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Glass firmware updated bringing Glass photos straight to your phone

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 03:54 PM PDT

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Google just launched a new firmware update for Glass, which requires an update for both the eyewear and an update to the MyGlass app. The update allows users to instantly see photos captured with Glass on their phones, where they can share them to their favorite social media platforms.


The updates will also allow users to track their favorite world cup teams, and get updates on scores straight to their phones. Furthermore, the update will allow users to see their parking location, as well as track packages that the user has ordered.


Source: Glass-Community




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New Google My Business app helps you connect with your customers

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 03:09 PM PDT






Google has released Google My Business, a new app aimed at business owners — both big and small — who want to maintain a proper web presence. When your customers are looking for you, you want to be able to connect, and the Google My Business app does just that. With one app you can connect with customers on Google+, Google Search and Google Maps. You can also update all your information across Google's services from one central location, as well as share news and pictures to Google+ right from the app itself.





















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Facebook Updated To Version 10.0 With Ability To 'Like' Things Offline, Remove Tags, And More

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 03:08 PM PDT

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Facebook's official Android app got an update today, bringing it to the nice, round version 10.0 mark. The update doesn't include any clarity for the app's interface (which, in many ways, is not dissimilar to a plate of spaghetti), but it does pack a few handy new tricks.


First up, the new app will allow users to "like" posts, photos, and pages without an internet connection. So if you're scrolling through your stream but don't have a data connection, no worries - just hit the "like" button and forget about it.





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8 best Android apps to enjoy the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 02:54 PM PDT

FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 featured image

The FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 is starting very soon and you're maybe wondering how you can use your Android device to get the most out of the experience. In this day and age of the internet being everywhere, it's difficult to find the best FIFA World Cup apps because a lot of people are using the phrase to try to get their space in the search results. In this list, we've weeded out the nonsense and brought you the best Android apps to check out the World Cup!




ESPN FC icon World Cup Brazil 2014ESPN FC Soccer & World Cup


[Price: Free]

First up is the ESPN FC Soccer & World Cup app. As you've come to expect from ESPN in general, this app will have a whole bunch of awesome features for World Cup fans. They include video highlights, in-depth reporting and analysis, and even some unique features like Twitter integration so you can see the up to date news, rumors, and stories.



Above average but we expected better.




PROS


  • Free

  • Reactions, analysis, and reporting from competent journalists.

  • Twitter integration is a nice touch.

  • Clean, colorful UI.

  • The essential World Cup stats and standings are available.




CONS


  • Some features are funky or don't work as expected like team notifications.

  • No tablet support.

  • Some with midrange or lower spec'd phones report bad lag sometimes.






6.5

Overall, this is a great app for the casual fan. Some of the more hardcore fans may require a little more but ESPN does a good job covering as many bases as possible.






ESPN FC screenshot for World Cup Brazil 2014


FIFA Official App World Cup Brazil 2014FIFA Official App


[Price: Free]

It is the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 and thus the official FIFA app is a mandatory addition to the list. It features standings, a schedule, and coverage of the whole event. It also includes some fun things only FIFA can provide like the chance to win a kickoff ball and vote for the Man of the Match. It provides team break downs, player profiles, and a host of other information and coverage.



For an official app of a sporting event, it's not bad.




PROS


  • In depth team and player profiles.

  • Chance to win prizes like the kickoff ball from all 64 games.

  • Vote for the Man of the Match, which is actually really cool.

  • The standard standings, schedules, and reporting is included.

  • The UI isn't terrible and for a sports app, that's an achievement.




CONS


  • A lot of reports of the app crashing when opened.

  • It's rough on your data plan.

  • Other various bugs.






7.5

Overall, this is one of the most competent official apps for a sport we've ever seen but it's not without its quirks.






FIFA Official app World Cup Brazil 2014


FIFA 14 game World Cup Brazil 2014FIFA 14 by EA Sports


[Price: Free with in app purchases]

Android's most popular football (soccer) game was recently updated to include a lot of World Cup goodness. According to the Google Play Store change log, EA Sports has added officially licensed national teams and you can enjoy them with other official World Cup items like the Adidas Brazuca ball. If you're waiting for the next match to start or you're just a big fan of the sport, FIFA 14 is a pretty good option.



The most football (soccer) fun you can have with two thumbs.




PROS


  • It's the best football (soccer) game available for mobile.

  • Officially licensed national teams and items are a plus.

  • If you like it, there are dozens of teams and leagues to play with once the World Cup is over.

