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Best Buy Leaks Specs and Price of Moto 360 Smart Watch

Category: Mobile
Posted: August 18, 2014 04:32PM
Author: Nick Harezga

A product listing page over the weekend on the Best Buy website appears to have revealed the price and specifications of the upcoming Moto 360 Smart Watch. The watch was listed at $249, slightly above "less-fashionable square" offerings from Samsung and LG with prices of $199 and $229, respectively. According to the listing, Texas Instruments is making a return to mobile devices by providing the SoC that will power the Android based device. The listing also revealed that the watch will have a 1.5" 320x290 LCD, 512MB of RAM, a pedometer, and a heart rate sensor. Nothing more has been revealed, but a September 4 Motorola event could shed some more light on the device.

Source: Ars Technica



Windows Phone Store Now Contains More Than 300,000 Apps

Category: Mobile
Posted: August 9, 2014 08:51AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Microsoft has revealed within its latest statistical report that its Windows Phone Store now contains more than 300,000 applications that are available to download. While it was not revealed just how many applications have been developed by Microsoft and other large entities versus independent developers, the latest number signifies that Windows Phone is growing quickly as a platform. According to a Microsoft spokesperson, "In the past year alone the Windows and Windows Phone app catalog has grown 94 percent, while the number of active developers has grown by 50 percent." Just in the last six months alone, statistics have shown that 100,000 apps were uploaded to the Windows Phone Store.

Source: Microsoft by the Numbers and TWN



Verizon Wireless to Throttle Unlimited Data Plans

Category: Mobile
Posted: July 25, 2014 07:20PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Verizon Wireless has revealed that it will soon be throttling a limited number of customers that are currently on an unlimited data plan through an effort known as "Network Optimization." Customers of the wireless carrier will be limited in terms of their data connection speeds only if certain criteria are met, which helps reduce the total number of people that will experience data speed reductions. This criteria includes being within the top five percent of data users, being enrolled in an unlimited data plan or feature, having fulfilled the minimum contract term, and attempting to use data on a cell site that is experiencing high demand.

Verizon Wireless customers who are apart of other tiered data plans are not affected.

Source: Droid Life



Microsoft OneNote Now Available Through the Amazon Appstore for Android

Category: Mobile
Posted: July 24, 2014 06:01PM
Author: Brentt Moore

In recent years, Microsoft has been striving to make its Office suite available to as many users as possible, recognizing that the mobile market has continued to grow leaps and bounds. In an effort to capitalize on this, the technology giant has just made its OneNote application available on even more mobile devices than before, with the note-taking application now being offered on the Amazon Appstore for Android. While the latest available version of OneNote is not optimized for any specific Amazon devices, such as the Fire Phone, it is compatible with virtually all of Amazon’s mobile offerings since it is the same version that is currently available through the Google Play Store.

Source: ZDNet



Google Maps Updated to Version 8.2

Category: Mobile
Posted: July 18, 2014 08:49PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Google has just pushed an update for its Maps application for Android, bringing Google Maps to version 8.2. One of the major features of this latest version is the availability of elevation information for biking routes, allowing users to choose various paths based on elevation differences. Google has also incorporated new voice actions, such as estimated arrival time and when to make an upcoming turn. Users can even ask Google Maps questions involving these new voice actions during navigation mode. Another feature available in version 8.2 of Google Maps is My Places, which is accessible from the navigation menu and provides search history, saved places, and offline maps.

While Google has officially released version 8.2 of Google Maps, it will more than likely take a few days before most users have access to it since it is being rolled out in a staggered format.

Source: Greenbot


Amazon Plans to Launch Prime Instant Video for Android

Category: Mobile
Posted: July 17, 2014 09:49PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Amazon's Prime Instant Video service has been available for some time on various devices, including game consoles, smart televisions, tablets, and more. However, the service has not been available on any Android device since its initial offering to Prime subscribers. That is finally set to change as Russell Morris, marketing director at Amazon Instant Video, has revealed that a Prime Instant Video application is set to be released for Android soon. The upcoming release of an Android application will make Prime Instant Video available to even more users than ever, allowing it to compete better with Netflix.

