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The Unlocked Moto X (2013) For T-Mobile Is Finally Getting Its Android 4.4.4 OTA Update
"Better late than never" is almost never said with real sincerity, and such is the case with the latest build of Android for the T-Mobile Moto X. All three of the other carrier versions of Motorola's 2013 flagship have already received the latest version of Android: Sprint, AT&T, and even Verizon. Perhaps the fact that T-Mobile doesn't actually sell the phone has something to do with it - it's only available in a non-contract, unlocked "T-Mobile" edition at full price from Motorola. The U...

23-09-2014, 06:30 By Michael Crider
Sony will focus on high-end smartphones to help right the ship
In case you haven’t heard, Sony is in a little bit of strife. After having a resoundingly successful 2013, Sony’s financial success has taken a turn for the worse, recently posting a 180 billion year “impairment” – their words, not ours – due to poor performance by its Xperia devices, particularly the smartphones. As a […] The post Sony will focus on high-end smartphones to help right the ship appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

23-09-2014, 04:33 By Stephen Yuen
Android M Already Talked About?! Android L Spotted on Build in Chromium! – ManDroid Daily
Happy Monday my Android friends. Okay, that statement doesn’t make sense. There is no such thing as a “happy” Monday, but the ManDroid Daily is here. Android M is already being talked about on the developer side, which makes sense given they are ahead of what is out there. Android L on the other hand […] The post Android M Already Talked About?! Android L Spotted on Build in Chromium! – ManDroid Daily appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

23-09-2014, 00:52 By David Pena
Plex Plans Price Increase for new Plex Pass Subscribers
Plex has announced today a plan to raise its subscription prices next week. Thankfully, the boost is only in effect for new subscribers set up after September 29, so your current account is in no danger of being billed higher in October. The monthly rate has increased from $3.99 to $4.99, the yearly from $29.99 […] Come comment on this article: Plex Plans Price Increase for new Plex Pass Subscribers Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

23-09-2014, 00:14 By Alex Cobb
Already?!: Googlers are already dropping the Android M name even before Android L is released
I’m sure many of us in the Android community are waiting with bated breath for the day that Android L - whether it be called Lemon Meringue Pie, Lion, or Lollipop – is finally released into the wild after it was announced at Google I/O earlier this year. That still hasn’t stopped some people talking about the next […] The post Already?!: Googlers are already dropping the Android M name even before Android L is released appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

22-09-2014, 22:21 By Stephen Yuen
TalkAndroid Daily Dose for September 22, 2014
With hectic schedules, it can be hard to keep track of everything in your news feed. That’s why we created the TalkAndroid Daily Dose. This is where we recap the day’s hottest stories so you can get yourself up to speed in quick fashion. Happy reading!! Apps Microsoft offers 30GB to OneDrive users that use […] Come comment on this article: TalkAndroid Daily Dose for September 22, 2014 Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

22-09-2014, 21:48 By Robert Nazarian
tinyCam Monitor Updated With Wear Support, Lets You Quickly Check An IP Camera From Your Wrist
As a Dropcam user, I often wish I could get a little bit more than an activity notification on my Android Wear watch. I don't want to watch the video feed for 10 solid minutes, but the option to quickly see what my camera is seeing in an instant would be amazing. If you're a tinyCam user, you just got that luxury. I'm jealous. As of version 5.6, you can now say "OK Google, start tinyCam monitor" to your Android Wear watch and get a quick glimpse of the video feed. tinyCam Monitor Updated W...

22-09-2014, 21:32 By Cameron Summerson
Apple will not shutdown Beats Music, it will be retooled instead
On Monday, a report emerged that Beats Music would be shutting down despite Tim Cook doing an interview with Charlie Rose on PBS in which he boasted about the feeling the service provides. Apple recently purchased Beats for billions of dollars. Since the acquisition, many Beats employees are said to have been peeled off of […] Come comment on this article: Apple will not shutdown Beats Music, it will be retooled instead Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

22-09-2014, 21:28 By Justin Herrick
Top 5 most popular Android apps from last week: Moto Display, Hangouts Dialer
Every week we cover new Android apps with Fresh Meat on Wednesday, followed by Android Gaming on Thursday and Top 10 App Updates on Friday. When Monday rolls around, we look back to see which apps were the most appealing to our audience. Read on for the 5 most popular Android apps from last week. These apps are ...

22-09-2014, 21:05 By Steve Raycraft
Google Now brings in flight price monitoring card
The capabilities of Google Now expands often. Today, we are finding out that the latest addition to Google Now is a card that monitors flight prices. It works with data found through Google Flight to track a particular flight’s prices. A card will appear when the price changes. Data from other sites is not yet […] Come comment on this article: Google Now brings in flight price monitoring card Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

22-09-2014, 20:51 By Justin Herrick
Wear Tip Calculator Might Be The First Android Wear App To Effectively Use A Circular Screen
With the obvious exception of watch faces themselves, there aren't many parts of Android Wear that actually benefit from the round screens of the Moto 360 and the upcoming G Watch R - not even Google's official apps. A new and relatively humble tip calculator is the first Wear app I've seen that makes really excellent use of the extra radial space. It's called (appropriately) Wear Tip Calculator. The app uses a circular design. Wear Tip Calculator Might Be The First Android Wear App To Effec...

