be controlled with voice commands and also built in controls which are located on the steering wheel.
We have been hearing rumors for a while that there is a new smaller version of the Oppo N1 on the way, the handset is said to be called the Oppo N1 Mini, and now the device has turned up at the FCC.
The filing has revealed some more information about the Oppo N1 Mini, the handset will be equipped with a 5 inch display, although it will feature a lower resolution than the N1.
Last week we heard that Apple had purchased Beats Audio in a deal worth $3.2 billion, the deal has yet to be confirmed by Apple, although it was confirmed by Dr Dre on a video that was posted online, that has since been removed.
We also heard last week that Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine was expected to join Apple as an adviser, although according to a recent report, both of the co-founders of Beats, which includes Dr Dre, will take on a senior role at Apple when the acquisition is completed.
We have been hearing rumors about Samsung’s version of Google Glass for some time, the device is rumored to be called Samsung Gear Glass.
According to a recent report, Samsung will take the wraps of their new Samsung Gear Glass at IFA 2014, the conference takes place in September.
Apple has yet to officially confirm its purchase of Beats Audio for $3.2 billion, although Dr Dre confirmed the deal online last week, in a video which has now been removed, the deal is expected to be announced at the Apple WWDC 2014 conference.
Yesterday we heard that both co-founder of Beats Audio, Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine would be joining Apple in senior roles, and now according to a recent report, the two will appear at Apple WWDC 2014.
We have already seen various leaked photos of the new HTC One Mini 2, and now the handset has turned up at Taiwan’s equivalent of the FCC.
The HTC One Mini 2 has recently received approval from the regulators in Taiwan, which means that we are getting closer to the launch of this new smaller version of the HTC One M8.
Samsung has a new range of Galaxy tablets on the way, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S, which will come in two sizes, one with an 10.5 inch display, the other with an 8.4 inch display.
We recently saw some photos of the 10.5 inch Galaxy Tab S, and now the device has appeared at the FCC, and we have some new photos which give us a better look at Samsung’s latest Galaxy tablet.
We previously heard some leaked specifications on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and now according to a recent report, Samsung’s new Phablet will launch at IFA 2014 in September.
Samsung are expected to launch a number of new devices at IFA 2014, as well as the new Galaxy Note 4, we are also expecting the company to launch the Samsung Gear Glass.
Last month, a bug was discovered in the HTC One M8 which restricted users from claiming the free 50GB Google Drive storage on the device. HTC mentioned an update will be pushed in mid-May which will fix the issue, and here we are.
It’s mid-May, as promised, AT&T and HTC are rolling out a new update for the HTC One M8, which fixes the Google Drive free 50GB storage issue.
It’s not a good time to be Nintendo. The Kyoto-based company reported losses of nearly $457 million in its 2013 financial year. Neither the Wii U or the 3DS hit their respective projected figures,
Apple’s latest MacBook Air refresh thoroughly underwhelmed many analysts. Speculation suggested that a new 12-inch model might replace both the 11-inch and 13-inch versions, and common sense made an upgrade to Retina resolution seem inevitable. Yet, the new units are just more of the same, albeit with slightly quicker processors, and a lower price tag. Has Apple become complacent, or is the company stalling for time ahead of a big new release?
What you get, for less