• Google I/O gets no Nexus smartphone but Google Galaxy S 4, report said

    Posted on May 15th, 2013 David Brooks | No comments

    About smartphones to appear on Google I/O 2013, there have been various reports and rumors. There’re reports that suggest a next Nexus 4, probably named Nexus 5, would appear on Google I/O 2013. But according to the latest reports from Geek.com, the 2013 Google I/O conference would get no Nexus smartphone to release. Don’t feel disappointed, as it has been reported on the other hand that Google would announce a Google version of Samsung Galaxy S 4, a Galaxy S 4 with the primitive Android OS.

    Google Galaxy S4

    Known to all, Samsung Galaxy S 4 adopted TouchWiz Nature UX 2.0 UI customized on Android 4.2.2 OS. This operating OS included many new features that belong to Samsung. But there are a large number of people who prefer to the primitive Androi OS on Samsung Galaxy S 4, which means a big market for a new Google Galaxy S 4. The Android OS in Google Galaxy S 4 would update more frequently than that of other manufacturers.

    The report didn’t mention the Android OS version of Google Galaxy S 4, but it’s highly possible to be the recently exposed Android 4.3, or even the rumored Android 5.0, as rumored. It is reported that Google Galaxy S 4 would be available for shipment in June, currently on T-Mobile only. People may wonder that whether it is the strategy of Google to gradually abandon Nexus series. We need to see this on Google I/O conference.

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  • 4 Devices People Anticipated to Appear on 2013 Google I/O Conference

    Posted on May 7th, 2013 David Brooks | No comments

    During May 15th and 17th, the tech giant Google would hold its 2013 Google I/O Conference in Moscone Center of San Francisco. People worldwide have been longing for this big event for long, and are all eager to know what Google would bring out during this annual event. In the past few months, people have done a great many guess work on the upcoming event, but the rumors and reports online seem to change people’s mind day by day. Currently, we could get what Google would bring to us in the Google I/O conference, but we could show our own anticipations towards this annual event. The following 4 devices are collected online, which are expected to appear in the big approaching event.

    Motorola X Phone

    X Phone

    The Motorola X Phone is without doubt what everyone wants to see at I/O, and though the belief is that the device will only hit shelves in July or August. Currently, the detailed information about this new smartphone is not much. It reportedly would come with a Snapdragon S4 Pro processor (some reported to be Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor), a 4.8-inch 1280×720 display, Android 4.2.2 (some rumored to be Key Lime Pie), 8 GB and 16 GB storage options  with no MicroSD expansion; 2 GB RAM and an 8MP camera.

    Next-gen Nexus 7

    Nexus 7.7

    Android fans will know that having a Nexus device is about the nicest treat. The devices are usually very well designed and have awesome specs. Not to mention the fact that they are the first in line to get updates.

    The Nexus brand hasn’t reached the tablet market until now, though. And Android fans have been praying for such a tablet to be released. If you fall under that category, you will be happy to know that Google has released the Nexus 7.

    The Nexus 7 is a 7-inch device with a Tegra 3 processor manufactured by ASUS. Also, this device is said to be a “Kindle Fire Killer” with a $200 price tag.

    Considering to the huge market desire and excellent performance, and the success of low-priced Nexus 7, a Nexus 7 refresh is in great need. There’re rumors then new Nexus 7 would be Nexus 7.7.

    Google Nexus 5

    Nexus 5

    There’re rumors indicating that we could see a different phone at Google I/O: The Google Nexus 5. The previous incarnation, the Google Nexus 4, has been immensely popular and has been selling out in stores across the U.S. The Nexus 5 is expected boost up some hardware specs, which customers complained were a little less impressive than the competition’s (especially the camera), and have an improved processor. However, sources close to Google have told Heavy that the Nexus 5 will come sometime in the Fall of 2013.

    Another Google Glass Presentation

    Google Glass

    Google Glass was introduced at Google I/O 2012 and continues to be a hot topic in the tech world. As wearable technology — including smartwatches — becomes more and more interesting to companies like Amazon, Samsung, Apple and Google, Google’s revolutionary eyeware has a chance to be as equally groundbreaking as the original iPhone was to the smartphone industry. Therefore, it’s unlikely that Google will not take this opportunity to show off some new features for Google Glass, which we’ve heard developers have been working on secretly.

