Samsung recently dropped the “Just for You” teaser video on YouTube and it measures in at 22 seconds in length and appears to be offering a look at the Galaxy J. This isn’t the only time we have seen talk of the Galaxy J recently, however this one is from Samsung as opposed to a leak
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Another week has passed and this time around that meant some new apps, some updated apps, some competition for Google Glass from Vuzix with the M100 and even a bit more about Motorola. The Motorola news was in regards to the troublesome Moto X Cyber Sale. As those who were watching saw, the sale day came and went.
If you thought there was no way Motorola was able to make money form the Moto G, think again. A new study posits that Motorola has worked in a tidy profit into each Moto G handset, and will clear about 5% from each sale once all is said and done. For consumers, this is great; we get a really nice device at a stellar price.
Twitter is said to be working with a startup in Singapore to offer their service offline, according to a report by Reuters. The offline access is targeted at emerging markets, where a data connection is not always available or necessary.
Just after being released to the world, Polaroid’s Android camera is being pulled form shelves. The mirrorless shooter, which Nikon says violates patents they hold, will no longer be offered to consumers. In an agreement between Nikon and the camera’s manufacturer Sakar, they will “no longer manufacture, import, advertise, promote, offer for sale, sell, or ship the Polaroid iM1836 digital camera in its present configuration.” The Polaroid iM1836 was first seen at CES 2013, and quickly drew comparisons to Samsung’s Galaxy camera
A new report suggests that an Android set-top box is on the way to our living rooms.
When it comes to apps and websites, we all have our preferences. Some prefer gaming, while others like to read news. Music is always popular, and so is sports
Rovio recently updated Angry Birds Seasons and added quite a few new levels. And well, it looks like they have just done the same for the Star Wars version. In this case, that means an update for the free (with ads) and paid (no ads) version of Angry Birds Star Wars II.
Wearable technology is a growing category at the moment. It is likely one that will continue growing with time, however for now it doesn’t appear as if we have yet to see the best in any category. That isn’t to say we haven’t seen some quality options, but it still seems to be early days in the space.