Amazon is updating their FreeTime program, which allows for parents to set limits on how much their kids use a Kindle device.
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When Samsung makes an “active” version of their Galaxy S devices, we expect something a little more rugged. By nature, it lends itself to being tossed around and dunked in water. We don’t really expect a spec upgrade, but that’s what we might be getting with the newer Galaxy S4 Active
Qualcomm has officially announced the Snapdragon 410, ushering in the era of incorporated 4G LTE chipsets. This also takes a page from the Apple playbook, offering 64-bit technology and a snappy GPU. Interestingly, Qualcomm also notes that their 4G LTE will be a world phone, and points to China as a market prime for expansion.
While Google Glass has been expanding into the hands of more and more people lately, we cannot help but keep an eye on the development side.
One thing is for certain: you can’t stop science.
Google is now using Google+ posts as ads across other sites, the company announced today. The “+Post” ads will display on Google’s two million sites available on its Google Display Network.
If you’re thinking of going out for a drink tonight, we have an app you should try before venturing into the world. Going by the name of Secret Happy Hour, the app is now out for Android, and has your casual drinking habits in mind. The app also aims to save you money, which is just as good as a stiff drink or warm cider
The Moto G source codes have been released, letting you hack into Moto G’s Zion mainframe and end the rebellion. If you’re into development of custom kernels or other fun stuff for Motorola’s new mid-range monster, you are now free and clear to do so with the blessing of the mothership
In India, some winners of the KitKat worldwide contest are a touch upset. In what is either confusion or simple bait-and-switch, big winners ended up with the 2012 version of Google’s flagship tablet rather than the 2013 variant winners in other parts of the world received.