  • Decent graphics and game play.

  • Match of the Week lets you to engage with fellow fans.




CONS


  • The in-app purchases in this game are ridiculous.

  • Server issues have ruined this game for some people.






7.0

It's the best football (soccer) game out there, despite its flaws.






FIFA 14 EA Sports World Cup Brazil 2014


Forza Soccer World Cup Brazil 2014Forza Soccer


[Price: Free]

Forza Soccer is a very popular and very well rated application that brings you information like live scores, push notifications, and video highlights for hundreds of leagues around the world. As you can imagine, they've got FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 already baked into the application if you'd like to get your information there. It also includes some fun features like opinion polls.



It's not flashy, but it's competent.




PROS


  • Very stable app. Not many people are reporting bugs.

  • Live score updates are a plus.

  • Customized push notifications let you follow the teams of your choice and get updates about them.

  • The opinion polls are a fun extra feature.

  • Once the World Cup is over, you can still follow 400+ leagues.




CONS


  • The app is stable but that comes at the price of having fewer features than other apps.

  • May not have the in depth coverage of larger sports outlets.






8.0

Overall, this is one of the most complete apps in terms of stability. If these others are giving you crash issues, try this one.






World Cup Brazil 2014 Forza Soccer


Google NowGoogle Now


[Price: Free]

Google Now isn't an app you'd typically find on a list of best sports apps but Google has been doing great things with their services. One such great thing is adding World Cup information to the voice search so you can just ask your phone for information and it'll deliver it. It won't get you the in depth coverage or other fun features of these other apps, but for the casual fan who wants to keep up with what's going on quickly, it's a good option.



A perfect little add on to the sports fan repertoire.




PROS


  • You can inquire about a team's upcoming games, results, and standing in its group.

  • Voice commands allow you to check without navigating menus or loading websites.

  • It's a Google service and people love Google services.




CONS


  • There is no comprehensive coverage or unique features. This is a feature of an app with a much wider scope. Hardcore fans will need to find another app to go along with this.






8.0

Overall, this is a great app to either augment another one of these apps or it's great for the casual fan.









theScore World Cup Brazil 2014theScore: Sports & Scores


[Price: Free]

theScore is one of the few sports blogs we have on this list and that's because they went the extra mile for their coverage. Along with the usual blog posts they also have a number of World Cup features baked in including a dedicated section of the app specifically for the event. It's a well designed app that's been getting steadily more stable and they have improved their design dramatically over the last year.



One of the best out there bar none.




PROS


  • A dedicated World Cup section so you don't have to filter through any other news.

  • A clean, easy-to-navigate interface.

  • Scores, standings, and schedules included.

  • Offers a personalized sports experience so you only get the news you want.

  • When the next huge sporting event takes place, you can be sure these guys will update their app and be ready for it.




CONS


  • Not as many out-of-the-box ideas like opinion polls as seen in earlier apps.

  • Since they are an outlet for all sports, there may be a lack of focused, in-depth coverage that you'd get from, say, the official FIFA app.






8.5

Overall, theScore offers a sports solution that few other blogs and websites can touch for all sports, not just football (soccer).






theScore FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014


TuneIn Radio World Cup Brazil 2014TuneIn Radio


[Price: Free]

TuneIn Radio isn't a sports app, it's a radio app. However, one thing TuneIn Radio will have is radio stations that will be covering the FIFA World Cup. If you can't watch it on TV and you can't find any streaming solutions, then radio is always a good and free way to enjoy sports. It comes with social media integration for Google+ and Facebook so you don't need to make an account.



Listening to the radio, kicking it old school.




PROS


  • A great alternative to video streaming if you can't find that or you can't use that.

  • Social media integration allows you to avoid irritating account sign-ups.

  • Clean, well designed interface makes it easy to find what you're looking for.

  • Has radio stations that will be covering the FIFA World Cup.




CONS


  • It's not video streaming.

  • If you need more than a place to listen to the games on the radio, you'll have to download one of these other apps.






8.0

If you need radio coverage of the World Cup, this is a great option.






TuneIn Radio for FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014


World Cup Brazil 2014 WatchESPNWatchESPN


[Price: Free]

If you were to search how to video stream the World Cup, you may have heard that ESPN will be streaming all 64 matches online. Yes, that is true and you can take advantage of that on mobile with the WatchESPN app. It's a little rough around the edges like practically every other app that streams live sports and long time fans of live streaming sports games already know the breaks of using an app like this.



At least it's better than it was a year ago.




