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Turns out the LG smartwatch made for Audi is running webOS
The saga of the coolest smartwatch of CES 2015 continues. Yesterday, Ulrich Hackenberg of Audi used an LG smartwatch to summon the self driving Prologue to the stage during a press conference. It was first thought that it could be the G Watch R 2 since it’s round. Then later, it was revealed that it was […] Come comment on this article: Turns out the LG smartwatch made for Audi is running webOS Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

07-01-2015, 21:27 By Robert Nazarian
ARCHOS and Freshub Launch ARCHOS Kitchen Screen, the World’s First Connected Kitchen e-Grocery Shopping Tool
On January 6th at CES, ARCHOS, a well-known manufacturer of Android devices, and Freshub, a connected-kitchen Israeli startup, launched the ARCHOS Kitchen Screen. The end-to-end service is a kitchen-tailored version of the ARCHOS Smart Home Tablet. The ARCHOS Kitchen Screen allows consumers to be able to shop for grocery products. They can do this by... Read more » The post ARCHOS and Freshub Launch ARCHOS Kitchen Screen, the World’s First Connected Kitchen e-Grocery Shopping Tool...

07-01-2015, 20:48 By Jalen Benjamin
CES: Samson announces new ultra-portable microphones
Samson, an industry leader in professional audio solutions and wireless microphones, has announced a slew of new products in Las Vegas this week. Among these products includes their new Samson Meteorite microphone, a USB powered portable microphone focused on capturing crystal-clear quality audio recording on your computer. The Meteorite works with Skype, Facetime, and other... Read more » The post CES: Samson announces new ultra-portable microphones appeared first on AndroidGuys. Rela...

07-01-2015, 20:24 By Jack McNenny
Reddit Sync Facing Suspension From Play Store For 'Impersonation' Even Though Google Did This 2 Years Ago And Reversed Its Decision
The totally awesome Play Store review process strikes again. The developer of popular (and /r/AndroidCircleJerk approved) app Reddit Sync has gotten the dreaded automated support email indicating the app is on track to be pulled. The reason? Impersonating or leveraging another product or service. No, you're not having déjà vu—this has, in fact, happened before. It was two years ago that Google took down Reddit Sync because it was not sufficiently clear that Reddit Sync was an unofficial Re...

07-01-2015, 18:44 By Ryan Whitwam
Google app updated to 4.1, includes settings for Google Now cards
Google is known for keeping its apps up to date, and the Google app is no exception. The latest update is version 4.1 and includes some new features, particularly new settings to control Google Now cards. Anything beyond the most basic control over Google Now cards has been missing from the Google ...

07-01-2015, 18:05 By Nick Sarafolean
The Saygus V2 has 320GB of storage and a 21-megapixel camera
Saygus is a name that you may not know, and we can’t blame you. The company has only created two phones. But its latest phone, the Saygus V2, boasts a specs sheet that rivals and even surpasses many of the flagship devices on the market. The Saygus ...

07-01-2015, 16:57 By Nick Sarafolean
Fresh Meat: 10 new Android apps worth checking out
New apps need lovin’ too, right? Every day there are thousands of additions to the Google Play store, but many go unnoticed and never receive the attention they deserve. We’ve shown in the past that this community can discover great apps and propel them to new heights. Our weekly Fresh Meat column highlights new apps with ...

07-01-2015, 16:40 By Steve Raycraft
[CES 2015] Hands-On: Energous Wants To Charge Your Gadets Completely Over The Air - No Pads, No Wires, Some Magic
Do you know what RF pocket forming is? Neither do I! But if I told you it was potentially the way your future gadgets would be able to charge themselves over the air sans any wires or pads or other surfaces, would you be interested? I know I was, and that's what a relatively little-known company called Energous is hoping will get your attention. Energous, despite not being particularly recognized outside its respective industry, is doing something with charging that seems legitimately revolu...

07-01-2015, 16:35 By David Ruddock
Gunbrick Offers A Unique Combination Of Platforming And Puzzles (Also Guns And Bricks)
There are only so many ways you can make a game that features side-scrolling and shooting, but developer Nitrome seems to have found another one. In Gunbrick, you play a duck (or a chicken, or possibly just a blonde guy with jaundice, it's never really made clear) who buys and operates a Gunbrick. It's a brick with a gun in it, in case that wasn't obvious. There are just two controls in Gunbrick: swipe to rotate one Gunbrick-length left or right, or tap to fire the gun mounted on the bottom...

07-01-2015, 16:27 By Michael Crider
Android 5.0 update for the One M8 will start rolling out in 1-2 weeks
According to LlabTooFeR, who is well in the loop about HTC related information, the One M8 will start receiving its Android 5.0 update within the next two weeks. He mentions that EU and WWE (Worldwide English) regions will be the first to get the update, but there’s still no word on when the American carrier variants of the […] Come comment on this article: Android 5.0 update for the One M8 will start rolling out in 1-2 weeks Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, an...

