It just might be the last year of the Nexus, and if it is, it could go out with a bang. We already know about the Nexus X, but is it going to be a 5.2-inch model or a 5.9-inch model?
It’s expected that the Nexus X will in fact be 5.9-inches, but we also know that Motorola is testing two Moto S devices, a 5.2-incher and a 5.9-incher. It’s unclear whether Motorola will release both devices, but a source close to the supply chain is saying that Google is readying the unused device. So If Motorola releases the 5.9-inch version under the Moto S name, Google would then take the 5.2-incher and make it a second Nexus device.
Dropbox has announced some major revisions to the Dropbox Pro paid subscription version of their service. The update brings some enhancements related to security in response to customer requests. Dropbox is also simplifying their pricing and increasing the storage available. Previously, Dropbox Pro was priced at $9.99 per month for 100 GB of space. Users could bump that up to a maximum of 500 GB of space for $50 per month. Now, Dropbox is keeping the pricing the same but users get 1 TB of storage space instead.
T-Mobile is pushing out a small software update to their Galaxy S 5. There are no new features, but the change log states the update brings improved audio and software stability. Bug fixes never hurt, right?
This update brings the T-Mobile GS5 up to software version G900TUVU1BNG4, and you can snag the update OTA or through Kies.
Since Apple introduced 64-bit computing to the smartphone market last year, Android fans have been waiting to see when a 64-bit processor will show up in an Android device. In addition to waiting on manufacturers to ramp up production of 64-bit chips to be placed in Android devices, Google has to add support to the operating system. That should be coming with the release of Android L. A new user agent profile file found on the Samsung web site suggests the company is poised to have a 64-bit device ready in the near future to go with the official release of Android L.
The file that was discovered is for a Samsung SM-G530F which is listed as having ARM Cortex-A53 processors instead of the typical Cortex-A7. The Cortex-A53 processors are found in the Snapdragon 61x line of 64-bit processors. The processors are expected to run about 50 percent faster than the Cortex-A7 chips. They are also supposed to be more power efficient, so not only will they be faster, they should last longer on a battery charge.
Asus has released another teaser for their upcoming smartwatch, showing off a slim, sleek design and the name of the wearable. Asus will call their first entry into the smartwatch market the ZenWatch, which I’m personally not a huge fan of, but hey, I’m no market expert.
Regardless of the name, the watch itself does look great. We won’t have to wait too much longer for an official announcement, but in the meantime, you can check out the video of the watch below.
LG hasn’t really tried to hide their upcoming round smartwatch, but thanks to a recent FCC filing, the watch is more or less official. The smartwatch passed through the FCC certification process as the LG-W110, and the pictures listed with it definitely show a round shape.
Unfortunately, there’s not much else to glean from the filing. The device will have standard WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 radios, but there’s no word on specs, screen resolution, name, or anything else interesting. With IFA just a few away, though, we shouldn’t have to wait much longer before LG shows their latest wearable off.
via: Droid Life
Until now users of the Windows version of Google Chrome have had to perform registry hacks or other convoluted methods to get the popular browser to support their high resolution displays. A bizarre oversight seeing as its been two years since they brought support to Apple’s high-dpi Retina displays. Thankfully Google have released version 37 of Chrome for Windows bringing support for high-dpi displays, and official (and stable) 64-bit support. If that wasn’t enough they also included support for Microsoft’s DirectWrite technology which smooths out fonts and should make the overall browsing experience less taxing on the eyes.
Continuing with their “Ready to Note?” theme for the upcoming Samsung Unpacked event, the company has released four new videos, joining one released a couple days ago, highlighting how customers use their Note devices. Each video is a “Love Note” with a different user describing how they have used their Note devices and the kind of impact it has had on their life.
You can check out each of the videos after the break.
TeamViewer QuickSupport is an application that brings technical support for your mobile device. While it can take place on a computer, TeamViewer QuickSupport also has the capability of showing exactly how to do something directly from the device will remote support. The app already supports devices from Samsung, Sony, ASUS, Lenovo, ZTE, and Alcatel One Touch / TCL. Today, TeamViewer QuickSupport’s support is now compatible with HTC, LG, and Huawei devices. In addition to these well-known hardware manufacturers, the app will also support Intel, Casio, and i.Onik products.
Hit the break for download links.
LG’s G Watch is less than two weeks old but that isn’t stopping LG from releasing their next wearable to the world, the G Watch R. A couple days ago the Korean tech giant released a teaser video to build hype and today they’ve posted the above image to their Facebook account. The similarities to the upcoming Moto 360 are obvious, including a round display and a single button on the side of the device. However, LG is the only company so far to release a smartwatch with a completely circular display (the bottom portion of the Moto 360 serves as a touchpad).