As it was, for Twitter accounts that are not verified, you could not send them a direct message (DM) unless that specific account followed you. In turn, no one could message you unless you followed them. Now, Twitter has removed these restrictions, allowing anyone and everyone to share DMs. (more…)
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…)
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…)
Samsung introduced a new tablet this afternoon, the Galaxy Tab A. Set to hit the market on May 1, the Tab A comes in a variety of versions, with different colors and display sizes. The most modestly priced model, which is $229, is a 8″ tablet that comes in Titanium, Blue, and White. The slightly larger model, which features a 9.7″ display, also comes in the same color options, priced at $299. In addition, a separate 9.7″ model will include an S-Pen for $349, and goes on sale starting May 17. (more…)