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  • Top 5 best free and worthy Google Reader alternatives for Android and iOS devices

    Posted on March 13th, 2013 David Brooks | No comments

    You must have heard of this: Google has announced to shut down Google Reader in July 1, 2013. “We launched Google Reader in 2005 in an effort to make it easy for people to discover and keep tabs on their favorite websites,” the company said. “While the product has a loyal following, over the years usage has declined. So, on July 1, 2013, we will retire Google Reader. Users and developers interested in RSS alternatives can export their data, including their subscriptions, with Google Takeout over the course of the next four months.” Google Reader lets users subscribe to and read feeds from all manner of publishers, in a format that resembles an e-mail in-box. Once the service is shut down, people who have been used to Google Reader have to turn to other alternatives. Today, I would like to share 5 free and worthy Google Reader alternatives with all Android and iOS users that are in need of Google Reader service. These 5 alternatives are all free for both Android and iOS devices.


    Feedly

    feedly

    Feedly is a new way to browse the content of your favorite sites, RSS feeds, tumblr blogs and YouTube channels ON VARIOUS Web browsers and mobile devices running iOS and Android. Instead of having to hunt down for information, Feedly uses RSS to aggregate the contents of the news sites you like and deliver them as a fast mobile-optimized experience.

    The Feedly mobile application is available for iOS (iPhone, iPad), and Android devices. All versions of the app run on Streets (DevHD’s other project), which allows for the application to run on the same code for all devices. Running the same code across multiple platforms lets the developers release updates faster because they are only working with one version. Like its web counterpart, the mobile application employs a minimalistic interface that imitates a magazine spread. However, unlike the browser extension, the Feedly app cannot load an entire article. Instead, it will present a summary, and a link to the actual article. The mobile application acts as a browser on its own, so any redirects happen inside the app itself, as opposed to opening a separate internet browser. Additionally, the application adapts to the user, and will recommend posts based on what the user has read or shared in the past.


    Pulse

    Pulse

    Pulse News brings all your favorite blogs, magazines, social networks and newspapers in one place for FREE. Exciting to use, quick to read, ready to share. Tap on an article to see a clean and elegant view of the news story. Save stories for reading later across all platforms or sync them with Instapaper, Read it Later and Evernote. Sharing a story via Facebook, Twitter, Google + and email is as easy as one tap.

    Features:

    * NEW – Pulse Highlights: Highlights showcases the stories you care about, and it’s powered by the people you care about. Check out your Highlights feed by tapping ‘Highlights’ at the top of the left navigation bar. You’ll see stories shared by your friends, and you can add your own by tapping the blue Highlights icon at the bottom of any article.

    * Tablet support: Pulse is beautifully formatted and optimized for hundreds of Android devices – it is perfect for your resolution and size of the tablet.

    * Dual view: For each article on Pulse, you can switch between a clean summary of the article or go to the website directly. When you tap on an article, both are ready to view, almost instantly!

    * Offline sync: No internet? No problem. Pulse loads the news stories you read, and makes them available wherever you are.

    * Save Stories: Collect your favorite stories using your Pulse.me account. Send to Instapaper, Read it Later, Evernote and Google Reader, all in one tap.

    * Easy share: Found an interesting news article? Sharing a news story on Pulse via Email, Facebook, and Twitter is as easy as two taps.

    * Source Syncing: With your Pulse account, sync your favorite sources across your all your devices and platforms.

    * Integration with Google Reader: Pulse allows you to directly import all your RSS feeds from Google Reader. Your stories are synced with your Google account.


    Taptu

    Taptu

    Taptu is a social news feed reader that lets you Add, Remix, Search and Share streams from your favorite web sites, blogs and social networks like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. You can add your favorite sources and topics directly from our StreamStore (including importing from Google Reader), DJ them on StreamStudio and finally share the ones you like the most.

    Features:

    * Discover thousands of streams on your favorite topics from a wide variety of web sites, blogs, newspapers and magazines in the StreamStore;

    * Search for RSS Feeds using Bing or Import them from Google Reader;

    * DJ Your News: Do you have 5 different sports streams you follow? Merge them all together to create you own Sports stream and color code it to your liking. And why not share your new stream with your friends?