While Amazon Prime Instant video is coming to Android devices soon, it is unknown if it will be available for both tablets and smartphones.

Source: PC Advisor



First Look at an Actual iPhone 6

Category: Mobile
Posted: July 17, 2014 08:04PM
Author: ClayMeow


Over the past few months, you may have come across various renders and prototypes of the two iPhone 6 models Apple has in the works. Renders and prototypes are great and all, but we here at OCC prefer the real thing. We have acquired the first images of an actual 4.7-inch iPhone 6, which you can find unaltered below. Aside from the thinner profile and rounded edges, it's pretty much what you'd expect from an iPhone. For obvious reasons, I cannot divulge our source, but what I will say is that it's from a case manufacturer and thus why said source had access to one.

Source: OCC Exclusive




Android Mirroring Now Available Through Chromecast

Category: Mobile
Posted: July 10, 2014 02:24PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Android screen mirroring for Chromecast, which allows Android users to broadcast their smartphone display onto a television that has Chromecast, is a feature that was promised at Google I/O last month. As of today, Google has announced that it has brought the feature to select handsets. Currently, Android screen mirroring for Chromecast is supported on the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus 10, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S4 (Google Play Edition), Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 10, HTC One M7, HTC One M7 (Google Play Edition), LG G3, LG G2, and LG G Pro 2. Users can begin screen mirroring by selecting the "Cast Screen" option through the navigation drawer within the Chromecast application.

While Google has provided the new feature to quite a bit of Android devices, the technology giant says that it will support even more devices in the near future.

Source: TechHive



AVAST Discovers Security Problem with Android Factory Reset

Category: Mobile
Posted: July 8, 2014 02:59PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Many smartphone users rely on the built-in factory reset option available through devices running the Android mobile operating system. AVAST has discovered that this widely popular choice for wiping a smartphone is quite ineffective at erasing critical data, which poses a security risk for users. According to AVAST, employees of the security company purchased 20 smartphones from eBay and used fairly generic off-the-shelf digital forensics software to restore data. The restored data from these 20 smartphones includes more than 40,000 photos, 750 emails and text messages, 250 contacts, and the identities of four previous owners of some of the devices. AVAST was even able to restore a fully completed loan application on one of the smartphones that it purchased for this research study.

Jude McColgan, the AVAST Mobile Division President, noted that most users think that they are doing a clean wipe and a factory install with the Android factory reset option, but are actually only wiping their smartphones at the application layer.

Source: CNET



Nexus Devices Are Here to Stay

Category: Mobile
Posted: June 27, 2014 08:46AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Although rumors have been circulating recently that hint at the demise of Nexus devices altogether, nothing could be further from the truth according to an Android official. Dave Burke, the head of Android engineering and the Nexus program at Google, noted that while more carrier-friendly phones will be coming out next year via the new Android Silver program, Nexus devices are here to stay. When the coding for a new Android version is being written by Google engineers, a separate team is busy designing a new Nexus device that is tweaked to take advantage of the latest Android features. These internal development stages are not set to end anytime soon and are taking place right now with the recent announcement of Android L.

David Burke noted that while people tend to get excited by new concepts and ideas that are being worked on by Google, the company itself is still invested in Nexus.

Source: ReadWrite



Sprint Rolls Out Nationwide HD Voice

Category: Mobile
Posted: June 24, 2014 08:43AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Sprint has announced nationwide availability of its HD Voice technology, which is supported on cellular phones that an estimated 16 million Sprint customers own and operate. The technology is supported on 33 prepaid phones and 28 postpaid phones that are currently offered by Sprint. Customers who are able to use Sprint HD Voice are greeted with a more natural-sounding voice as well as minimized background noises thanks to noise-cancelling technology.

