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NVIDIA Shield Portable Software Update Live

07 Nov 2014
NVIDIA Shield Portable Software Update Live

A software update for the NVIDIA Shield portable is currently rolling out, and sadly it’s not the sought after Android 5.0 Lollipop update.

NVIDIA has promised Lollipop for Shield Tablet owners by the end of November, but hasn’t mentioned the time frame for Lollipop’s rollout to the Shield Portable.

Here’s what you’ll find in upgrade 99 for the Shield Portable:

  •     Improves battery drain when SHIELD portable lid is closed
  •     Updates the latest SHIELD hub app available on Google Play Store
  •     Fixes a bug that does not allow videos to be played from Facebook, using Browser or Chrome, or on the YouTube app
  •     Fixes a bug to enable support for 4K content in Console Mode.

[Continue reading NVIDIA Shield Portable Software Update Live]

Nexus 6 is in Stock

07 Nov 2014
Nexus 6 is in Stock

Finally, the Nexus 6 is up for sale from Motorola. Grab one while you can, as they’re going to sell out quick!

As a reminder, the Nexus 6 is powered by the Snapdragon 805 system chip, the jewel in Qualcomm’s 32-bit crown, that is the last iteration of Qualcomm’s Krait CPU core architecture, with four cores running at up to 2.65GHz, along with 3GB of RAM, and Adreno 420 graphics.

[Continue reading Nexus 6 is in Stock]

Opera Mini 9 hits the AppStore

07 Nov 2014
Opera Mini 9 hits the AppStore

Opera Software unveiled a new version of its popular Opera Mini web browser, which is now better than ever. The main new feature is called Video Boost that will compress and optimize videos to make sure you don’t overspend your megabytes on a data plan.

Video boost reduces the size of video data relying on the Rocket Video Optimizer engine from Opera’s Skyfire division. This feature, according to Opera, is becoming increasingly important, as video viewing explodes on mobile phones.

[Continue reading Opera Mini 9 hits the AppStore]

HTC's tablet coming next year

07 Nov 2014
HTC's tablet coming next year

According to Focus Taiwan report, HTC is not interested to compete in the lower ends of the market where margins are thin, to say the least. Rather, they want to focus on more premium products, all while staying open to extend their relationship with Google.

From what we’re getting, HTC doesn’t want to launch a 7-inch device but one with a bigger screen.

We’re not sure how HTC could differentiate its offering from the rest of the pack, though we are hoping to get more competition in the 2-in-1 space currently dominated by Asus and its Transformer series.

[Continue reading HTC's tablet coming next year]

Google Maps Updated

07 Nov 2014
Google Maps Updated

Google Maps for Android and iOS has been refreshed, bringing with it some new looks and new tricks.

Google has applied their Material Design aesthetics to the app, as well as adding Uber and OpenTable information. Not only does the new update look amazing, you’ll be able to book a table for dinner and catch a Uber ride home all without leaving the Google Maps app.

The update is now live and should be landing on your mobile device soon.

[Continue reading Google Maps Updated]


DROID Turbo comes as Moto Maxx for Latin America

07 Nov 2014
DROID Turbo comes as Moto Maxx for Latin America

Motorola fans outside of the U.S. will be able to get their hands on the DROID Turbo without Verizon branding, as Motorola announced the Moto Maxx today, which is essentially the DROID Turbo for Latin America.

The Moto Maxx is currently available for purchase in Brazil and will go on sale in Mexico in mid-November and will launch in other Latin American countries shortly thereafter. There’s no word if the Moto Maxx will make its way to other countries around the globe.

[Continue reading DROID Turbo comes as Moto Maxx for Latin America]

Swype for iOS 8 understands 16 new languages

05 Nov 2014
Swype for iOS 8 understands 16 new languages

Still sticking to the default keyboard on your iPhone or iPad? Nuance is hoping you'll give Swype a try, that's why the company has updated its virtual keyboard with support for 16 new languages.

These include Hungarian, Romanian, Russian and even Hinglish (that's a hybrid of Hindi and English), bringing the total number of supported languages to 21. Plus, Swype now automatically suggests emojis to use, depending on the words in your message.

[Continue reading Swype for iOS 8 understands 16 new languages]

Google Maps gets a makeover with built-in restaurant reservations

05 Nov 2014
Google Maps gets a makeover with built-in restaurant reservations

Google Maps has received the Material Design revamp that many were expecting -- and it's more than just a skin-deep upgrade.

New versions of Maps' Android and iOS apps focus on the super-flat graphics and lively animations that you'd expect from Google's new design language, but they also include built-in restaurant reservations through OpenTable.

If you're in the US, you can now book a table right from a place page instead of visiting a website or launching another app.

[Continue reading Google Maps gets a makeover with built-in restaurant reservations]

Samsung Galaxy Lifestyle Store opens in Beijing

05 Nov 2014
Samsung Galaxy Lifestyle Store opens in Beijing

Samsung has opened its first Galaxy Lifestyle Store in China at a landmark of Beijing, The Place.

The store doubles as a demo room from where users can try out the latest Samsung gadgets, get advice from experts, and schmooze with other Samsung fans.

The store consists of five areas: a Product Experience Zone, a Galaxy Lab, Galaxy Accessories, Concierge, and Galaxy Music, allowing visitors to “see, learn and experience the latest applications and products on their terms.

[Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Lifestyle Store opens in Beijing]

Xiaomi to make a GoPro-like camera

05 Nov 2014
Xiaomi to make a GoPro-like camera

Xiaomi may be looking to enter the “action camera” market currently dominated by GoPro.

According to this story at GizChina, the fast-growing handset maker may join HTC and launch such device in the near future.

It is said that Xiaomi is teaming up with Shanghai-based Ant Technology to have its action camera in stores by the end of this year.

No details are known yet but knowing Xiaomi, we expect to get an affordable product with great specs and amazing value for money.

[Continue reading Xiaomi to make a GoPro-like camera]

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