Google made GMail a lot smarter with Inbox, now the company is taking it one step further with the introduction of Smartbox - A service that makes regular mail thats delivered to your postbox smarter.
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Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Over the years, taking the perfect selfie has been a problem for many. Thankfully Motorola has stepped in and announced the Moto Selfie Stick which aims to help take the perfect selfie
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
The LG G3 for T-Mobile has still not received the Android 5.0 Lollipop update. The carrier's update page for LG's flagship doesn't show the available of any new updates. However T-Mobile users can now update their LG G3 to Android 5.0.1 using the LG mobile support tool.
The Alcatel ONETOUCH Watch was announced at CES with support for both iPhone and Android devices. The wearable which brings the traditional round watch form factor, boasts 3-to-5 days of battery life and comes at an affordable $150.
Xiaomi, the so-called Apple of China has unveiled a new device to commemorate its fifth birthday. which is on April 6. The handset known as the Xiaomi Redmi 2A, is a toned-down variation of the recently-announced Redmi 2, and joins the company's lineup of affordable entry-level smartphones with an ultra-low starting price of 599 yuan (around $96).
Google Japan today unveiled what is likely the cutest personal assistant ever: Google Panda. As you'll see for yourself, Google Panda is not just cute, but also extremely smart. Google Panda uses the power of Google Now, to answer to your questions in 0.3 seconds. Ask it anything, and it will reply almost instantly. The fuzzy Panda recognizes 50 languages, so it's not made just for Japan.
Samsung has announced a brand new smart accessory aimed at those in the culinary field - meet the Samsung Galaxy Blade Edge - the world's first smart knife. The Blade edge comes with all the features of the Galaxy S6 - including Android, the latest TouchWiz UI, and a great camera that's always ready to take photos of your delicious food.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, is the company's newest flagship smartphone, sporting a premium glass and metal design, as opposed to the usual plastic. However the change has also resulted in the lack of microSD and a removable battery. While the handset is still making its way into the market, some early reviews have made their way online.
Earlier this month, Sony stated that they will be updating their Xperia Z devices to Android 5.0 Lollipop, which suggested that handsets like the Xperia E3, Xperia M2, Xperia C3, Xperia T3, Xperia T2 Ultra, and Xperia E1 will remain on an older version of Android. Fortunately the manufacturer has now confirmed that some of the non Xperia Z devices which will be updated to Lollipop.