Here Are a Bunch of LG G4 Camera Sample Shots

Next week on April 28, the G4 will be announced by LG in New York City. Even though we don’t know exactly when the phone will be made available on carriers here in the US, that isn’t stopping LG from teasing its new features, such as its improved 5.5″ QHD display, as well as the 16MP rear-facing shooter.

In the latest piece of promo material, LG puts the phone into the hands of Colby Brown, a landscape/travel photographer based out of Colorado. To highlight the G4’s professional capability, it appears LG sent Colby all around this beautiful country of ours, having him do his best to show off the G4’s camera prowess. What Colby is able to produce is quite breathtaking, especially since this is a smartphone we are talking about.  (more…)

Starting Today, Google Prioritizes Mobile Friendly Websites in Mobile Search Results

Because an increasing number of Google searches happen these days from mobile devices (read: smartphones), Google has decided to reward those who have mobile-friendly websites with higher search rankings. Starting today, Google is expanding its use of “mobile-friendliness” as a ranking signal in its algorithm of searches made from phones and potentially placing a mobile-friendly site much higher in results than one that isn’t so friendly.

What does this mean for you?  (more…)

ZTE’s SPro 2 Smart Project Hits AT&T on April 24, Priced at $399 With Contract

The ZTE-made SPro 2 Smart Projector, which was showcased at this year’s CES, is hitting AT&T’s network on April 24. Potential buyers can pick it up for $399 on-contract or $499 with no agreement.

Being the neat little machine that it is, the SPro2 is a portable projector with auto keystone correction, WiFi hotspot for up to 10 devices, and can also stream media via a full-size HDMI port. Coming with its own built-in storage, you an also expand your space with a built-in SD card slot.  (more…)

Sony’s Google Cast Ready Speakers Arrive in June/July, Receivers in May

Back in January, Google announced that it was opening up its Cast technology to speakers, with partners like LG and Sony integrating it into models later in 2015. Now that we are later into 2015, those speakers are almost ready for prime time. Last week, we saw LG announce Google Cast compatibility with their Music Flow speakers, and this morning, Sony announced their Cast-ready equipment as well.

Sony is adding Google Cast to two of its sound bars and two of its receivers as well. The speakers won’t arrive until June and July of this year, but the receivers should hit stores in May.  (more…)