In addition to this announcement, Sprint activated 28 more LTE markets which brings its nationwide 4G LTE coverage to 471 cities. Sprint Spark, the company’s enhanced LTE network that is designed to provide enhanced wireless capacity, coverage, and data speeds, was also activated in three new markets.

Source: Converge! Network Digest



Fire Phone Announced by Amazon

Category: Mobile
Posted: June 18, 2014 03:38PM
Author: Brentt Moore


Rumored for the last few months, with the first images appearing in April of this year, the Amazon phone has left customers patiently waiting for an official announcement. That announcement came today, as Amazon has revealed its latest technology offering that fits right in line with its current products like the Kindle Fire and the Fire TV. The Fire Phone features a quad-core 2.2GHz processor, Adreno 330 graphics, 2GB of RAM, a 4.7-inch IPS screen, and a 13MP rear-facing camera with image stabilization and an f2.0 lens. Also included in the hardware department are four infrared cameras that are mounted in the corners of the device, enabling the phone to track a user's head. This tracking enables the phone to provide 3D-like images, where users can look under various on-screen elements such as icons. Called Dynamic Perspective, the feature is meant to add depth to the mobile phone experience and is useful in situations like scrolling, where tilting the Fire Phone initiates automatic scrolling. Additionally, the popular Mayday service is available on the Fire Phone, offering free and live on-device tech support at any time with the press of a button.

The Fire Phone runs Fire OS 3.5.0, an Amazon-only operating system that is built atop Android. Fire OS offers a content-forward user interface, built-in media libraries, cloud services, and productivity applications. It seamlessly integrates digital content offered by Amazon while keeping overall performance a top priority. Another massive feature that is coming with the Fire Phone is what Amazon is calling Firefly, which can be accessed from a dedicated side button. This feature allows things such as phone numbers, games, books, movies, and more to be recognized by the phone’s camera. This enables the Fire Phone to display relevant information on detected items, and more importantly, allows users of the phone to buy items instantly that they see within their environment. Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, notes that Firefly can detect 100 million items and that the company will release an SDK for developers sometime in the future to expand its recognition capability.

Amazon's Fire Phone is an AT&T exclusive and is currently available for pre-order, costing customers $199 for the 32GB version with a two-year service agreement. Amazon is providing owners of the phone with one free year of Amazon Prime as well, sweetening the deal even more.

Source: TechCrunch



Apple Recalls European USB Power Adapter

Category: Mobile
Posted: June 13, 2014 12:55PM
Author: Brentt Moore

In a voluntary move, Apple has announced that it is recalling older European power adapters that were sold with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and iPhone 4S between October 2009 and September 2012. According to Apple, the affected 5W European power adapter may overheat and pose a safety risk to users, in rare cases. Affected adapters can be identified by solid “CE” letters on the accessory, combined with the A1300 model number marking. Apple is replacing adapters with these markings with newer and redesigned adapters that are not affected by the overheating issue, featuring gray outlined “CE” letters as well as the A1400 model number distinction.

Customers who are worried about their 5W European power adapter can bring their iPhone and adapter to an Apple store or an authorized service center to have the accessory replaced. For customers who already experienced the overheating issue and replaced their adapter, Apple is providing customers with a refund for the cost of the replacement.

Source: CNET


Skype Launches New iPhone Application

Category: Mobile
Posted: June 12, 2014 04:15PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Skype users who use the service on their iPhone have long complained about stability and performance issues that plague the application. The development team at Skype has heard these complaints and have just recently released a new and improved version of Skype, labeled as Skype 5.0. This reworked version contains an updated interface that makes use of swiping between pages, animated transitions, and tiles for contacts listed as favorites. Group text chat is included in Skype 5.0 too, in which users can communicate with others and can also share photos and video messages with them. More control over notifications has been added as well, and the system has been improved so as to not display duplicate notifications across multiple devices. The largest improvement to the new Skype application is its speed though, as it is roughly five times faster than the previous version for the iPhone, according to Eric Lin, the Skype Product Marketing Manager.

