I was an unabashed fan of the original Wind-up Knight, not only because developer Robot Invader takes Android as seriously (if not more so) as iOS, but because the always-running platform mechanics were some of the best I’d seen on a mobile device. The sequel is bigger, better and more beautiful in every way. The
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If you’re running Nokia’s cheapest and best-selling Lumia device, the 520, your Lumia Black GDR3 update is available on Rogers, Chatr, Koodo and TELUS. The build number is 3056.40000.1402.0001. While not every feature will be available for the 520 due to its hardware limitations, the core features, like an improved camera experience, better multitasking and Glance
BlackBerry recently updated BBM for Android to version 2.0 and brought a slew of new features, including BBM Voice and BBM Channels. While we wait for BBM Video to arrive, BlackBerry has updated the app with a few notable fixes that improves the overall experience. According to the change log, this latest version includes: Fix
An advertisement from Telstra down in Australia has exposed the final piece of the All New HTC One puzzle: what exactly are those two camera sensors for? While we have suspected their cooperative properties for months now, we know now, thanks to a leaked full-pager, that together they are called Duo Camera.
February saw over 62,000 register with the National Do Not Call List, telemarketing complaints also rose by 12,000
The CRTC launched the National Do Not Call List (DNCL) on September 30th, 2008 with a goal to prevent telemarketers from calling you. Canadians can register their home phone, wireless, fax or VoIP telephone numbers. Many Canadians, including myself, are registered, but still receive the odd and very annoying call. This can apparently be mitigated
Dropcam’s CEO once told me that it is a technology company that makes hardware. Looking at this Android update today, I understand that assertion completely. Though the company recently unveiled Dropcam Pro, a higher-resolution cloud security camera, it’s in the software that the innovation keeps happening. With Dropcam for Android 2.6, the interface is easier
Samsung, like Sony and a few other OEMs, often post homegrown hands-on videos, getting in before all the bloggers tear down the various minutiae of their new, hard-won flagships. While the Galaxy S5 may not appear to be vastly different from its predecessor, the video successfully illustrates the ways users can take advantage of the
Another day, another HTC M8 video. This time YLSMixtapes takes us through the hardware in a shorter video that can only be described as much easier to watch than the first hands-on released a couple of weeks ago. While it’s nothing we haven’t seen before, this video confirms that addition of a microSD slot on
Sundar Pichai, Google’s SVP of Androids, Apps and Chrome, announced during a keynote presentation at SXSW that the company will be expanding the availability of Chromecast into more markets. Pichai stated that Chromecast — which is $35 USD HDMI streaming media player — will be coming to “many more countries” in the next few weeks.
Rooster, launching today from DailyLit, is a service that understands many people don’t, or can’t, make time for reading. DailyLit has made a name for itself sending classic literature and new fiction to thousands of people every day, and hopes to achieve the same sort of success with Rooster, a $4.99/month service that curates a