Mobile World Congress 2015 has just begun, and Acer has just announced its latest wearable, the Liquid Leap+ Smart Activeband. The Liquid Leap+ (as we will call it from now on) is platform agnostic, meaning it is compatible with Android, Windows and iOS. More details as well as the full press release after the break.
HTC might be having its official announcement at MWC 2015 later this afternoon, but that hasn’t stopped Best Buy from jumping the gun by letting its product page for the HTC One M9 go live. If you’ve followed the leaks at all, you already know all about the One M9. Previous leaks have seen the HTC One M9 appearing in promotional pictures and videos as well as suffering the indignity of being compared to its predecessors by a member of the press with early access.
One of the great things about Android is that we can customise our home screens to our heart’s content, and Google’s Android Wear platform is no different. There is a myriad of different watch faces available for download, and IO 2015 is one of the newest to hit the Play Store.
We are less than one day away from the Galaxy S 6 being announced and all eyes will be on Samsung to see what the device is capable of. This morning, Samsung released a video to continue hyping the Galaxy S 6. The video includes tweets from people around the world that are excited and eager to see #TheNextGalaxy. Near the end, counting starts from one but ends until six. That is where the message WHAT’S NEXT appears before reminding everyone that the announcement will be tomorrow.
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This is definitely not what HTC wanted to happen the day before its MWC 2015 event. A press member with early access to the device posted a hands on video with the One (M9) being compared to its predecessors. The video does not show or reveal anything we have not heard already; therefore, all it is really good for is seeing the One (M9) in a few more angles.
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theScore, probably my favorite sports app, just received its long awaited Material Design update. While the app itself remains unchanged, the subtle UI change to match Lollipop is always nice to see.
Out of curiosity, what are some of your favorite apps to keep up with your sports scores? QR code and a download link after the break!
Sprint and Best Buy have teamed up to offer customers an exclusive plan that includes unlimited talk, text, data and your choice of any phone that Sprint offers. Here’s a detailed list of Sprints new “Best Buy One Plan”:
Motorola is currently pushing out an update for its official Camera application via the Play Store. This upgrade doesn’t transport much with regards to new features, but it does bring an appearance transformation that complies with Google’s recently-announced Material Design guidelines, in addition to a multitude of bug fixes.
Online leaker LlabTooFeR has taken to his Twitter page yet again to share with us another wallpaper from the upcoming HTC One (M9) before its release on March 1. Just like the fourteen others we’ve already seen, the fifteenth stock background appears to have been designed with the same blurred landscape theme in mind.
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Earlier today, an unannounced Sony-branded tablet passed through the United States of America’s official certification authority — the FCC. Information included in the brief filing documentation reveals that we could be looking at the new Galaxy Tab 4 Lite 7.0 LTE.