According to Motorola’s official support account on Twitter, the Android Wear 2.0 update is finally ready for the Moto 360 (2nd Gen). In fact, it’s so ready that some owners of the device could see the update as soon as today. (more…)
The company Twitter account Tweeted for the first time today, announcing that they are “here to let you know something big is coming May 30th!” Since Rubin is speaking at the Code Conference that day, it only makes sense that he use the opportunity with all of tech watching to show off his new phone. (more…)
AccuWeather released an Android TV app this morning, an app that aims to provide you with “the most accurate, personalized weather experience available in the world,” according to the company’s president of digital media.
The app is available right now through Google Play and is free to install. You’ll get breaking weather videos on it, along with in-studio reports and minute-by-minute forecasts that include precipitation type and intensity for a couple of hours. You can add multiple locations, adjust all sorts of settings, and even change the theme from dark to light or have it do so automatically depending on time of day. (more…)
If you own a top tier smartphone from Verizon that was released within the past two years, there is a good chance you will see an update this week. We’re seeing new software for at least 11 devices, though that number could increase before the end of tomorrow. Most appear to be security patches, rather than big upgrades to Nougat. (more…)
Google rolled a new Archive tool out to Google Photos today that helps you clean-up your main photo feed. Going forward, you’ll be able to toss photos aside that you may not want visible at all times without fully deleting them.
The new Archive can be accessed a number of ways. The easiest way to archive photos is to select a bunch, tap the top-right menu, and choose “Archive.” You can also swipe out the app’s side menu, look for the new Archive option, choose it, then tap the little image icon with the “+” sign in the top right, which will let you go through and select items for archiving. (more…)
Samsung’s new 360-degree camera, the latest version of the Gear 360 shown off at the Galaxy S8 unveiling, goes on sale tomorrow, May 25 in the US. It’s priced at $229, but Samsung will kickoff a promotion first thing in the morning that could get you the camera for $49 if you buy a Galaxy S8. (more…)
Available on a few platforms already, even featuring an Editor’s Choice label on Apple’s App Store for Macs, Karma. Incarnation 1. is now available for Android devices. (more…)