Posted: 17 Jul 2013 12:39 PM PDT
First there was TV, and then came cable, followed by Set-top boxes and finally Internet TV. Now where there is internet, there is bound to be the giant that almost rules it: Google. In a recent announcement, Google revealed that it is approaching deals with big time TV broadcaster to secure deals that would allow it to enter the highly profitable and highly monopolized market of Internet TV.
Posted: 17 Jul 2013 12:28 PM PDT
A group of UK student from Exeter University has developed an app that is capable of playing music from an infinite number of devices simultaneously, at the Imagine Cup, an international competition, sponsored by Microsoft that gifts developers to come up with innovative ideas. The app, SoundSynk, secured the first prize in the world championship winning a prize amount of 33,100 pounds to further develop the app.
Posted: 17 Jul 2013 12:16 PM PDT
We have had loads of rumours, speculations and leaks, regarding Android 4.3, Moto X, 2nd generation Nexus 7 since past few months. Google has just sent out press invitation for a July 24th event and we sincerely hope we will get some dose of the above the above mentioned products at the event.
Posted: 17 Jul 2013 10:11 AM PDT
Flip phones, if you didn't know are the rage in Asian countries like Japan and Korea and they've always been that way. Even the advent of the Android, iOS and other touch sensitive devices hasn't managed to shake the trend which clearly shows how much that design is admired. Apparently, Samsung is reportedly working on giving the best of both worlds with an Android flip phone called Samsung Galaxy Folder. It sounds like an awkward design choice but it would certainly interest a flip phone admirer.
Posted: 17 Jul 2013 10:07 AM PDT
The Master key security flaw planted chaos in the Android world in the past few weeks, while some devices have had their fix, many were still being made to wait for their patch by their respective mobile carriers. Apparently, a special patch called ReKey has now been released which was specifically built to fix the security flaw.
Posted: 17 Jul 2013 10:04 AM PDT
Chrome beta for Android has had an update, it's version 29 and it's bringing in a few features which are about the same league as updates released in April and May so nothing major but it is noteworthy. It's noteworthy because Chrome beta for Android now has the latest variety of WebRTC, providing you the luxury of having a face to face chat without the need of any plugins. Not only can you have a good chat with another user but you can now Cube Slam your friend's face right from your phone thanks to the WebRTC support.