07-01-2015, 16:13 By Valerie Richardson
Huawei Honor 6 Plus hands-on
Huawei didn’t announce a new phone a CES this year, but they did bring the Huawei Honor 6 Plus, which was just announced a few weeks back. Specs include a 5.5-inch 1920×1080 display, 1.8GHz octa-core Kirin 925 processor, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of storage that can be expanded with up to a 128GB microSD card, a generous 3600mAh battery, and dual-SIM ...

07-01-2015, 16:13 By Nick Gray
Fitbit Starts Shipping The Charge HR And Surge Fitness Bands, Introduces A Few New Features For Existing Users
Towards the end of March, Fitbit announced the Charge HR and Surge, new additions to its activity-tracking family. The Charge HR is an enhanced version of the Charge, just with a heart rate monitor added on (clever). The Surge is the Cadillac version that comes with a giant, black and white touch screen. The former goes for $149.99, while the latter goes for a hundred bucks more. Both are now shipping in North America, which a global release soon to follow. Fitbit Starts Shipping The Charge H...

07-01-2015, 15:39 By Bertel King, Jr.
T-Mobile added 8.3 million customers in 2014
T-Mobile has spent the last two years revamping itself and becoming the “Uncarrier”. The approach seems to be working, as T-Mobile added 8.3 million new customers in 2014, its largest annual addition ever. In Q4 alone, T-Mobile added 2.1 million new customers, making it the 7th consecutive quarter to add more than 1 million new ...

07-01-2015, 15:31 By Nick Sarafolean
ZTE Nubia Z7 hands-on
Every year, ZTE has a few new devices to show off at CES. While the company’s booth is filled with more than a dozen forgettable mid-range phones, the ZTE Nubia Z7 stands out with an impressive spec sheet and a sleek design. ZTE has equipped the Nubia Z7 with a 5.5-inch ...

07-01-2015, 15:26 By Nick Gray
T-Mobile gains 2.1 million customers in last quarter, 8.3 million in 2014
We are in a new year and that means companies are disclosing 2014 performances. For T-Mobile, it was an excellent year with substantial growth. The carrier gained 2.1 million customers in the final quarter of 2014 and that means 8.3 million were added throughout the entire year. So many people could be switching to T-Mobile […] Come comment on this article: T-Mobile gains 2.1 million customers in last quarter, 8.3 million in 2014 Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and ...

07-01-2015, 15:17 By Justin Herrick
HTC looking to expand in connected devices and entertainment in 2015
HTC is promising a stellar 2015 for consumers and with renewed growth from its mid-range devices and expansion in 2014, the company is looking to expand even further by diving into other areas of technology. At CES this week, HTC announced that it will be expanding into entertainment and connected devices (smart appliances, etc) while […] Come comment on this article: HTC looking to expand in connected devices and entertainment in 2015 Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides...

07-01-2015, 15:09 By Jack Holt
MHL Consortium Announces SuperMHL Standard With New Cable Design And 8K Video Support
In recent years the Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) standard hasn't been nearly as ubiquitous as it once was - some manufacturers have switched to other hardware solutions like MicroHDMI ports, some have abandoned hardware video output altogether, and plenty of users have moved on to wireless streaming of one sort or another. But the MHL consortium is hoping to reinvigorate the standard with new hardware and new capabilities. Meet SuperMHL: it's over 8000. MHL Consortium Announces SuperMHL ...

07-01-2015, 15:03 By Michael Crider
Razer announces Nabu X, a smart band on a budget
Smart watches and other wearables are finally gaining traction, especially after the release of Android Wear. But even before Android Wear and other smart watches, we had various fitness bands that were genuinely good options for those who needed something more basic. Razer decided to join the game with a unique take on the smart ...

07-01-2015, 14:43 By Dima Aryeh
Future handsets from Samsung will offer support for enhanced themes
It’s no secret that Samsung has been toying with the idea of offering the ability for users of its smartphones the ability to theme their devices. Much like that of third party launchers, users would be able to set a general scheme complete with themed icons for TouchWiz. It looks like the company will be […] Come comment on this article: Future handsets from Samsung will offer support for enhanced themes Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

07-01-2015, 14:40 By Jack Holt
Samsung Fingers may actually be an upcoming product
In April, Samsung humorously announced the fictional Fingers smart glove. While it was definitely funny to think about at the time, Samsung seems to be serious about a similar device. In January of last year, the company filed to patent a smart glove. The title for the application is “FINGER MOTION RECOGNITION GLOVE USING CONDUCTIVE […] Come comment on this article: Samsung Fingers may actually be an upcoming product Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

07-01-2015, 14:35 By Justin Herrick


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