Contextual information is important, but relies on having your device handy. There are times when that isn’t the case, though. We set our phone down, and just can’t find it
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The folks from Amazon have been on a roll this week with exciting news and announcements.
If you’ve been dying to try Google ‘s latest and greatest creation and passion project, Google Glass , we have some excellent news this afternoon. Today they’ve announced that their Glass wearable gadget will be hitting the road, and soon you’ll be able to try them yourself
Today the folks from LG and Verizon are issuing a quick software update out for the LG Lucid smartphone.
Google has just confirmed this afternoon that they’ll be issuing an update to Gmail starting today which should seriously improve the user interface. Cards everywhere seems to be their new design direction, as we’re getting the same Card-based UI that was first introduced with Google Now, and eventually arrived for other Google apps. We have a feeling Android 4.4 KitKat will introduce a lot more Card UI elements, but for now it’s Gmail’s turn to enjoy it.
Along with all of the excellent news from Amazon this evening regarding their new Kindle Fire HDX lineup is something called Mayday. You might be wondering what exactly that is, and we’ll tell you
In case you didn’t notice, the folks from Amazon just announced their new tablet lineup this evening.
The folks from Ookla have been teasing a brand new version of Speedtest for Android lately, and now we’ve learned it should be arriving on the Google Play Store sometime this week. Nothing beats Speedtest when it comes to checking your mobile or home network speeds, but their UI has struggled to keep up with all the changes and increased sizes of Android devices. Their current app isn’t what we’d call pretty, and usually any device over 4-inches doesn’t scale properly to their design.
Just this morning we reported on some recent comments by HTC talking about the software update to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, and now it appears to already be arriving. In fact an HTC president just said the developer edition One would see the update next week, and now this morning we’re seeing reports of the HTC One getting 4.3 in Taiwan. Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and Sense UI 5.0 is reportedly hitting all HTC One units in Taiwan at the moment, and a bigger rollout to other regions is expected to shortly follow