Roman Nurik, Googler and creator of popular apps like Muzei and DashClock, released his newest creation onto Google Play this weekend. It’s called FORM, and it’s a watch face based off of the font used for Google’s FORM conference. (more…)
A new Moto 360 is more than likely right around the corner. Still, if you want the original, which is for the most part the best Android Wear device you can current buy, there are deals to be had. For example, this weekend, Best Buy has slashed $100 off the price of the watch, dropping it to as low as $150. That’s for the leather version, of course, but the metal band versions are $100 off as well with a current price of $199.
Again, it’s closing in on its year anniversary and should be replaced by a new model fairly soon, but as you can tell from the 4.5 star average review at Best Buy, this is a solid little product. After a shaky launch start, Android Wear has turned the Moto 360 into a fine little accessory that is a steal at $150.
Verizon and Motorola are pushing an update to their 2013 line-up of DROID devices, the MAXX, Ultra, and Mini. The update is not Lollipop in any shape or form. It fixes bugs and improves stability. That’s it.
You are looking at a build number of 24.13.2 when all is said and done. The update was approved on Friday, so you should see it any day if you haven’t already. (more…)
Next week is a big one, folks. Google I/O 2015. We’re expecting Android M talk, news about Android Wear, Android TV, Android Auto, Project Fi, and countless other projects Google has going on. But don’t worry, we will be there to bring you all of the breaking stories.
As for what happened this week, well, there was quite a bit. ASUS launched the ZenPhone 2 and we took it for a spin, there are a lot of rumors about what Google will announce next week, HTC claims there will not be a Mini version of the One M9, and folks who signed up for Project Fi may be waiting until mid-summer to receive an invite. See, lots of things.
Below, you will find the list of this week’s top Android and mobile-related stories. (more…)
NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet owners, the day has come. Android 5.1 is now ready for download onto your tablet, bringing a gang of fixes and improvements for the device.
To kick it off, Android 5.1 itself brings many bug fixes for Lollipop, including performance improvements and responsiveness upgrades, as well as support for Android for Work. On top of just Android fixings, NVIDIA worked in improved display performance (Global Tone Mapping), and a firmware update for the SHIELD Controller. (more…)
Posted up on Best Buy’s website, when you pre-order the upcoming LG G4, you shall receive a $100 gift card to spend on whatever you would like.
In order to be eligible, it appears you need to sign up on a new two-year agreement for the device, or be eligible for an upgrade, but as of right now, there are no carrier restrictions. You can pre-order on Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T and still receive the gift card. For those who were intending to purchase the device outright, we can’t yet confirm if you will receive the gift card. (more…)