Source: PCMag



Google Glass Update Includes Various New Features

Category: Mobile
Posted: June 11, 2014 08:22AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Google has just updated Google Glass and its accompanying MyGlass application. With the update to the wearable technology and the Android mobile application come multiple new features which include photo sharing, more Google Now cards, and enhanced battery notifications. With the photo sharing feature, Google is now allowing users of the MyGlass Android application to immediately view photos taken with Glass. Once the photos are accessed through the application, users can apply filters and even share photos to a wealth of photo sharing platforms without the need for a Wi-Fi connection. With more Google Now cards update, users of Glass will now be able to see World Cup updates, parking location information, and package tracking information. These Google Now cards can be pushed out to Glass as long as they are enabled within the Google Now mobile application. Concerning the enhanced battery notifications, a pop up will now display on the Android MyGlass application once Glass reports that its battery has dropped below 20 percent.

Source: Explorers Community



Kingston Digital Announces the MobileLite Wireless G2

Category: Mobile
Posted: June 5, 2014 01:03PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Kingston Digital, the flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Corporation, has just announced the MobileLite Wireless G2, which is the second generation of the company's MobileLite Wireless. The device provides users with easy additional storage for their mobile devices by allowing them to wirelessly transfer files such as movies, music, and photos to a supported flash card or USB drive. Photos and videos can even be sent directly to various social media platforms without the need to connect the MobileLite Wireless G2 to a personal computer. Since the device contains a 4640 mAh battery, it serves as a backup power source to mobile phones and is generally able to charge most smartphones twice. According to Andrew Ewing, the flash memory business manager at Kingston, the device can sustain itself for 13 hours of continuous use. Additionally, the Kingston Digital MobileLite Wireless G2 supports a connection from a 3G wireless Internet dongle and contains a direct Ethernet connection port, allowing the device to serve as a portable router or a network attached storage drive.

The MobileLite Wireless G2 will be available later this month and will come with a two year warranty with free technical support.

Source: Press Release



Patriot Announces Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad

Category: Mobile
Posted: June 3, 2014 05:54PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Patriot has added a new accessory to its product lineup, the keylite Bluetooth keyboard for the iPad Air and iPad mini. The keylite has a dual purpose, acting as both a screen protector and lightweight mobile keyboard. A magnetic hinge keeps it in place to protect the screen from scratches and easily deploys into a keyboard with backlit keys in seven different colors and brightness settings. Product Manager Mike Chang said, "Consumers are looking for tablets to be lighter, more portable computers and the keylite helps them do that. We engineered it to be thin, light, and protective; the perfect complement to your iPad."

Source: Press Release



Junglecat iOS Gaming Controller Revealed by Razer

Category: Mobile
Posted: June 3, 2014 11:27AM
Author: Brentt Moore


Razer has just revealed its first interface for mobile phones, the Junglecat iOS Gaming Controller. Designed for use with the iPhone 5 and 5s, the Razer Junglecat iOS Gaming Controller has been engineered to fit compatible iPhones just like a protective case would, while still allowing access to all buttons and ports. The controller allows gamers to play mobile video games with precision by offering AXBY pressure sensitive buttons, a D-pad, and bumpers, all through a sliding mechanism. Razer has even provided a downloadable iOS application that works with the game controller by offering the ability to adjust pressure sensitivity of buttons and the option to remap all button functions. Additionally, the application that works as a companion with the Junglecat iOS Gaming Controller can store up to 20 personalized profiles for different mobile video game titles.

The Razer Junglecat iOS Gaming Controller is set to be available in July of this year, with a price of $99.99.

