In the early days of access to the Internet on mobile devices, before Firefox or Chrome became household brands on smartphones, Opera made a name for itself by providing the technology and the service to compress data that goes through its browser. Now the company wants to bring that concept outside the browser and into your entire Android device
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Google has released the latest update for Glass . This time around the update has landed as XE12, which includes a bit about the iOS companion app.
Now everything is out in the open, it's not that surprising that the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c has been spotted on display in at least one China Mobile store, but it does make it all that little bit more real. Better yet, according to PRC , the iPhone is already starting to take over the display space: A majority of the ad and display space in the store had been dedicated to Apple. If this is any indication, China Mobile is planning to aggressively promote their new Apple partnership in the hopes of blunting any advances from China Unicom and Telecom.
Sony isn’t a stranger to offering device support under the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) .
In the UK Apple will happily sell you a brand shiny new iPhone 5c for £469 for the 16GB model, but online retailer Expansys currently has an offer that betters that by a good chunk of change.
Google has started rolling out the first maintenance update to Android 4.4 KitKat . While most eyes have been focused on Android 4.4.1′s fixes to the Nexus 5 ‘s camera features, lurking beneath the hundreds of changes are clues to the future of Android support for Chromecast
Broadcom has embarked on a journey that will hopefully bring wider support for Android devices among in-vehicle systems. Its new Automotive Bluetooth software stack aims to break down barriers between different and sometimes incompatible Bluetooth stacks in order to deliver seamless connectivity between the car and the phone. The Bluetooth situation on Android isn’t pretty, at least according to Broadcom.
SwiftKey 4.3 dropped the beta tag in early November and it looks like the next release has arrived. The folks at SwiftKey have announced beta 4.4, which is arriving with what they are referring to as a simpler installer. Basically, it looks like SwiftKey team was able to cut down on some of the steps required during the installation and setup process
Huge news this morning from Three UK, with the announcement of a raft of expansions to its roaming abolishing 'Feel at Home' program which now includes the United States. That means that Three customers heading Stateside can roam freely at no extra charge using their own UK allowance of calls, texts and data so keeping connected with home won't cost a penny extra