    * Search Streams: Are you a Lady Gaga fan? Search for Lady Gaga on the StreamStore and you can create a stream dedicated to all the news of Lady Gaga from Music streams or Fashion streams or a combination of both.

    * Search in Streams: Have you added the Games streams and you want to find reviews for Call of Duty? You can now search in any stream. Whats more you can save your search as a new Search Stream allowing you to follow all the news for Call of Duty as it comes out.

    * Discover Stories related to the one you are reading as well as Streams specific to the Topic/Genre the article you are reading about.

    * All types of Widgets: Lists, Cards and Stack widgets, even scrollable on Ice Cream Sandwich and Honeycomb. Customize the size, the color, the frequency they update.

    * Add as many Facebook or Twitter accounts as you want, add your LinkedIn account as well.

    * Update your status, Like and Comment from your Facebook stream: See something a friend has sent that you want to Like or Comment on? Do it right inside the app.

    * Tweet, RT, Quote a Tweet from your Twitter stream: Someone you follow on Twitter has tweeted an interesting tweet, Quote it and add your comments or RT directly from Taptu.

    * Post a Status Update, Like and Comment from your Linkedin stream: A colleague or a friend of yours has posted something you think your own friends should know about, you can Like it or Comment on it from Taptu.

    * Share with friends: Share stories and streams with your friends on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin.

    * See full articles that friends share via Twitter and Facebook: Taptu will convert links your friends share into a full article view.

    * No time to read now? Bookmark articles to read later, or save to Instapaper and Read It Later. Press Reviews: VentureBeat: A deeper news reading experience than most competitors, in particular because I was able to easily combine news sourcesthe app also does a great job of recommending stories. The Register: A good news aggregator should be able to pull information from a broad range of sources, present it in a clear and easily navigable format, and make it as easy as pie to find, add, remove and edit feeds.


    Flipboard

    Flipboard

    If you’re not familiar with Flipboard, it’s a magazine-style news reader that has been wildly popular on iOS for quite some time. What gives it extra cool points is its ability to handle social media. See, Flipboard can integrate your social accounts into its feed, and present tweets or other status updates just as it would news stories or blog posts (complete with images and video thumbnails). Couple this with Flipboard’s gorgeous tiled interface, and it’s easy to see why the app is such a fan favorite.

    With its clean design, vibrant display of photographic tiles, and smooth page-flipping animation, Flipboard for Android is just as stunning as its iOS sibling. This visual appeal has always been the hallmark of the app.

    But Flipboard for Android isn’t just a pretty face. Functionally, it packs a punch, too, as it lets you add feeds from a number of different social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Instagram, Google+, and YouTube. You can compose status updates from within Flipboard, as well as share, retweet, +1, and Like others’ posts.

    As with other news reader apps, you can also add feeds from pretty much any news source or site with an RSS feed, or you can subscribe to a Flipboard-curated topic feed. Also, if you use a bookmarking service like Instapaper, Pocket, or Readability, you can integrate those as well.

    If you use Google Reader, you can load that up, too. However, Flipboard doesn’t let you swipe through individual sources within your Google Reader account, which is disappointing. Meanwhile, another app in the category, Feedly, handles Google Reader beautifully, as it can two-way sync, and even mark items as read with a quick swipe.

    One thing worth noting is that Flipboard for Android is not yet optimized for tablets. The image quality is less than stellar, and there’s no use of the functional side panels that might otherwise grace a tablet-specific app.

    Overall, I’m impressed with Flipboard for Android. Even with its few shortcomings, it’s still a gorgeous reader with the flexibility to handle all of your social media. And if that’s not enough, it comes with two different widgets, so you can access your Cover stories right from your home screen.


    Google Currents

    Google Currents

    Google Currents delivers beautiful magazine-like editions to your tablet and smartphone for high speed and offline reading.

    Features include:

    * Publisher editions – Publishers such as Forbes, The Guardian, TechCrunch, PBS, Saveur, and more have produced hundreds of editions including full length, in-depth articles, videos, fine photography, and slideshows. Editions are free – covering news, business, lifestyle, fashion, sports, science, technology, design, food, entertainment and more.

