As part of its “release early, release often” philosophy, Google has now opened a Beta channel to allow it to release early versions of Chrome for Android. The new Android channel will allow keen users to try out new features before the official “stable” release.
Ford has released its OpenXC API, which lets application developers access data from the car, including mileage, location, speed, and the like, contributing to a better driving experience.
Not all of us have the passion or motivation to keep on track when it comes to working out. This is why some of us turn to fitness apps. Looking for something a bit different though? Check out Fitocracy.
Back in June of 2012, Google started allowing developers with a “Top Developer Badge” to respond to Google Play app reviews, both the good and bad. Now it seems that Google is opening up the comments system to all developers.
Redbox Instant will be launching sometime in March and the Android app has been updated to support the Nexus 10, but it won’t work on rooted devices.
Mozilla has updated Firefox for Android and desktop platforms. The new version of the browser includes several improvements to increase speed.
The zombie hordes have taken over and Shaq is the only guy who can save us in his new game ShaqDown.
Teknision has released a teaser video of Chameleon Launcher running on a Galaxy Note 2 and Nexus 4.
All Lenovo Idea (consumer-focused) laptops will ship with the Bluestacks App Player, giving consumers the ability the run over 750,000 Android apps on their laptops.
Many Twitter addicts swear by Falcon Pro, if only for its rich features and sleek Holo-styled UI. After making the jump from beta to a full release in December, the mobile Twitter client app has received an update.