To celebrate the 4th of July, SlickWraps is hosting a site-wide sale, allowing customers to take 40% off what appears to be any product they currently sell. This could be a skin for your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or even gaming console. Anything goes. (more…)
Over on Google Play, Speakaboo’s family-friendly Thomas’s Musical Day for Percy is available for free, regularly priced at $5. The app is an interactive read-along for children, introducing them to one of the world’s most famous trains, Thomas the Tank Engine. (more…)
The brand new Android 5.1.1 (build LMY48G) update for the Nexus 7 (2013) WiFi that first serviced via factory image earlier in the week is now available for download as an over-the-air .zip from Google. Yep, you can sideload this little guy as long as you are coming from LMY47V.
Here’s a fun way to get the morning started and your brains moving. According to an FCC filing that went live yesterday, Google has a new product in the works under FCC ID A4R-GG1. This product…is a mystery. I thought about using a picture of a Chromecast at the top of this post because part of me wants to believe that this could very well be the new Chromecast that sources of ours said to expect in Q3. But if you read through the various documents in this filing, it could also be some sort of wearable. In fact, it might just be a new Google Glass.
The device isn’t categorized like most devices we see go through the FCC. Most are labeled as a smartphone or wearable, etc. This one is labeled as “BLUETOOTH & DTS/UNII a/b/g/n/ac” with model name “GG1.” Forget the random category name, but is it foolish of me to think that “GG1″ could mean Google Glass? (more…)