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Chrome OS to get support for Camera RAW files
The latest promotional video for Chromebooks was all about being ‘for everyone, everywhere’. It has long been said that Chrome OS is far to limited to replace a device with Windows or OS X; however, the operating system has really made strides to become more productive. An update to the Chrome OS Dev Channel introduces […]
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14-04-2015, 22:02 By Justin Herrick
Google’s Designed for Families program spotlights family-friendly apps and games
There are so many audiences being catered to with Android, but Google will be applying a new focus on children. Through its Android Developers site, the company announced Designed for Families. Parents will be able to opt-in to the program and have the Play Store spotlight family-friendly apps and games. Families and children then have […]
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14-04-2015, 21:34 By Justin Herrick
Nexus Player Pops Up In The Google Store In France And Germany, Hong Kong Gets The Nexus 6
Readers in France and Germany, head on over to your local Google Store if you're looking for an Android-powered set-top box. The Nexus Player, the only Android TV device widely available even six months after the introduction of the platform, is now on sale in your respective countries. Well, sort of: it's "coming soon" with a price of 99 Euro (only about 5% more than the US price). According to Google's hardware availability page, it should go on sale at any moment. Read MoreNexus Player Pop...
14-04-2015, 21:32 By Michael Crider
Hearthstone for Android phones available now
Some four months after being released for Android tablets last December, game developer Blizzard has announced today the arrival of it’s wildly popular card game, Hearthstone, for Android phones. According to Blizzard, Hearthstone for mobile has been redesigned with a new layout and interface making gameplay on phones feel more natural. Other than that, ...
14-04-2015, 21:25 By Dustin Earley
Galaxy Note 4 And Note Edge On US Cellular Receive Android Lollipop
Folks out there who both own a Galaxy Note 4 or Note Edge and use US Cellular will be pleased to know that their time has come to receive Lollipop. US Cellular has updated the support pages for both devices. Note 4 owners should be on the lookout for version N910R4TYU1BOC4. People with a Note Edge will receive N915R4TYU1BOC5. Some users have hit up the Team US Cellular site with confirmation. Read MoreGalaxy Note 4 And Note Edge On US Cellular Receive Android Lollipop was written by the aweso...
14-04-2015, 20:48 By Bertel King, Jr.
Microsoft Updates Office Apps With Multi-Factor Authentication Support On Android Tablets
In early 2014, Microsoft started providing Office 365 users with the option to secure their accounts with multi-factor authentication. When signing in, folks have to respond to a phone call, text message, or phone notification after entering their password. The feature has since worked on PCs and smartphones, but when Office came to Android tablets, support was absent. According to the identical changelogs accompanying the latest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for tabl...
14-04-2015, 20:28 By Bertel King, Jr.
T-Mobile Is Pushing Android 5.0 To The LG G2
Leave no phone behind... that's certainly not any carrier's motto. T-Mobile at least does a better job than some others when it comes to long-term support. The LG G2 is getting an 617MB update to Lollipop today, just a week after the G3. The OTA will start showing up on phones over the next few weeks until it's on all devices by May 22nd. You won't be able to force the update—it'll happen when it happens. Read MoreT-Mobile Is Pushing Android 5.0 To The LG G2 was written by the awes...
14-04-2015, 20:10 By Ryan Whitwam
Inateck is running a plethora of deals for the month of April
Our great friends over at Inateck are running a series of deals for many of their great products starting now until the end of April (except for the Hi-Fi Bluetooth speaker, that deal ends this week). As you might remember, we have reviews many of their products before here at AG and have found them... Read more »
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14-04-2015, 20:07 By Juan Vega
T-Mobile’s LG G2 now getting Android 5.0 Lollipop
Android 5.0 has been making the rounds lately, and that trend continues with the software being sent out to LG’s G2 under T-Mobile’s network. T-Mobile confirmed that the rollout will begin on Tuesday, April 14, and says it’s scheduled to keep being sent out until May 22, so quite the stretch. T-Mobile’s official page ...