22-09-2014, 20:42 By Michael Crider
Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 official, boasts 6-inch 720p HD display, 8MP camera and more
Last year, Samsung unleashed a pair of giant smartphones onto the market, both of which fell into the Galaxy Mega lineup. Now, the manufacturer has decided to go ahead and announce the Galaxy Mega 5.8′s followup, while also increasing the display size for good measure. Samsung has officially announced the ...

22-09-2014, 20:40 By Evan Selleck
Android M chatter starting before L has been released
To some, Android L is already old news. Google engineers discussing things on the Android Open Source Project thread mention an upcoming version of Android multiple times. Unsurprisingly, the said version was called Android M. This follows Google’s alphabetical order for labeling Android versions. We have yet to find out Android L’s sweet name, but […] Come comment on this article: Android M chatter starting before L has been released Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, And...

22-09-2014, 20:27 By Justin Herrick
Plex to increase Plex Pass subscription fees on September 29th
The sum of Plex can’t really be put into just a few words. In its simplest form Plex is a media server service with companion applications for all your various devices, Android included. If you just want default access to things you can simply install the server on your computer and then buy the app […] The post Plex to increase Plex Pass subscription fees on September 29th appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

22-09-2014, 19:48 By Stormy Beach
Bench 2X Faster Charger Cable Review
Have you been in need of a way to charge your Android device quickly but don’t have access to a wall outlet? If so, then Pyramid Distribution may just have the cable you’ve been looking for. With regular USB cables, if you plug it into your computer to charge, you never know how long it’s going... Read more » The post Bench 2X Faster Charger Cable Review appeared first on AndroidGuys.

22-09-2014, 19:43 By Thomas Leskin
Patent Troll Successfully Squashed After Rackspace Chooses To Engage Over 'Screen Rotation Technology'
In a triumphant post to its blog today, Rackspace announced that Rotatable Technologies is now "an ex-patent troll." This new designation for Rotatable Technologies comes after the US Patent and Trademark Office declared its patent (6,326,978) unpatentable. Last year, Rotatable Technologies decided to go after Rackspace over the patent, demanding $75,000. Rackspace chose to fight not just the case but the patent itself. What is patent 6,326,978? It was a patent covering "a display method for...

22-09-2014, 19:16 By Liam Spradlin
SJ IM – privacy app for instant messaging
SJ IM is a safety layer app that works with any Jabber chat client. It has a hefty price tag for an app of it’s class, we’ll tell you whether it’s worth the spend or not in this review. Price: ~$4.76 Tested on: Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport Content Rating: Low Maturity AndroidTapp.com Android App Review:... View Article SJ IM – privacy app for instant messaging is a post from: AndroidTapp The post SJ IM – privacy app for instant messagi...

22-09-2014, 18:54 By Antonio Wells
Unmechanical Stars A Tiny Helicopter Robot In A Big Scary World
Imagine if the little robot guys from Batteries Not Included had their own videogame. Now imagine if that video game was produced in the current framework of indie games, which seem to favor the dark and somewhat creepy atmosphere of a Lorne Lanning title. Now you've got Unmechanical, a 2D platformer with Unreal 3D graphics that has just been published to the Google Play Store. You can pick it up for $3 with no in-app purchases. Unmechanical Stars A Tiny Helicopter Robot In A Big Scary World ...

22-09-2014, 18:30 By Michael Crider
Google chose HTC for the Nexus 9 to stop any one manufacturer gaining a monopoly
We’ve suspected its been coming for the longest time, but it’s always nice to find out a bit of back story. The Wall Street Journal has yesterday reported on the relationship between Google and HTC and how the Nexus 9 tablet apparently has come to be. According to WSJ, Google chose HTC for the Nexus 9 to stop “any […] The post Google chose HTC for the Nexus 9 to stop any one manufacturer gaining a monopoly appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

22-09-2014, 18:08 By Stephen Yuen
AT&T to launch the LG G3 Vigor on Sept. 26th with additional promotional perks
So, another LG G3 variant is headed to another carrier in the US. The LG G3 Vigor, which was launched on Sprint’s network on September 19th, will also be finding its way to AT&T on the 26th. By all accounts the Vigor is a less expensive version of the flagship LG G3 with a number of […] The post AT&T to launch the LG G3 Vigor on Sept. 26th with additional promotional perks appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

22-09-2014, 17:45 By Stormy Beach

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