Motorola has today begun issuing invitations to a January 14 press event in London. “Join us on the next step of Motorola’s journey,” the invite reads, ”as we welcome a new addition to the European Motorola family of products.”
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Ever since the death of Google Reader, people have been on the lookout for a truly great RSS alternative. There are tons of readers available on the Google Play Store, ranging from cloud- to local-based RSS readers, which can make it difficult for us to choose the right one. So today, we are dedicating our Apps of the week column to bringing you a roundup of 3 of our favourites.
When Google started rolling out Android 4.3 Jelly Bean to the Nexus 4 back in July, some users stumbled upon a very handy privacy feature, called “App Ops”, hidden in the Developer’s section of the built-in settings application, which enabled them to “install apps while preventing the app from collecting sensitive data like the user’s location or address book” — which I am pretty sure we can all agree is a rather useful security function to have on our devices.
We’ve known for some time that LG’s been working on a new Android-powered tablet, and we had a feeling it might get its unveiling at IFA 2013 in Berlin next month. And now that looks increasingly likely after LG began teasing the new G Pad 8.3 on YouTube and the tablet’s first press shot was leaked online.
LG will announce its new flagship G2 at an event in New York City later today, but the handset’s official press images have already been leaked. And they may look very familiar to you. If you take away the LG logo that sits under the display and add a physical home button instead, you’d have what looks almost exactly like a Samsung Galaxy S4.
The blue HTC One has appeared in a leaked press photo ahead of its official release. Recent rumors regarding a blue variant of HTC’s latest flagship surfaced way back in May, and this picture all but confirms the device is on its way. But when?
While we already know what the Nexus 7 II will look like thanks to those leaked press shots that surfaced this morning, some things — such as its price tag and its specifications — have remained a mystery… until now. This leaked Best Buy flyer confirms the tablet’s price, release date, and display resolution.
Glympse has announced that it will be teaming up with Evernote to enable users to archive a list of their Glympse trails within their Evernote notebooks. By utilizing the built-in sharing features in the Android OS, Glympse location data can be automatically shared to a dedicated “My Glympse Trails” folder in their Evernote account.
T-Mobile is sending out invites to its latest press event that is set to take place July 10, 2013, in New York City. There’s not much to see on the invite, unfortunately, which ultimately means we have no idea what to expect from this event. But the carrier is promising to show off its “boldest moves yet.”
Google has announced that it will continue to allow Argentinian developers to sell paid apps on Google Play for the time being, extending its deadline to an undetermined date in the future.
On May 25, 2013, the search engine giant gave developers based in Argentina one month’s notice that stated after June 27, 2013, it would stop allowing them to accept payments for apps in the Play Store, regardless of where the purchaser was located.