PROS


  • Let's you watch all 64 matches as long as you have a cable provider that supports it.

  • For the majority (more than 50%) of people, the app works pretty well.

  • Chromecast support.

  • When it does work, it works well.




CONS


  • You have to have a cable provider that supports it. You can find a full list on the Google Play page.

  • As with any sports streaming app, a lot of people have a lot of problems with it.

  • Some people are having login troubles.






6.0

Overall, this is the solution for legally streaming games online even if it has its problems.






WatchESPN for FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014


Other ways to watch for free!


It is a worldwide event and some people would rather watch the games for free. If you already pay for cable, the WatchESPN app and website is your best bet because they do cover all 64 games. If you don't have basic cable, you can still watch a few of the games -including the final game- on ABC by using the good old fashioned rabbit ears. If you don't mind listening to a Spanish speaking broadcaster, you can also stream a decent number of the games from Univision for free.




Wrap up


If we've missed an amazing FIFA World Cup app, please leave us a comment and let us know!




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Pushbullet and EvolveSMS team up to bring PC SMS connectivity to Android devices

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 02:14 PM PDT

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Pushbullet and EvolveSMS are teaming up to give users Motorola Connect-like features on their devices. The software will allow users to view and reply to SMS messages on their Android phone from their computers.


The software is currently in beta, so there might still be a few bugs, but the idea is that the partnership will deliver similar results to what Motorola did with the Moto X and Motorola Connectivity suite. Instead of having to reach for their phone to see and respond to messages, users can simply reply on their computer.



To install the software, users will need to follow instructions on the Google+ announcement, which can be found by following the source link. Remember that it's still in beta so there may be a few bugs!


Source: +Pushbullet




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Google Voice adds transparency to international calls

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 01:55 PM PDT






Google has just pushed out an update to Google Voice on the Play store. At the moment, it appears that the change log for the app hasn't been updated but a quick glance reveals that Google is making international calling a little more transparent. With the update, if you call an international number, Google Voice will alert you of the international calling rate.





















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PushBullet and EvolveSMS partner to bring SMS to your PC

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 01:50 PM PDT

We've said it before and we'll say it again: one of the best things about Android is the options you have for everything. Options for your default keyboard, home launcher, web browser, email client and more. Today, thanks to a partnership between EvolveSMS and PushBullet, Android users now have another option for sending SMS messages from their PC.


PushBullet and EvolveSMS have come up with a pretty genius way to work together to enable SMS texting from your computer. Here's how it works: PushBullet will be able to serve up notifications for EvolveSMS on your PC that will allow you to reply. After you've entered your reply, PushBullet will send the EvolveSMS app on your phone what you typed on your PC and Evolve will automatically send it. Pretty neat, eh?


Mighty Text and Motorola Connect both offer similar functionality, but it's nice to see another option available for users who aren't totally satisfied with what's already available. To try out the latest PushBullet and EvolveSMS features, you need to enter the beta group for both apps through Google+ here and here.






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LG G3 release date tipped for Verizon with pre-orders opening July 10th [RUMOR]

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 01:19 PM PDT

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Last week we got our first solid release date for the LG G3 in the UK, with retailer Carphone Warehouse confirming a July 1st release date. Today, the world reknown @evleaks could have gotten his hands on a US launch, with the phone making a brief appearance in a Verizon computer system.


According to the tip, those with their hearts set on the beefy LG G3 may want to mark July 10th on their calendar, that's the day when G3 pre-orders are expected to open. As for expected launch date, the phone is said to release only a few short days later, hitting stores on July 17th. Given @evleak's track record, we'd take him at his word but like most things of this nature, take it with a grain of salt.


No word on other details about the device, like whether or not wireless charging will be another Verizon exclusive for the LG G3. But for everyone else's sake, let's hope not.


[Evleaks]




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Microsoft launches Outlook Web App beta for Android

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 01:08 PM PDT






Microsoft has launched a public beta of its Outlook Web App (OWA) webmail service for Android devices. The company previously announced its plans to launch such an app in late March.





















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Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note II receives update to KitKat

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 01:04 PM PDT

Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note II users, if you like chocolate today's your lucky day. Verizon is pushing out a major update for Samsung's last generation Galaxy Note that will bring the handset up to Android 4.4.2.


Like most major updates, you will be able to grab this one over the air by heading to the settings menu on your Verizon Galaxy Note II, followed by "About Phone" then "System Updates." As for what the update to 4.4.2 includes, there are some slight visual changes, like white status icons, bug fixes, security fixes, support for Gear 2, and new app and service additions like Knox 2.0.


