Twitter user @evleaks is at it again, this time with a leak of a picture said to be the LG L90, for T-Mobile. The upcoming device has had a couple leaks, and is said to feature a 4.7 qHD display, Snapdragon 400, 8GB of RAM, and an 8MP camera.
According to Twitter user @evleaks, a user with a great track record for leaks, a HTC One harman/kardon edition is going to be available from Sprint sometime in the near future.
This news shows that HTC is looking to take the audio portion of their devices away from Beats Audio. Details about exactly when the device will be released are unknown at this point, but there is no reason to expect it to take too long.
On Monday the devastating new bug in OpenSSL was discovered which severely compromises the integrity of secure communications. Not only that, but there isn’t much the user can do about it.
Now that it’s been discovered a new app called “Heartbleed Detector” has been released, which will tell you if you’re running the vulnerable version of Android on your device. Hit the break for more and the Google Play store link!
Since Dropbox was released, it has become a very useful tool for many businesses. Despite this fact, Dropbox today released Dropbox for Business, which has been in beta for a while.
Dropbox for business allows users to connect their account to a new business account, and you can access both from a device. It provides more control over corporate data, allowing for remote data wipes and the ability to track data access.
Dropbox also revealed the new “Project Harmony” today, which is a set of collaboration tools for users while using Microsoft Office. Project Harmony is built to work with any application, so more partnerships will come soon.
Via: Mobile Syrup
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Dropbox announces photo gallery, Carousel, for Android
Dropbox releases Mailbox onto Google Play
Dropbox for Business released with new features coming soon
If you don’t have Facebook Messenger installed now, you will very soon
We like to talk about Humble Bumble a lot at TA, and for good reason. If you aren’t familiar, Humble Bumble lets you buy a group of games for a lower than average price, while helping developers and charity. Humble Bumble PC and Android 9 already had six games, but if you pay more than the average, you’ll now get three additional titles: Savant: Ascent, Snyder Arcade, and The Shivah.
In Savant: Ascent, you go up a tower in search of a curious orb while battling enemies. Snyder Arcade is “serious old-school gaming,” as you blast objects in outer space in this shoot-em-up. The last game, The Shivah, you are a Jewish Rabbi trying to find the truth behind money left to him.
The current average price is $3.90, so if you pay more than that you’ll get all of the titles available. Download via the link below.
Source: Humble Bundle
LG devices have not been afraid to pose for the camera lately. This time around is the LG L70. On Twitter, @evleaks posted the image above of LG’s little device. This one is for MetroPCS. On the back, carrier branding is nothing intrusive. The front is very calm as well.
LG L70 specifications:
- 4.5-inch IPS Display (800 x 400)
- 1.2 GHz Dual-Core Processor with 1GB of RAM
- 4GB of memory
- 8MP or 5MP rear camera
- Front facing camera (depending on market)
- 2,100mAh removable battery
- Android 4.4 KitKat
- G (HSPA+21Mbps)
No time for pocket change when it comes to Apple and Samsung’s ongoing patent trial. Today, Apple has raised its claim for the jury to go in there favor and award them $2.19 billion in damages. Apple had originally wanted around $2 billion. Read more
Not too long ago, Dropbox acquired Mailbox, an app designed for iOS devices. Of course, Dropbox is pretty friendly on all platforms, so it was pretty obvious that they were eventually going to look at bringing the app to Android at some point in the future. Today, that finally happened.
The app currently only works with Gmail (and iCloud, if you happen to have any iOS devices) but it arguably manages Gmail better than Google’s own client. The interface is extremely clean and flat, and uses swiping gestures to manage emails. Swipe to the right and you’ll either mark a message as read or delete it, and swiping it left either saves the email for later or archives it. This intuitive swiping makes the app extremely fast and fluid to use, and helps speed up inbox management . Read more
Dropbox is keeping us busy today – not only did they release Mailbox for Android, but they’ve also unveiled a new photo gallery for devices called Carousel. With Carousel, Dropbox wants to provide users with a gallery “for all the photos and videos from your life,” combining your photos in the cloud and the photos taken on your device. Dropbox’s big selling point is not having to worry about the storage space on your device, since photos will be stored in Dropbox’s cloud.
In addition, Carousel will have a messaging system, allowing you to have private conversations to “relive entire events with friends and family” much faster than text messaging. The app is already available in the Play Store, via the link past the break.