14-04-2015, 19:59 By Evan Selleck
Leaked images of the OPPO R7 Weibo show a bezel-less display
Display technology has seen huge leaps in recent years covering all aspects of the screen. With bigger displays, sharper images, less power consumption, even screens that can bend, there appears to be little that can still surprise the average consumer. Well, it appears that there is still some areas where smartphones can make changes to... Read more »
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14-04-2015, 19:54 By Juan Vega
Google announces the Designed for Families program
Google has announced a new program called Designed for Families, which allows an app to receive a special designation as being family-friendly. With the influx of technology into children’s lives, many parents are looking to utilize the abilities while still maintaining a safe, secure environment for their children. As such, many parents tend ...
14-04-2015, 19:41 By Nick Sarafolean
Google Play intros “Designed for Families” program that will make finding family friendly apps easier.
The Play store has thousands of apps that range from all sorts of categories; games, photography, educational, shooters, the list goes on and on. While it is great to have such a great assortment of apps to choose from, it does make it difficult to find those that are appropriate for kids (we wouldn’t want... Read more »
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14-04-2015, 19:37 By Juan Vega
Texting and driving: the truth
When I was 18, and had been driving for less than a year, my grandma was at my house along with the rest of my dad’s family. She was a joy in our life, and we often teased her for her random comments and stories that typically didn’t make sense or relate to the conversation... Read more »
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14-04-2015, 19:24 By Benton Trerise
Letv announces Le Superphone, Le latest smartphone to come from China.
Letv, which only a few days ago was an unheard of Chinese company, has today presented itself to the world by announcing Le Superphone, a premium looking device with the specs to match. Unfortunately though, chatter has shifted more to the social gaffe they performed when they compared Apple to Hitler in their teaser video... Read more »
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14-04-2015, 19:15 By Juan Vega
New 'Designed For Families' Google Play Program Will Showcase Kid-Friendly Apps And Games
Google plans to roll out a new Google Play program that places an emphasis on family-focused (i.e. kid-friendly) apps and games. This initiative will display pre-approved content under an experience the company is calling "Designed for Families." The goal is to point parents in the direction of software from the likes of Crayola and PBS Kids without exposing them to the flood of less age-appropriate content on display in the Play Store. Read MoreNew 'Designed For Families' Google Pl...
14-04-2015, 18:58 By Bertel King, Jr.
This is how much the Galaxy S6 edge costs to make
It ain’t the cheapest phone to make out there. According to an unreleased report, the 64 gigabyte version of the Galaxy S6 edge, specifically the Verizon model, costs about $290 to build and assemble. This is $34 higher per unit than the Galaxy S5 last year. “Samsung is clearly studying Apple’s playbook by using things... Read more »
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14-04-2015, 18:45 By Jack McNenny
LG Music Flow with Google Cast speakers arrive in the U.S.
Bluetooth speaker options are plentiful, but if you want a solution that offers superior sound quality or whole home coverage, then you need to look elsewhere. Google Cast promises to deliver that experience and LG’s Music Flow family of speakers are among the first to bring it to market. The accompanying Music Flow ...
14-04-2015, 18:44 By Sean Riley
AT&T Galaxy Note 4 Getting An OTA Update That Tweaks Settings, Removes Softcard, And More
AT&T's Galaxy Note 4 got Lollipop late last month, but now it's already getting another OTA with some bug fixes and feature tweaks. You spoil us, AT&T. Here's the changelog from AT&T on the new update. Update Private Mode settings EAS fix for encryption bypass Removal of Softcard Emergency Dial fix related to Lookout & Mobile Locate Google Security Patches The update is 142MB in size and will be delivered over WiFi only. Read MoreAT&T Galaxy Note 4 Getting An OTA Updat...
14-04-2015, 18:39 By Ryan Whitwam