Source: Press Release



Spotify Makes Downloading Playlists Easier

Category: Mobile
Posted: June 2, 2014 03:22PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Although users of Spotify have long been able to download their songs for offline use, the process required to do so was mundane and time consuming to say the least. Spotify has taken note however, and has released a new feature within its Android and iOS application to reduce the time and effort it takes to downloads songs for offline playback. Spotify Premium subscribers can find within the "Songs" tab a toggle labeled "Available Offline," which allows tracks within "Your Music" to be instantly downloaded to the device. Users will face a per device offline download limit of 3,333 songs that can be stored for a maximum of 30 days.

Source: Engadget



HP Launches Inexpensive Jelly Bean Tablet

Category: Mobile
Posted: May 23, 2014 09:47AM
Author: Brentt Moore

While the tablet market has certainly been heating up over the last few years, budget tablets that offer decent specifications have been somewhat difficult to find. HP is hoping to change that however, as it is now offering its new 7 Plus tablet for $99.99 with free shipping available. The HP 7 Plus runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and incorporates a quad core ARM Cortex-A7 processor, a 1024 x 600 IPS display, 8GB of onboard storage, 1GB of RAM, low resolution front and rear facing cameras, a microSD slot, and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi. While 8GB of onboard storage is relatively low for typical tablet use, the availability of a microSD slot will likely make up for it. Additionally, 25GB of lifetime cloud storage with Box is being provided to customers of the HP 7 Plus.

Source: Engadget



Verizon Launches XLTE Service

Category: Mobile
Posted: May 19, 2014 02:18PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Verizon today announced the launch of its XLTE service, which is a combination of the AWS spectrum and 700MHz spectrum. The rebranding is a pitch in marketing that Verizon is hoping consumers get excited for, as XLTE allows compatible devices to experience faster data speeds and access additional bandwidth. Verizon is hoping that by marketing these two spectrums under one roof, consumers will opt for devices that are compatible with XLTE, thereby helping to offload some of the heavy loads that networks experience during peak usage hours. The technology is similar to the Sprint Spark network offering, which offers three different network bands compared to Verizon's two.

Currently, around 35 percent of all Verizon devices active on its network support XLTE.

Source: CNET



Sprint Users Likely to See Data Throttling

Category: Mobile
Posted: May 9, 2014 04:40PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Sprint users who use quite a bit of data may soon see that their connection speeds are being throttled. Users that rank in the top five percent in regards to data usage will likely receive slower connection speeds during peak hours, according to the legal and regulatory section found on the Sprint website. Sprint wants to provide a high-quality user experience across all hours of usage, and as data usage has continued to rise steeply over the years, congestion has been an issue with its unlimited data offerings. Reportedly, the amount of data a customer can use before being throttled varies month to month, but overall the limitation seems to be hovering right round 5GB.

For customers who do experience throttled data when connecting to congested towers, speeds will return to normal when demand on the tower subsides or when customers leave the congested area.

Source: TechHive



Google Now Provides Offline Compatibility

Category: Mobile
Posted: May 2, 2014 05:15PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Google Now has been displayed as a remarkable tool for Android users since its initial release. The service, which is a part of Google Search, provides various personalized information such as weather, sports scores, and drive times directly to users. One issue that has plagued Google Now for quite some time however has been that it was unable to deliver the aforementioned information through Google Now cards if no data was available. Google has pushed an update to the service which remedies this issue, and now, users of the service provided by Google can read information from Google Now cards while their smartphone is offline.

To receive the new offline capability, users simply need to ensure that the Google Search application successfully updates.

Source: Google+


First Look at Amazon Smartphone

Category: Mobile
Posted: April 15, 2014 03:56PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Amazon is reportedly set to announce its first smartphone in the near future, and BGR has obtained the first pictures of the unannounced device. Amazon is hoping that a unique user experience will help to set the phone apart from others on the market. Amazon isn't breaking any new ground from an appearance standpoint, with features comparable to smartphones available from Samsung, HTC, and Apple. It is reported to use a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, and a customized version of Android. The key feature to set this phone apart is a 3D display that doesn't require the use of glasses or a special screen. A number of cameras will be used to analyze the position of the users face and eyes to adjust the screen as needed.