    * Fast scan – A new navigation mode lets you quickly swipe vertically to discover unread stories within an edition, swipe horizontally to move to the next edition within a category. Or, use the “sidebar” to jump ahead to a specific edition.

    * Breaking stories – Google Currents uses Google search technology to deliver the hottest breaking stories in categories such as world, entertainment, sports, science, and more. As you travel to different countries, additional breaking stories are added to match your location.

    * Saved stories – Run across an in-depth article that you want to read later, or a special recipe you want to keep? Star any story to be saved for later, in your personal Saved stories edition.

    * Your favorite blogs and feeds – Instantly, turn your Google Reader subscriptions, or any of your favorite blogs/feeds into a beautiful edition with a magazine feel.

    * Translate – Currents uses Google translate technology to translate editions into a preferred language of your choice. 44 languages are supported.

    * Widget – Immediately see fresh news on your android home screen with the Google Currents widget.

    Each edition is available for high speed offline reading, and provides quick-touch sharing. Google Currents self-adapts to differently sized phones and tablets, with subscriptions synchronized across devices. Google Currents – a reading experience not to be missed.

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  • The next Nexus 7 and next gen Surface tablets reportedly to be out in the Q2 of 2013

    Posted on March 11th, 2013 David Brooks | No comments

    The competition between Google and Microsoft in mobile communication has become even fierce.  Google’s Nexus 7 tablet no doubt has gained great popularity in the tablet market since the official release. To compete with Google in tablet market, Microsoft announced its Surface tablet in both RT and Pro versions for different needs. From the results of the tablet sales, Nexus 7 seems to win. But Microsoft has never given up. As reported, the new Google Nexus 7 and the Surface 2 tablets would be released in the Q2 and market available in the end of Q2.

    Nexus 7

    This time, Google would once again cooperate with Asus on the new Nexus 7 tablet. According to the rumors, the next Nexus 7 would be about the same price as its predecessor while feature better features. The hardware configurations would be greatly improved. The tablet screen would be in edge-to-edge design with improved screen resolution to 1920×1080 pixels. Thus, if you want to watch HD movies on new Nexus 7, you would get more vivid visual effect. The price of the next Nexus 7 is rumored to be $199 – 246, just the same level as the current Nexus 7 tablet. It is reported this new tablet would be officially released on the upcoming Google I/O from March 15th to March 17th.

    As to the Microsoft Surface, though the performance and sales of Surface are not satisfactory, Microsoft would continue to bring Surface 2 tablet, according to the supply chains. It is reported the Surface 2 would get narrowed in screen size, to 7-9 inches. The component supply factories would also be changed. No more detailed information about the Surface 2 has been leaked online currently.

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  • 6 most popular games for Android, iPhone and iPad costing less than 1 dollar

    Posted on March 5th, 2013 David Brooks | No comments

    With more and more advanced and popular Android and iOS devices appearing in the market, we could get more choices to make our leisure life more colorful. Without doubt, playing games on Android, iPhone and iPad is one of the main ways we usually do with the devices in hand. The Android and iOS devices absolutely deliver amazing gaming experience. But in a world full of various gaming apps, it is really hard for us to find which games are interesting and funny. Meanwhile, the cost of gaming should also be in control. We all love playing games, but none of us loves spending much money in gaming, right? So, today, I would come with a very useful summary of gaming apps for Android, iPhone and iPad. These apps are all less than 1 dollar, and all of them are widely popular around the world. Check them below and get the one you like.

    Android-iOS

    Real Racing 3: Real Racing 3 is a totally free gaming app for both Android and iOS devices. 48 cars are available in this game for more exciting experience, including exotics like Bugatti and a wealth of real-life tracks selected carefully and in great taste. (Download Real Racing 3 on Android; Download Real Racing 3 for iPhone, iPad)

    Cordy 2:  This gaming app costs $0.99, for both Android and iOS. After a long and harrowing journey, Cordy and Volt finally arrive at World 2, only to find it besieged by the evil Boogaloo. Help Cordy and Volt as they set off to save the Zap Drops from Boogaloo’s evil minions, the Boogie Bots! (Download Cordy 2 on Android; Download Cordy 2 for iPhone, iPad)

