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Photos Of The Nexus 9 Keyboard Case Surface As It Passes Through NCC Certification
We recently posted an exclusive look at technical drawings for a Bluetooth keyboard cover destined for HTC's upcoming Nexus 9 (Volantis) tablet. At the time all we had to go on were drawings accompanying the information provided to us (and my own renders), but VR-Zone caught some photos of the keyboard case as it passed through NCC certification. We can confirm that the model number for the keyboard in these photos (UG0B) matches the model number in the materials provided to us for our initi...

15-09-2014, 12:24 By Liam Spradlin
Netflix Continues Its European Expansion With France
You may have been enjoying Netflix's streaming video service for a few years, but not everyone the world over is so lucky. Netflix announced earlier this year (and clarified in July) that it was going to expand the service into Europe this month, and it's starting with France. Content availability varies by market, but French subscribers will get selections like Downton Abbey, Fargo, Orange Is the New Black, and The Dark Knight. Netflix Continues Its European Expansion With France was writt...

15-09-2014, 12:19 By Ryan Whitwam
Rumor: Alleged Oppo N3 Render Shows A Thin Design That Retains The Swivel Selfie-Camera In A Cylindrical Bump
The Oppo N1 was a bit hit and miss: its gigantic frame and unconventional swiveling camera were interesting, but it turned more heads thanks to a special edition that came with the CyanogenMod ROM pre-installed. In David Ruddock's review, he praised the screen and build quality, but had to take away points for the gimmicky rear touchpad, latency, and lack of LTE. We've been interested to see what Oppo would show off next, and GSM Arena seems to think they have a sneak peek at exactly that. Ru...

15-09-2014, 11:39 By Michael Crider
Some Android One devices require microSD card for pictures, downloads
As Google’s official announcement of Android One smartphones in India starts to sink in, more details about the three devices unveiled today are beginning to surface. The devices initially revealed for the Android One program include units from Spice, Karbonn and Micromax. Consistent with the Android One minimum specificiations, all of the devices have 4GB […] Come comment on this article: Some Android One devices require microSD card for pictures, downloads Visit TalkAndroid for...

15-09-2014, 11:27 By Jeff Causey
[New Game] “Light in the Dark” is a light bending, blending Puzzler
A new puzzle game has been launched today from indie developers Dreamgate Studios. The studio comprises of developers that have worked on X-Com, Bioshock and Fallout. All of which are pretty outstanding games. Light in the Dark is the studios first release title that has been fired off across Android, iOS and Windows phones. The back […] The post [New Game] “Light in the Dark” is a light bending, blending Puzzler appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

15-09-2014, 11:25 By Stormy Beach
Spotify brings service to Amazon Fire TV
One of the most requested apps from Chromecast owners wanting to stream music via their device has been Spotify. Inexplicably, Spotify has not jumped on the Chromecast bandwagon. However, Spotify announced today that they are jumping on Amazon Fire TV via their Spotify Connect service. Users do need a Spotify Premium subscription in order to […] Come comment on this article: Spotify brings service to Amazon Fire TV Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

15-09-2014, 11:03 By Jeff Causey
TOCCs Feather Buds: Noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones for under $25 [Deal of the Day]
I can’t think of anything more trivially infuriating than my ear buds being ripped from my ears after getting snagged on a doorknob or crowded subway passenger’s arm. The Feather Buds from TOCCs are a perfect fit for folks looking to cut the cord from their wired earbuds without dropping beaucoup bucks for the Bluetooth upgrade.... Read more » The post TOCCs Feather Buds: Noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones for under $25 [Deal of the Day] appeared first on AndroidGuys.

15-09-2014, 10:50 By Shawn Collins
Google to enable offline YouTube video playback in India
In conjunction with the announcement of Android One smartphones in India today, Google announced a change to the YouTube app for customers in that country. The YouTube app for Android smartphones will be able to download videos when a customer is on a WiFi connection and then they can be watched later when no connection […] Come comment on this article: Google to enable offline YouTube video playback in India Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

15-09-2014, 10:48 By Jeff Causey
Light In The Dark Is A Clever Color-Based Puzzler
So what's going on in Light in the Darkness? The Totems are (apparently) a race of little gumdrop-shaped creatures that emit light. No need to judge, though. Their offspring have gone missing, and you have to use their luminous powers to spot the youngsters.    Simply move the Totems around the level to shine the light on all the baby Totems to complete the level. Sometimes you'll have to combine different colors of light to make the right shade to illuminate the youngsters, but a...

15-09-2014, 10:48 By Ryan Whitwam
Google Is Planning Offline YouTube Downloads In India 'In The Coming Weeks'
People have been searching for an easy way to download YouTube videos to Android since... well, probably since the original G1. And sometime in the very near future, Google is prepared to give it to them... if they live in India. Tucked into the promotional materials for Android One's launch was this tidbit about letting users download YouTube videos for watching online later. The idea is for users to download the videos on WiFi and save on data charges or access them when outside of mobile c...

