Granted, Google is not even selling the Nexus Q anymore. In any case, CyanogenMod has decided to give this much beleaguered device a breath of fresh air.
The guys behind CyanogenMod have been working hard to get CM 10.1 (based on the Android 4.2 branch) on as many devices as possible. Now, the first builds are available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE.
Yesterday, Facebook sent out invitations to an event that is to be held on January 15, starting at 10pm Pacific time. All we have so far is the tagline “Come and see what we are building.”
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.
Agenda, a popular calendar app for iOS is now available on the Play Store. It first launched in June 2011 and made a name for itself with its minimalist and eminently useable interface.
While there has not been another statement or indication from the company concerning the status of the watch, this does bode well for everyone looking to get their hands on one.
While Scan and Match is quite a useful feature, Google is not making explicit songs available from the cloud. If you have explicit versions of songs in your library, only the clean versions will be available for playback.
If you are looking for a new smartphone on Sprint and all these minuscule under-5 inch screens just aren’t doing it for you, watch out. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is now available through Amazon Wireless for only $149.
Amazon introduced us to FreeTime earlier in September, but now it is officially available for your Kindle Fire HD.
Looking for a e-reader on a budget? Barnes and Noble’s NOOK Simple Touch has now become an even more compelling option. Starting tomorrow, Barnes and Noble will start selling them for a very reasonable $79, down from the regular price of $99.