    Vector: Run, vault, slide and climb using extraordinary techniques based on the urban ninja sport of Parkour all while being chased by “Big Brother” who’s sole purpose is to capture you and bring you back. It is free for Android devices but costs $0.99 for iOS devices. (Download Vector on Android; Download Vector for iPhone, iPad)

    Slingshot Racing: Another car racing game. Use your grappling hook to slingshot around corners in this fast paced arcade style racer. Hone your skills by learning on the tutorial tracks, then blast out of the snow onto more complex tracks against other racers.  $0.99 for both Android and iOS devices. (Download Slingshot Racing on Android; Download Slingshot Racing for iPhone, iPad)

    Toy Story: Smash It! – This gaming app must be very familiar to you due to the movies. The Toys are back! Join Buzz, Woody, and the rest of the Disney Pixar “Toy Story” gang on their latest adventure!” You need to pay $0.99 to get the game. (Download Toy Story: Smash It! on Android; Download Toy Story: Smash It! for iPhone, iPad)

    Color Sheep: Also $0.99 for Android and iOS devices. Color Sheep is a fast-paced arcade game in which players change Woolson’s color to match oncoming wolves by mixing different intensities of red, green, and blue light. An intuitive swipe-based interface makes forming combos a breeze. When Woolson is charged, tap him to release an incinerating laser blast! (Download Color Sheep on Android; Download Color Sheep for iPhone, iPad)

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  • Google Officially Released Nexus 4 Smartphone, Nexus 10 Tablet and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean

    Posted on October 31st, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Right at the same time while Microsoft launched its Windows Phone 8 on October 29th, Google quietly released multiple long rumored Nexus devices and the brand new Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS. The new Nexus devices include LG Nexus 4 smartphone, Nexus 10 tablet and new Nexus 7 with cellular data network connection support. These wonderful devices and the new OS should have been released on the Android release event, but which has been canceled by the unwelcome hurricane Sandy. Quite surprisingly, rumors about the features of the new Nexus devices nearly all strike the points. Let’s see what these devices come with below:

    Google Nexus

    LG’s Nexus 4

    The Nexus 4 has a 4.7-in., 1,280-by-768-pixel resolution display, a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor from Qualcomm, 2 gigabytes of RAM, an 8-megapixel rear camera, a 1.3-megapixel front camera and either 8 or 16 gigabytes of storage. It also has NFC, a micro USB port and micro HDMI output. For bells and whistles, Google is touting built-in wireless charging (though you’ll need to supply your own compatible charging mat) and a Photo Sphere feature that can shoot 360-degree panorama photos.

    As for the price, LG Nexus 4 is set to be $299 for the 8-GB version and $349 for the 16-GB version. Also, in the U.S., the unlocked version will work only with AT&T or T-Mobile, but the latter carrier will sell a subsidized Nexus 4 for $200 with a two-year contract. The phone launches on Nov. 13 in Britain, USA, Australia, France, German, Spain and Canada.

    Asus Nexus 7

    The new Nexus 7 is the same as the old one, with a 7-in., 1,280-by-800 resolution display, a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, 1 GB of RAM, a 1.2-megapixel front-facing webcam and a micro USB port. It weighs 0.7 lb., measures 0.4 in. thick and gets about 9.5 hours of battery life on a charge. Google and Asus simply doubled the storage on the Nexus 7, to 16 GB for the $199 version and 32 GB for the $249 version, and added a 3G option for $299 with 32 GB of storage. (It’ll work with AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S.) The much needed storage boost helps bring the Nexus 7 in line with other cheap tablets.

    Samsung Nexus 10

    This is Google’s first Nexus tablet to compete directly with Apple‘s iPad, and it offers a Retina-beating 10.1-in., 2,560-by-1,600 resolution display as its claim to fame. Other specs include a dual-core A15 processor, 2 GB of RAM, a 5-megapixel rear camera, a 1.9-megapixel front camera, micro USB, micro HDMI and NFC. The tablet also supports multiple user sign-ins, with separate home screens, apps, e-mail and photos for each. The 16-GB model will sell for $399, while the 32-GB model will cost $499, starting Nov. 13.

    All the new Nexus devices would be running on the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS.

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