It has been rumored for months now that LG is planning on producing its very own mobile processing chip dubbed as “Odin.” Today LG has finally came forth to end those rumors and confirmed that those reports are indeed true and that they are working with TSMC to make it [...]
Today a mystery LG device surfaced in AnTuTu’s Benchmark site that bears similar resemblance to the G3, except that it’s resolution is 1080p. This device could very well be the LG Liger (LG-F450). Upon further investigation, the phone has three different model numbers for three different Korean [...]
When Google released their Camera app on Google Play earlier today for users who have Android 4.4, one of the new features noted was something called Lens Blur. This is a new mode Google has introduced that enables a software based shallow depth of field. One of the [...]
With Google’s camera app finally hitting the Play Store earlier today, it wasn’t long before the APK was dissected to reveal a little more than what was initially announced. In what has become tradition every time software is [...]
Google recently added the ability to cast live streams from YouTube to Chromecast devices, but it was only available via a desktop web browser. Google is now pushing out an update to the YouTube app for Android devices that includes this same feature.
As usual, Google is rolling [...]
Do you like retro style arcade games? Well then you need to check out HeroCraft’s latest effort, Neon Commander. This game is kind of like Space Invaders meets Breakout.
In this game, you will need to stop alien spaceships from taking down your city. In order to do that you [...]
We’ve heard rumors of an interface redesign for many of Google’s core apps, including Gmail and the calendar app, so it makes sense that a redesign would follow to the Google+ app. Some leaked screenshots from Yoel Kaseb on G+ show the app in action, and although [...]
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Google has released more than a few stock Android apps into the Play Store, but the Camera app wasn’t one of them. Good news folks!! They just released today. It’s essentially the same Camera app found on Nexus devices, so that means you can get the stock Android camera experience [...]
Google is giving everyone access to the Chrome Remote Desktop application starting today. It was previously in an invite-only beta, but now the company has released it for the masses. Android devices running 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above can run Chrome Remote Desktop.
As the name suggests, [...]
- LG finally ends rumors and confirms its own mobile processor is in the works
- Mystery LG device hits AnTuTu Benchmark site
- Google’s new Camera app introduces Lens Blur via software optimization
- Google Camera APK teardown reveals hidden modes and features
- Casting live streams to Chromecast added to YouTube app
- LG finally ends rumors and confirms its own mobile processor in works
- Samsung unveils new Exynos processors
- Samsung’s 64-bit Exynos processor nearing final development
- Details of Samsung’s new Exynos Octa 5 leak ahead of announcement, will appear in Galaxy Note III
- Processor race continues to heat up with Exynos 5420 Octa shown running all eight cores at once
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