Google senior vice president Sundar Pichai has confirmed plans to bring Chromecast to “many more countries” over the coming weeks. The popular $35 dongle has officially been available only in the U.S. since it was launched last July, but Google has always said that the device would eventually be available internationally.
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I don’t know about you, but I think I might be tired of seeing the “All New HTC One” when it gets its official unveiling later this month. The new device has again been leaked in a “quick review” video uploaded to YouTube, which showcases some of the handset’s design changes and its KitKat software.
Alongside the two-minute clip, the handset has appeared in yet another high-quality image gallery.
Rovio took to its official YouTube account earlier today to preview the release of a new Angry Birds game in a rather mystical and mysterious video teaser. Unfortunately, as usual, not much is revealed in the short movie in terms of gameplay, for the most part we are presented with shots of a medieval suit of armour, however, things start to get a little bit more interesting when you get to the end of the trailer.
LG’s super creepy G Flex commercial, which was uploaded to YouTube just this Thursday, has now been pulled without explanation. The two-minute video certainly got people talking went it went live — but it wasn’t LG’s smartphone that was on their minds.
Samsung’s much-anticipated Unpacked 5 event is just a couple of days away now, and just to make sure you’re excited, the South Korean company today published a new video that teases “The Next Galaxy.” The 36-second clip doesn’t give much away, but it does contain a whole bunch words associated with the new device.
It’s been a while since Samsung mocked Apple and its iOS devices to sell its latest smartphones and tablets, but if you thought the South Korean company had moved past all that, you can think again.
It has today published two new videos via its official YouTube channel that mock the iPhone and the iPad to sell the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1.
Nokia Normandy, Nokia’s first Android-powered smartphone, has appeared on a Vietnamese retailer’s website ahead of its official debut. The much-anticipated device is expected to show its face for the first time at MWC next month, and it could launch with support for a number of Google services — including the Google Play Store.
Last night, ASUS’ upcoming flagship tablet of 2014, the Transformer Book Duet (TD300), was the star of a leaked video published on the Taiwanese company’s official YouTube channel, but, unfortunately, the short movie has since been removed from the Internet.
No matter how you feel about Apple and the iPhone, it’s impossible to deny that the device completely revolutionized the mobile industry when it was launched in 2007. Without it, the smartphones of today may have been completely different.
Take Android, for example. It’s the biggest competitor to the iOS operating system that powers the iPhone, and it’s now the world’s largest mobile platform — but the iPhone is the reason Android is what it is today. Google started work on the software way back in 2005, but it scrapped everything and started again the day after iPhone was revealed to the world.
If Santa forgets to drop by your neighborhood this year, it may be because he’s been too busy selling the Galaxy Gear for Samsung. Saint Nick promotes the “miracle” smartwatch’s built-in camera, its ability to take calls, and other features in a new one-minute ad uploaded to Samsung’s YouTube channel.