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Cricket dials up plus-sized ZTE Grand X Max+
Cricket and ZTE on Monday kicked off their respective CES efforts by announcing the upcoming availability of the 6-inch Grand X Max+. Set to arrive on Friday, January 9, the ZTE Grand X Max+ refreshes the plus-sized model. Chief among the changes are 4G LTE connectivity, better battery, and a wide-angle camera lens. Priced only... Read more » The post Cricket dials up plus-sized ZTE Grand X Max+ appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Cricket Wireless announces $129 Groove for No...

05-01-2015, 18:45 By Scott Webster
New Magellan RoadMate GPS built on top of Android
In the world of GPS, over the past few years there has been an ongoing struggle between smartphone software producers, like Google with their Maps product, and dedicated GPS unit manufacturers like Garmin, TomTom and Magellan, to incorporate the best of both worlds into one platform. The software available on mobile devices increasingly has matched […] Come comment on this article: New Magellan RoadMate GPS built on top of Android Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and...

05-01-2015, 18:31 By Jeff Causey
Got Milk? Samsung Wants You to Have It on TV and the Web
Samsung’s Milk Media products will live in the shadows no more. Its Milk Music service, a station-based streaming client akin to Pandora, was launched in March 2014 exclusively on Samsung phones. At CES, however, Samsung, announced its intention to bring Milk far and wide, and Milk Music is now available for download on Samsung TVs. […] Come comment on this article: Got Milk? Samsung Wants You to Have It on TV and the Web Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and mu...

05-01-2015, 18:04 By Geoff Openshaw
Samsung Milk expands into VR and TV
Last year Samsung gave Galaxy users access to its Milk Music and Milk Video apps.  In large part, both apps were received well due to their clean design, premium feel and excellent content.  Samsung announced today that those two apps will expand onto their TV’s as an app and will be released this Spring. Samsung... Read more » The post Samsung Milk expands into VR and TV appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: ADD52 gives Samsung another reason to ask Galaxy owners if they...

05-01-2015, 18:04 By Derrick Miyao
IK Multimedia Announces The iRig 2, Finally Compatible With Most Android Devices
IK Multimedia took the first step in bringing its music creation tools to Android with its iRig HD-A announcement back in November, but that device was compatible with the Samsung Note 4 and Note 4 Edge only. Today, it's changing the game in a major way, as it just announced the iRig 2, which brings full Android compatibility to the table. The iRig 2 brings a lot more to the table than just Android compatibility, as well - like a new 1/4" amplifier output, effectively turning the mobile dev...

05-01-2015, 17:37 By Cameron Summerson
Qualcomm shows off the Snapdragon 810 in a series of videos
If 2014 did anything, it paved the way for 64-bit processing in mobile phones in 2015. With Lollipop introducing native 64-bit support and processor makers pushing 64-bit processors, it’s a somewhat clear indicator what 2015 will bring in mobile phones. That said, you can’t talk about 64-bit mobile processors without mentioning Qualcomm or its Snapdragon […] Come comment on this article: Qualcomm shows off the Snapdragon 810 in a series of videos Visit TalkAndroid for Andro...

05-01-2015, 17:19 By Jack Holt
Panasonic's Super High-End LUMIX CM1 Camera Phone Is Reportedly Headed To The United States This Summer
The Panasonic LUMIX CM1 is a strange beast: it's an Android phone with a huge focus on photography, a la the Galaxy S4 Zoom. But unlike that rather mid-range device (both in terms of Android hardware and photography prowess), the CM1 features a massive 1-inch, 20-megapixel camera sensor with a Leica 28mm F/2.8 lens and... dramatic pause... a manual focus ring. When it was announced at the Photokina trade show last year, Panasonic made it very clear that the LUMIX Smart Camera DSC-CM1 was only...

05-01-2015, 16:59 By Michael Crider
PasswordBox—I Mean, Intel Security—Introduces 'True Key' To Simplify Password Management
PasswordBox is a password manager that automatically enters your credentials into various websites and apps, not unlike LastPass. Last month the company was acquired by Intel Security, which is both absorbing the service and leaving it available in its current form for the time being. The PasswordBox team has been hard at work for its new boss, and at this year's CES, Intel Security announced True Key, built on top of the technology made available by the partnership. PasswordBox—I Mean, Intel...

05-01-2015, 16:40 By Bertel King, Jr.
Dell Venue 8 claims world’s thinnest tablet title, implements Intel RealSense
Dell is probably not the first name that comes to mind when thinking about Android tablet devices, but the company hopes to change that. The Dell Venue 8 7840, which has been in the works for a while, is finally available for retail purchase. The tablet can be purchased through Best Buy for $399. Dell […] Come comment on this article: Dell Venue 8 claims world’s thinnest tablet title, implements Intel RealSense Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

05-01-2015, 16:36 By Jeff Causey
Lenovo P90 hands on
Lenovo has never had any smartphone market share in North America, but that hasn’t stopped the company from unveiling new Android smartphones at CES the past three years. The Lenovo P90 was revealed today as the second device in the company’s lineup to feature an Intel Atom processor. Other specs on the Lenovo P90 ...

