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One of the most exciting features announced in today’s keynote was the integration between Chrome and Android. Soon you’ll be able to mirror your Android device on your Chromebook. You ca even manipulate the app from your Chromebook. Google used Vine as an example. The app was launched on an Android phone and mirrored to a Chromebook and the user was able to record a Vine from the Chromebook. It’ll be interesting to see how this develops. It could be a really cool feature if it’s done right. Read the rest of this entry »

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Google has been working on their Android experience in the car for quite a while now. Today the company introduced Android Auto. This feature can be activated simply by plugging your phone into the heads up display in your vehicle. One you’re connected, you can send messages, receive calls and even get voice guided navigation. This is a really cool feature of Android L that will be released later this year. Google has a page for this new feature and you can check it out here. More images of the feature follow the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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Today Google I/O 2014 kicked off and the keynote was packed with a ton of cool new announcements and features for Android. And like always, there were a few updated stats for Android. One of which was the active user count. Google announced that in the past 30 days there have been more than 1 billion active users of the platform. There may very well be far more Android devices out there as this is just the count of Android devices that has been used in the month. Read the rest of this entry »


Fans of the OnePlus One have just received some disheartening news. The handset will be delayed yet again. This time it looks like there is an issue with openSSL that needs to be resolved. The guys over at Cyanogenmod and OnePlus One agreed to fix this security flaw before the phone is commercially available. Unfortunately there’s no solid release date and the patch requires an entirely new build of CM on the phone. Quality assurance testing has to be done as well so there’s no telling how long the delay will be. We hope it doesn’t push the launch of the phone much past this month. If it does, there could be thousands of lost customers that moves on to other devices that it tired of waiting for the phone to launch. Read the rest of this entry »


We knew this device was coming and now we get to see it in real life photos. Our friends over at SamMobile managed to get their hands on the images and specs for the Samsung Galaxy S 5 Mini. The handset will feature most of the same hardware as the larger version of the device. The screen is a 4.5 incher with 720p resolution. It has 16GB of internal stargaze and an 8MP rear camera. The processor is an Exynos 3 quad-core clocked at 1.4GHz and it has 1.5GB of RAM. Other than that, the rest of the hardware and specs are the same. Samsung could officially announce this handset anytime now. Read the rest of this entry »


The LG G Watch is expected to be officially launched sometime within the next month or two. It has long since been rumored to offer as a freebie to Google I/O attendees. Now it looks like the specs of the smart watch has been leaked. It has a pedometer, accelerometer, ambient light sensor, 1.65 TFT display, 400mAh battery and 4GB of internal storage. The watch weighs just 61 grams and will be one of the first available with Android Wear preinstalled. Most people have their eye on the Moto 360 but the lower price of the G Watch could make it a huge selling device. Read the rest of this entry »


Whether hate or love Samsung you can’t deny the fact that they are one of the most innovative technology companies in the world. Samsung has a patent on a device that can fold down from a tablet to a smartphone. The tablet is expected to be an 8.9 incher and when it folds down, it becomes a 5 inch smartphone. Samsung reportedly has a few prototypes of this device built already and we could see it launch commercially sometime in 2015. It’ll be interesting to see what a real life device with this capability can do and how it will look. Read the rest of this entry »


Samsung just sent 3 new devices to the FCC for approval. All of these devices are suspected to be the Samsung Galaxy F or Samsung Galaxy Prime. The handset that cleared the FCC has the same specs of the Galaxy S 5. It’s pretty safe to say that this is the handset that’s rumored to feature a 5.2 inch QHD display and the Snapdragon 805 processor along with an aluminum body. This wouldn’t be the first time Samsung launched a version of the flagship device with better specs. It’ll be interesting to see if this device makes its way outside of Korea. Read the rest of this entry »


Kyocera just announced a new smartphone that will be launching on June 17th for Boost Mobile. The Kyocera Hydro Icon is now official and it features a waterproof and dust proof design. It’s also shock resistant so if you drop it, it should be ok. The handset itself features a 4.5 inch qHD display, Android 4.3, Eco-Mode for more battery life and more. It will cost you just $149 when it launches and more specs can be fund after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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