According to Verizon the update should be live now so get to downloading. Once you've download Android 4.4.2 and settled in, let us know how the update affects your handset in the comments below.





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Gameloft announces new titles for E3 2014: Asphalt Overdrive, Spider-Man Unlimited, Modern Combat 5 Blackout, and more

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 12:32 PM PDT

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E3 2014 is off in full swing and along with big name game studios announcing their latest titles for our home consoles, Gameloft is doing the same with mobile. The mobile games publisher had a few new games to announce at the show, starting with Asphalt Overdrive, their newest take on the arcade racer.


Asphalt Overdrive






Don't call it Asphalt 9 — Asphalt Overdrive is a completely different fish (more of a spin-off). With gameplay that closely mimics endless runners, the game is not only played in portrait mode, but features swipe-able controls similar to titles like Subway Surfers. Again, this is not a race. Instead, Overdrive will have you completing missions, running from the cops, taking down other cars, and performing stunts — all with iconic cars from your favorite 80′s shows (A-Team van, Magnum PI's Ferrari, Knight Riders' black Trans Am).


Modern Combat 5






Another iteration of Gameloft's widely popular Modern Combat franchise is making its debut with Modern Combat 5 Blackout, coming soon to mobile devices. MC5 will feature… well, more of everything you love about the FPS genre, only shrunken down for your Android smartphone or tablet. The game's main draw is the 4 new character classes: heavy, recon, assault, and sniper. Modern Combat 5 will have a multiplayer mode for gaming with friends and arguably the best part about the new title is that it will be a paid premium title, none of that freemium stuff. Modern Combat 5 Blackout will hit app stores for around $7 when it debuts later this year.


Spider-Man Unlimited






And if endless running is your thing, you're in luck. Gameloft's Spider-Man Unlimited combines that tried-and-true classic gameplay with your favorite Marvel franchise. SMU features Spidey in a variety of his iconic suits — Iron Spider, Spider-Man Noir, Ends of the Earth — as he faces off against his usual foes. Gameloft shows us the Green Goblin and Vulture at the end of their new trailer.


Along with the aforementioned titles, Ice Age Adventures, Rival Knights: Cars, and Dungeon Gems were also announced at E3, although there wasn't much information about those titles currently. Gameloft is streaming a variety of these new titles live via their Twitch account, so check that out if you have a chance.


[Gameloft on Twitch | Gameloft E3 2014 schedule]




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Mozilla to release a Firefox OS smartphone for only $25 in India

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 12:03 PM PDT

There have always been budget smartphones out there for under $200, but most were absolutely terrible. Finding a Chinese phone for $150 online basically meant you'd get a barely working device, or worse, a dumbphone OS made to look like iOS or Android. However, as of late, things have been changing. Many companies have been releasing solid budget devices. Most notable is Motorola with the Moto G and Moto E.


The Moto G comes in at a surprising $180, with some very solid specs that far exceed expectations. The Moto E is even cheaper at $130. But it looks like Mozilla is about to obliterate both devices in terms of price, as the company is planning to launch a smartphone for only $25 in India.


This device will be powered by Firefox OS, the companies HTML5 smartphone operating system. The company already releases devices at under $100, but a $25 price tag is absolutely insane. It'll definitely be an accessible price for those who finally want to graduate to a smartphone. Mozilla partnered with Indian manufacturers Intex and Spice to build the phone using Chinese Spreadtrum chips.


It's hard to believe we've hit a time where we can buy a smartphone for less than the cost of a tank of gas. Hell, a 32GB microSD can cost more than that. Of course, such a device really isn't for us tech enthusiasts. Still, it serves its purpose. Are you interested in getting such a cheap smartphone? Leave a comment!





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Weekly Photo Contest: Blue

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 11:39 AM PDT






Following the emphatic response we saw to our previous photo contest, yellow, we're going to go ahead with another color-based theme this week with "blue." Whether it's the water down at your local lake, some colorful fruit at a market or maybe a nice car you see on the street, we're sure there will be more options to take this week's picture than you can shake a stick at


For their entries this week, we'll be giving away a Samsung 3100mAh Portable Battery Pack to two winners of this contest.


Entering is easy. Just drop your entry in a forums post at the link below. Tell us what Android you used to get the picture, and any back story you want to add to it. We'll pick a winner Tuesday (June 17) night at 11:59 PM ET, and announce them on the blog with next Wednesday's contest.


