Pwnie Express has created a new software/tool set that combines with add-on USB Ethernet/Wi-Fi/Bluetooth hardware to turn the Nexus 5 into a white hat hacking tool, dubbed the Pwn Phone.
This week in your world of Android: the LG G3 leaked, the Galaxy S5 Prime’s release was pegged for June, Android Silver news broke, Google released new productivity apps, the first image of Amazon’s smartphone leaked, and the verdict in the Apple vs Samsung trial was announced.
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Images allegedly showing the LG G3 depict a white plastic device with very thin bezels and LG’s signature rear mounted buttons.
According to French Site Les Numeriques, LG France has confirmed that the G Watch will be priced at €199 and is expected to arrive sometime this summer.
LG just sent out invitations to simultaneous media events scheduled for May 27 in San Francisco, New York, and London. While the invitation itself doesn’t explicitly mentions the G3, the scale of the event leaves no doubt that we’re indeed going to see LG’s new hero device.
Buried inside the details about its financial results for the first quarter 2014, LG has confirmed that its next flagship smartphone the LG G3 will be released soon.
LG has reported a 319 percent increase in its Q1 net profits, due to strong sales of larger-sized TVs. It also shipped 12.3 million smartphones in the quarter.
A newly leaked image of the LG G3 has surfaced, showing off slightly redesigned rear-mounted buttons that appear to be flatter that what was found on the G2.
This week in your world of Android: the OnePlus One landed with a bang, Hangouts got smarter, a Nexus 8 rumor made the rounds, Plus boss Vic Gundotra announced he’s leaving Google, the Tab 4 line... got a release date, and more LG G3 specs leaked out.
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OLED looks to be the technology of choice for future wearables, as rumors suggest that Apple has placed an order with LG for 12 million flexible OLED displays.