05-01-2015, 16:34 By Nick Gray
Lenovo announces the sharp Vibe X2 Pro at CES 2015
Lenovo introduced the P90, Tab 2, and Vibe Band today in Las Vegas. The company also announced the Vibe X2 Pro. It is a stunning handset that comes in Electric Blue, Champagne Gold, and Rock Pink as color options. The layered design on the sides of the Vibe X2 Pro give it a unique look. The […] Come comment on this article: Lenovo announces the sharp Vibe X2 Pro at CES 2015 Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

05-01-2015, 16:23 By Justin Herrick
Last chance deal: Non-fiction made easy with Blinkist, $49
We’ve all been in a situation where quickly brushing up on a subject could have tipped the scales of fortune in our favor. What have you missed out on by being ignorant to an idea? Living in New York City, public transportation is a vital part of everyday life. I see folks playing Candy Crush... Read more » The post Last chance deal: Non-fiction made easy with Blinkist, $49 appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Google Play offering deals on apps, music, books, and movies ...

05-01-2015, 16:12 By Shawn Collins
Panasonic is bringing its Lumix CM1 camera/smartphone to the U.S.
Earlier today, Panasonic has announced the Lumix CM1 at CES 2015. AndroidandMe notes the device originally was slated just for the European market. However, with today’s unveiling, the company has revealed the device is indeed coming to the United States. The Panasonic Lumix CM1’s main selling point appears to be a 20-megapixel camera with a... Read more » The post Panasonic is bringing its Lumix CM1 camera/smartphone to the U.S. appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts...

05-01-2015, 15:59 By Jalen Benjamin
Magellan’s latest smartwatch lasts for 8 months on a single charge
Magellan, a leader of innovative GPS devices, has just unveiled its latest smartwatch, the Echo Fit, at CES. The latest addition to the Echo line-up has been designed to give users an outstanding battery life, accurate pedometer recordings and motivating goals. The Magellan Echo Fit connects to smartphones via Bluetooth Low Energy (4.0) and records […] Come comment on this article: Magellan’s latest smartwatch lasts for 8 months on a single charge Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, An...

05-01-2015, 15:53 By Josh Levenson
Sling TV Launching Live TV Streaming Service Starting At $20 Per Month, No Cable Subscription Needed
Sling TV is best known for its set-top boxes that can beam your TV signal across the internet to other devices. The Dish subsidiary is set to embark on a new endeavor this year. Sling TV is set to offer a live TV streaming service that doesn't require a separate cable or satellite subscription. For $20 per month, you get a dozen streaming channels with more available as add-ons. The service will be available on Android, iOS, desktops, Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Roku, Android TV, Xbox One, and ...

05-01-2015, 15:52 By Ryan Whitwam
Lenovo announces the Tab 2 A7-10 and A7-30 tablets
As is always the case at CES, Lenovo has unveiled a bunch of new devices. They already showed off the P90 and the Vibe X2 , not to mention the new Vibe Band 10. Now it’s time for some tablets. They just took the wraps off of the Tab 2 A7-10 and A7-30, which are […] Come comment on this article: Lenovo announces the Tab 2 A7-10 and A7-30 tablets Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

05-01-2015, 15:46 By Robert Nazarian
Qualcomm teams up with multiple companies for launch of AllPlay based hardware
Qualcomm has just enlisted the likes of House of Marley, Inkel/Sherwood, Optoma Nuforce, SVS, TP Link, Bayan Audio, Goodmans and TCL Communications to bring dedicated hardware based on its multi-room audio solution known as AllPlay. House of Marley is expected to show off multiroom audio systems at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show, while a handful of other manufacturers […] Come comment on this article: Qualcomm teams up with multiple companies for launch of AllPlay based hardware ...

05-01-2015, 15:46 By Valerie Richardson
SoundCloud Android App Update Brings A Few Material-Inspired Changes And Other Visual Tweaks
The SoundCloud Android app has received a slight visual touch-up in the latest update, version 14.12.18-43. Users will now see a slightly more spacious action bar, rounded menus, and Lollipop notifications. These tweaks sit on top of previous user interface changes that still look bright, colorful, and clean.    Another change takes effect only when you pause music. The changelog says that the background album art gets blurred, but on my Nexus 7, I only noticed dimming. SoundCloud Android App...

05-01-2015, 15:46 By Bertel King, Jr.
Lenovo VIBE X2 Pro announced for that perfect selfie
Selfies are a big thing, whether you like it or not, and Lenovo are embracing this trend with the Vibe X2 Pro, a smartphone that they are claiming delivers the perfect selfie everytime. That’s largely due to the Lenovo VIBE Xtension™ Selfie Flash, which is a pocket-sized flash that plugs into the audio jack to give... Read more » The post Lenovo VIBE X2 Pro announced for that perfect selfie appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: The best Android device for taking selfies ...

05-01-2015, 15:30 By Dan Bartram
Viper unveils new app which can lock, unlock and even start your car using your smartwatch
Renowned car security experts, Viper, have just unveiled their very own Android Wear application which will bring the ability to start, unlock/lock and even track your car directly from your wearable, provided you have Viper SmartStart 4.0 installed. Viper’s system unit can be purchased from a dealer in the U.S. for $149.99. If you already own […] Come comment on this article: Viper unveils new app which can lock, unlock and even start your car using your smartwatch Visit TalkAnd...

05-01-2015, 15:25 By Valerie Richardson

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