The Samsung Galaxy S4’s latest software update, which first began its rollout in Germany back earlier this month, has landed in the United Kingdom. The release is available to all unlocked Galaxy S4 units with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and it introduces a number of handy new features, including HDR video and the ability to store apps on an microSD card.
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is widely regarded as one of the best games of 2011, and the winner of over 200 awards. So if you haven’t already had a chance to play it, it’s probably on your wish-list.
Well now’s the best time to get it for PC, because the new Legendary Edition currently has $15 off for a limited time thanks to Cult of Android deals — meaning you pay just $44.99.
The makers of Floome, a new breathalyzer dongle that clips into a smartphone’s headphone jack, say their gadget is more accurate than the Breathometer breathalyzer we featured in March, because Floome is equipped with a key ingredient missing from the former: a flowmeter.
Android doesn’t look like it’s about to lose any of its market share to competing platforms any time soon. During the first quarter of 2013, Google’s platform powered a whipping 59.9% of all smart mobile devices sold as total shipments hit 308.7 million units.
Apple’s iOS, on the other hand, was installed on just 19.3% of devices — despite the success of its iPhones and iPads.
The easiest way to get your hands on the latest movies, music, and TV shows these days is to download them. The problem with this is, all of your media ends up stuck on your PC and you can’t enjoy it in the car, on your home stereo, or on your TV.
But with Nero 11, it couldn’t be easier to burn that digital media onto good old CD and DVD discs. Nero 11 enables you to create, manage, and share your media thanks to a ton of exciting features, and for a limited time, it’s just $33.99 thanks to Cult of Android deals.
That’s a massive 66% off its regular retail price.
Are you still using your Mac or PC without an antivirus application? Don’t leave your personal data vulnerable. Get Bitdefender Antivirus today for just $40 and save $20 off its regular retail price. It’s the first and only antivirus software that protects two operating systems on one computer, which makes it ideal for those who run Windows on their Mac.
Google Now, Google’s intelligent assistant that’s been wowing Android users since its introducing with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, is coming to the company’s Chrome web browser on Windows and Chrome OS.
Its move to desktops has been the subject of rumors and speculation for a while, but until the feature recently appeared in a Chrome beta release, there’s been little evidence to back it up.
Skype has today launched its new Video Messaging service on Android, iOS, and Mac. Available to those in the United States and the United Kingdom initially, the feature allows users to send their friends videos up the three minutes long when they have a lot to say.
Wine, undoubtedly the most popular solutions for running Windows applications on Linux and Unix operating systems, is making its way to Android. The open-source software is currently being tweaked for ARM-based processors, but it is still in the early stages of development, so it’ll be some time before it’s ready for public release.
Microsoft’s Windows operating system is often mocked for its blue screen of death, the dreaded error message that appears on an all-too-often basis when attempting to work the computer too hard. And now it seems the company’s Windows Phone platform has a nasty error message of its own.
This particular error message, spotted on the HTC 8X, rather hilariously asks you to “insert your Windows installation disk” and “repair your computer” to continue.