Source: BGR



Vine Introduces Messaging Capability

Category: Mobile
Posted: April 3, 2014 02:11PM
Author: Brentt Moore

According to Jason Toff, the Product Manager at Vine, private messaging has been needed in order to share videos and communicate with others ever since the inception of the video service. In the latest update to Vine, that capability to communicate with others through the service now exists. Users of Vine can create Vine messages, or VMs, in order to send Vine videos and text messages to users of the service or anyone located within an address book. The messaging feature allows multiple friends to be messaged, though each conversation is a one-on-one experience.

Users who want to access the new messaging feature within Vine can do so by downloading the latest version from the App Store or Google Play.

Source: Vine Blog


Republic Wireless Receives Moto Maker for Moto X

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 31, 2014 05:22PM
Author: Brentt Moore

While Republic Wireless has offered the Moto X for some time, customers that bought the device have not had the option to customize its appearance through Moto Maker, which is available on other cellular carriers. Republic Wireless and Motorola have set out to change that, as the MVNO has announced that customization is going to be available for the Moto X starting tomorrow. Customers can use Moto Maker to customize the appearance of the Moto X, changing its overall finish and accent colors. Moto Maker for the Moto X also provides options for memory upgrades, wallpapers, and accessories.

For the first 2,000 customers who visit the promotional webpage for Moto Maker on Republic Wireless and enter their email address, a coupon code for a free wood finish will be provided with the purchase of a customized Moto X.

Source: Press Release



LG Optimus F3 Available on Boost Mobile

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 24, 2014 02:33PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Boost Mobile has announced the availability of a new handset that supports 4G LTE, the LG Optimus F3. The new offering by Boost Mobile has been available on Sprint and Virgin Mobile since last summer, but consumers should find the budget phone refreshing with a price point of $129.99. The LG Optimus F3 features a 1.2GHz dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 4-inch display, a 5-megapixel camera, 4GB of internal storage, a 2,460 mAh battery, and Android 4.1. Consumers can use the phone on the Boost Mobile unlimited talk and text plan that comes with 2.5GB of data for $55 per month, which also qualifies for semi-annual price reductions for on time payments.

Source: CNET



Google Keyboard Updated

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 20, 2014 01:40AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Google has released an update to its keyboard application for Android devices, pushing it from version 2.0 to version 3.0.19373. The latest update incorporates a couple of new features, including a new settings icon that displays itself from a long press on the microphone button, as well as a new button that makes it easier to get back to the keyboard from the emoji tab. Google has also introduced a new personalization mode that improves corrections and suggestions by using data from other Google applications and services. Personalized suggestions are enabled by default with version 3.0.19373 of Google Keyboard but can be disabled by users if desired.

Source: Droid Life



Google Play Games Receives New Features

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 18, 2014 06:09AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Google has added some new features to its Google Play Games platform, though some will not be available for a few weeks as the update makes its way to Android devices. One of the main updates to Google Play Games is the ability for developers to now add in cross-platform multiplayer for real-time and turn-based games. This will allow users across different mobile platforms, Android and iOS specifically, to play games with each other. The Google Play Developer Console is also receiving a refresh, with enhanced statistics and integrated C++ tools in order to support achievements and leaderboards. Gifting in-game items will soon be a possibility once the update rolls out as well. Players of mobile games will be able to gift in-game items to individuals in their Google+ circles, or to any user that they can find through searching by name.

Source: Greenbot



8GB iPhone 5c Rumored to be Revealed Tomorrow

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 17, 2014 11:15AM
Author: Nick Harezga

The 8GB iPhone 5c is rumored to be the latest smartphone offering from Apple, and according to rumors the company will reveal it tomorrow. The rumors come from a number of European sources including a pair of German websites and reports from UK retailers that claim to have received shipments of the new phone. A price has not been revealed for the 8GB model but it will be cheaper the the 5s model and will keep all color options found in the 16GB and 32GB models of the 5c.

Source: Mac Rumors



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