15-09-2014, 10:38 By Michael Crider
[Deal Alert] Motorola Offering $50 Off New Moto X For People With .edu Email Addresses
The new Moto X isn't available for purchase from Motorola's just yet, but the company is holding a promotion that will let anyone with a valid .edu email address get $50 off the regular price once it does go on sale. This applies for students, teachers, and alumni alike, similar to the last time Motorola offered up this discount for the previous model. Note, only one promotional code will work per email address, and there's a chance it won't go through if you jumped on this offer for the prev...

15-09-2014, 10:28 By Bertel King, Jr.
[Because iPhone] Starting Today, All Verizon Customers With Upgrade Eligibility Before 11/15/14 Can Upgrade Now
You probably suspected as much, but as many carriers do during iPhone season, Verizon has rolled up its handset upgrade schedule to "now" for customers who would have otherwise become eligible for new phones in the next 2 months. To be crystal clear about it: starting today, all Verizon customers eligible for a handset upgrade on or before November 15th 2014 are eligible for that upgrade immediately. This is so droves of people can go out and buy shiny new iPhone 6s and satisfy that imp...

15-09-2014, 10:24 By David Ruddock
Panasonic announces the Lumix CM1, an Android-powered smart camera
Point and shoot cameras have slowly fallen to the wayside thanks to the rising popularity of smartphones, so manufacturers have had to take a different approach to keeping their camera businesses alive. Many companies, like Samsung, have pursued “smart” camera options that run Android, allowing users to take pictures with decent camera specs and quickly […] Come comment on this article: Panasonic announces the Lumix CM1, an Android-powered smart camera Visit TalkAndroid for...

15-09-2014, 10:23 By Jared Peters
Verizon's Advanced Calling 1.0 Rolls Out Today, Enabling VoLTE And Video Calls On Supported Devices
Verizon pre-announced its VoLTE service a few weeks ago, but now it's rolling out. Customers can finally start taking advantage of VoLTE calling starting today—that assumes people still make phone calls, which is debatable. You need to have a supported device of course, and there are still a few caveats. VoLTE allows you to place calls entirely over 4G LTE, finally leaving that crappy old 3G connection behind. Call quality will be vastly improved, and you can make 6-way calls. Verizon's Ad...

15-09-2014, 10:20 By Ryan Whitwam
Motorola offering students $50 off the new Moto X
If you have an .edu address then you qualify for a $50 discount on the off contract Moto X (Pure Edition) when it goes up for pre-order tomorrow. You do need to have current access to the .edu address, though, as Motorola will be sending a promo code to that address that you can apply during the ...

15-09-2014, 10:06 By Sean Riley
Oppo teases announcement of the N3
Oppo took to its Facebook page this morning to share an image with fans teasing the N3. The image suggests that the announcement will be made in Singapore in October. The folks at GSM Arena also received a possible image of the device showing off the unique design the N series is famous for (below). Just […] Come comment on this article: Oppo teases announcement of the N3 Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

15-09-2014, 10:05 By Jack Holt
Panasonic unveils Lumix CM1 cameraphone, complete with 1-inch sensor
Panasonic has just unveiled its new venture into the Android world, the Lumix CM1 cameraphone. Panasonic has been gone from the smartphone market for two years following the disaster that was the Eluga line of devices, but now the Japanese company is back with an intriguing new device that pairs high-end camera specs with an ...

15-09-2014, 09:57 By Nick Sarafolean
Rumor: HTC smartphone-connected Tricorder medical gadgets in the works
HTC has always been a smartphone manufacturer. That’s all. The company helped Google bring Android to the masses and experienced unprecedented growth until Samsung came along and pushed HTC to the side. We all know that HTC has been struggling to keep its head above water over the past few years, so it isn’t that surprising ...

15-09-2014, 09:45 By Nick Gray
LG announces the 3G only G3 Stylus
In early August, an LG made smartphone with a stylus surfaced and was said to be coming out to be pitted against the venerable Galaxy Note 4. Later reports suggested that the device would actually be a smartphone for the budget friendly market and would not compete with the Note 4. It then debuted at […] Come comment on this article: LG announces the 3G only G3 Stylus Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

15-09-2014, 09:43 By Jack Holt
Google Officially Launches Android One In India With Three Phones Starting At Rs. 6299, More Countries Coming Soon
Google hyped up Android One, its initiative to get Android-powered phones into the hands of more people in the developing world, back at Google I/O. They made good on their promises today in India, launching new phones in partnership with local hardware vendors Spice, Micromax, and Karbonn. The first three Android One phones are available today starting at Rs. 6299 ($103 USD at current currency rates) without a contract at major online Indian retailers. Google Officially Launches Android One ...

15-09-2014, 09:39 By Michael Crider

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