Enter this week's photo contest





















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Tweetdeck services taken offline after rapidly-spreading exploit

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 11:12 AM PDT






If are a big user of Tweetdeck, you might have noticed some issues with using those apps today. A security issue that was first discovered with the Chrome app version has since caused the app's owners at Twitter to shut down all Tweetdeck services to fix the problem.


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The problem was first revealed earlier this morning, and it involves an XSS issue could cause hackers to execute code remotely on a user's PC — as demonstrated by a slew of automatic retweets spreading rapidly across Twitter.


Tweetdeck at first claimed [on their Twitter feed] http://ift.tt/1odTOmT) that they had quickly fixed the security issue and that it was isolated to the Chrome web app, but the problem is apparently persistent and showing up in other Tweetdeck clients. That was enough for Twitter to basically pull the plug on Tweekdeck completely. The latest message stated, "We've temporarily taken TweetDeck services down to assess today's earlier security issue. We'll update when services are back up."


How are Tweetdeck users coping with today's insanity?


Source: Tweetdeck on Twitter





















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Wednesday App And Game Sales: Puddle, The Walk, Pocket League Story, And More

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 11:11 AM PDT

thumbnail You probably know how it works by now – we post some sales, you buy some things, developers make some money, and everyone goes home happy. There are some neat deals this time around, so you should have no trouble working up at least mild excitement. Be happy, dammit.


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Apps

Genius Scan+ – $0.99 from $6.99


The Walk – $0.99 from $2.99


Floating Toucher – Free from $2.99 (promo code 'appoftheday')


Games

Numbers Puzzle Game – $0.99 from $1.99


Puddle – $2.99 from $4.99


Gangstar Vegas – $0.99 from $2.99


Garfield's Escape Premium – $0.99 from $1.99


Super Soccer Champs '13 – $0.99 from $2.99


Pocket League Story – $1.20 from $4.99


Pirates!





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[New App] Google My Business Enters The Play Store To 'Help Your Business Shine'

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 11:11 AM PDT

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Google has just announced its second new app in one day, releasing Google My Business to the Play Store. With the goal of "helping your business shine," My Business offers smart insights for your Google-connected business. From Google+ page insights to the ability to update your company's information, My Business helps you find and connect with "your people."



The app offers insights on your business' appearance in search, how users interact with you on Google+, and how you're displayed in services like search and Maps, with the option to update your information any time.





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Leak reveals LG G3 pre-orders beginning July 10 on Verizon

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 11:10 AM PDT

The LG G3 is one of the best phones on the market, and it's coming soon to US carriers. A new leak from @evleaks reveals that the G3 will be up for pre-order on Verizon beginning July 10. General availability begins when those pre-orders ship out on July 17. Pricing is still unknown, but we'd hope that the G3 would match the other flagships at $199, and not go higher. We'll have to wait for more info on that.


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LG shares up 11%, analysts believe LG G3 may bring handset division out of the red

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 11:00 AM PDT

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When the Samsung Galaxy S5 was first announced at MWC it was immediately met with mixed reception, particularly among consumers who felt it was time for Samsung to make more dramatic changes. Despite this, sales have actually been reasonably smooth for Samsung.


Meanwhile, LG has since announced the LG G3, receiving almost completely positive reception all across the board. As for the actual sales? While it's too early to say for sure with the handset only fully launched in South Korea, we recently learned that the device was outselling the GS5 in Korea by a factor of more than 3-to-1. It seems that these brisk sales have also had a positive effect on the company's shares as well.


On May 27th, a day ahead of the G3's launch, LG closed its shares at 70,300 won ($69.14). Today that price value is at around 78,600 won ($77.31), representing an 11.8% increase in just a little over a week's worth of trading days. LG currently finds itself at a 52-week high, not bad at all.



the arrival of the LG G3 could signal a move into the black and out of the red for the company



With shares heading in the right direction, at least two different analyst groups believe that LG's handset business could find itself turning a profit in Q2 2014, the first time they've done so in a year. It remains unknown how well LG's mobile division will actually do, though Korea Investment & Securities' Lee Seung-hyuk estimates an operating profit of 206 billion won ($20.2 million). Shinhan Investment & Securities' Soh Hyun-chul has a slightly more conservative figure in mind at 11 billion won ($10.8 million).


Regardless of where LG ends up, the big takeaway is that the arrival of the LG G3 could signal a move into the black and out of the red for the company. We imagine that things could be even better for LG in Q3, when the G3 rolls out globally. With Samsung and Apple controlling 106% of operating profits in the smartphone world, LG may be a long ways from being a real threat to either of these giants, but it's still hard to not be at least a little impressed with how far LG has come in the last few years.


