The Sound Search widget for Google Play finally integrates music identification to the Google Play store, and it’s now available for Android 4.0 and higher. Although this concept isn’t new (Soundhound and Shazam have been doing this for a few years), Google’s version has one very helpful feature for Android users, syncing.
The new Samsung GT-I8262D has been spotting passing though certification in China, and we’ve also got our hands on some initial hardware specs. Based on the information provided, the handset will only be a sporting a single-core CPU clocked up to 1GHz, which suggests this phone could be gunning for a mid-range price tag.
Earlier today Verizon announced that Redbox Instant, an online movie and game rental service, will begin rolling out to Android devices and Google TV later this month.
PIPA Touch brings biometric security to your smartphone with the brand new wireless fingerprint scanner integrated into your phone cover.
In the seemingly never ending legal battle over patents the Federal Trade Commission appears to be close to reaching a settlement over some of Google’s essential patent claims.
Yesterday Google announced that they are rolling out a tablet specific update for Google News on both iOS and Android devices. Google also managed to slip a cheeky boast into the news release — they are now directing over six billion visits to news sites each month, which is a pretty staggering statistic.
Following the recent Apple Maps debacle, which landed a couple in the middle of the wilderness after following incorrect directions, Samsung have taken it upon themselves to set up camp in two Australian cities to let us all know just how great the Navigon software, which comes pre-installed on its Aussie handsets, is.
Happy Birthday! Angry Birds has turned three today and to celebrate Rovio have given us some brand new content.
Sony has just released the Xperia Lounge app, packed with with news, competitions and promotions.
Researchers at Ghent University reveal LCD-based contact lens displays project. Is augmented reality now closer than you think?