- Vine For Android Updated With New Camera tools And Widget
- New Angry Birds Star Wars Game Teased
- Moto X Phone Spotted With Eric Schmidt
- MoDaCo Switch Lets You Toggle Between AOSP and Sense UI For HTC One
- News Roundup: Verizon's Moto X, Akademy '13
Posted: 13 Jul 2013 11:46 AM PDT
Vine is to video blogging, what Twitter is to micrblogging. With Vine, you have the opportunity to capture tiny little clips, to express yourself, just like Twitter allows you to with their tweets in 140 characters. Recently, Vine launched an update for their Android application, bringing a host of new features to the table, features which were quite needed by the app to stay ahead of the pack in the Android segment of the market.
Posted: 13 Jul 2013 11:38 AM PDT
In a recent tweet by Rovio Entertainment, the creator of the hit Android sensation Angry Birds series, it has been teased that there will be a new game in the series. As people might remember, Rovio recently made a new sub addition to the series, by collaborating with Lucas Arts and releasing a Star Wars variant of the popular Angry Birds. In the sub series, the Birds are cast in the role of the Rebels and the Piggies cast in the role of the Empire, along with all the Force related power ups and even Light Sabers!
Posted: 13 Jul 2013 11:21 AM PDT
Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt was spotted using the Moto X phone at the Allen and Co. conference yesterday. This is the first time we got to see the phone in action although it is in the hands of another. As seen before, the phone has a textured white back while the front half of the phone is black. The camera is placed in the center along with the Motorola logo hanging below it. The pictures show the device being used by Eric Schmidt at the conference.
Posted: 13 Jul 2013 11:14 AM PDT
A while ago popular Android modder Paul O'Brien revealed that he was cooking up something called MoDaCo.SWITCH. Very little was known about it until this video was revealed demonstrating the feature. Speaking of which, it is supposed to be a quick and convenient way to switch from HTC Sense UI to AOSP.
Posted: 12 Jul 2013 08:50 PM PDT
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