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Pebble Steel, Arctic White Pebble coming to Best Buy on June 15

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 10:54 AM PDT






The Pebble Steel smartwatch is coming to a Best Buy near you. Starting June 15, Pebble's premium smartwatch will be available at the big box retailer for $229, in both the brushed steel and matte black varieties. The watch will come with a leather strap. The price for the Pebble Steel on Pebble's website remains at $249.





















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Google I/0 2014 app now available to be your wingman

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 10:42 AM PDT

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Google I/O is quickly approaching as we get closer to the end of the month. As per usual, Google has released their official Android app for the show. This app will be crucial in helping you navigate the show and attend events. If you're heading to San Fransisco for the big event you will want to download his app.


The app has schedules, a show floor map, keynote live streams, event reminders, and social conversation from Google+. You can filter sessions by what you're interested in, such as design or wearables. Check out the full list of features below, and download the app from the Play Store for free.



  • Explore the conference agenda, with details on themes, topics, speakers and partners.

  • Add events to a personalized schedule

  • Get reminders before events in "My schedule" start and once they're over, to provide feedback

  • Watch the Keynote and sessions live stream

  • Sync your schedule between all of your devices and the I/O website

  • Guide yourself using the vector-based conference map

  • Follow public social I/O related conversations on Google+

  • See I/O content from previous years in the Video Library

  • Use the Widget to check your upcoming events directly from your home screen


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T-Mobile to add Alcatel OneTouch Fierce 2 and Alcatel OneTouch Evolve 2 to portfolio

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 10:32 AM PDT

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A couple leaked press images reveal some new Alcatel devices are on their way to T-Mobile. The Alcatel OneTouch Fierce 2 and Alcatel OneTouch Evolve 2 are successors to a pair of budget smartphones that T-Mobile released last fall. No pricing or availability information leaked with the images, but the original OneTouch Fierce and OneTouch Evolve sold for only a few dollars per month.


The OneTouch Fierce was a 4.5-inch smartphone with a 960 x 540 screen, 1GM of RAM, a 1.2GHz processor and ran Android 4.2. The OneTouch Evolve was a little smaller at only 4 inches with an 800 x 480 screen resolution and had a 1GHz processor and 512MB of RAM. No information is available yet on the specs for the new devices so we can see how the budget category has changed over the last half a year.


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source: @evleaks (official site)




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Feedly RSS service crippled by ongoing DDoS attack

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 10:09 AM PDT






RSS aggregator service Feedly has been down since early this morning. the victim of a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. Feedly, which has come away as one of the leading services for news junkies in the wake of the Google Reader shut down, ties into numerous third-party apps across all mobile platforms, as well as their own apps for iOS and Android, and a web client. The DDoS attack took down Feedly's service early this morning, and appears to be ongoing.





















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Google I/O 2014 app now available on Android

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 10:09 AM PDT

IO-app The official Google I/O 2014 app for Android is now available to download from Google Play. If you're going to the event, or even if you're not, it provides you with the conference agenda and presentation reminders, the ability to watch live streams, access to I/O-related conversations on Google+, and much more. Don't think the



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Official Google I/O 2014 App Hits The Play Store

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 10:06 AM PDT

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Going to Google I/O this year? Not going, but want to pretend you are? Either way, the official I/O 2014 app is now in the Play Store. It's packing some nifty features:





* Explore the conference agenda, with details on themes, topics, speakers and partners.

* Add events to a personalized schedule

* Get reminders before events in "My schedule" start and once they're over, to provide feedback

* Watch the Keynote and sessions live stream

* Sync your schedule between all of your devices and the I/O website

* Guide yourself using the vector-based conference map

* Follow public social I/O related conversations on Google+

* See I/O content from previous years in the Video Library

* Use the Widget to check your upcoming events directly from your home screen


Exclusive for In person attendees:


* Take advantage of facilitated pre-event WiFi configuration




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Google I/O 2014 app brings schedules, maps, and more

Posted: 11 Jun 2014 09:53 AM PDT






If you're heading to Google I/O 2014 later this month, you need this app. It has the schedule, it has a map of where everything will be, it lets you build your own schedule, see what people are talking about on Google+ (naturally), and even watch videos from previous I/O events. Google I/O 2014 is even good for those that won't be heading to San Francisco, with the option to set things up for your remote viewing of presentations.





















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