Motorola logo on Moto X+1 likely a power button, Moto Aware will pair with Moto 360

By AndroidChief | On Mon, Sep 1st, 2014 - No Comments »

Another day, another round of Moto X+1 information. Today, everything has to do with the hardware of the device. The image above shows the Moto X+1 in white. In the four corners of the front, there seem to be sensors. According to TK Tech News, who has been following the upcoming Motorola device closely, they have to do with Moto Aware. The idea behind the sensors right now is that they. 

New info suggests AT&T will have very brief Moto Maker exclusivity period

By AndroidChief | On Mon, Sep 1st, 2014 - No Comments »

Some new information suggests AT&T will have a very small window of exclusivity with Moto Maker for the new Motorola Moto X+1. Previous reports suggested the new Motorola device’s Moto Maker customization would be available on both AT&T and Verizon, possibly with simultaneous launches and availability. Now sources are saying AT&T will actually get a brief three-day period. 

HTC’s Nexus tablet said to get official keyboard case

By AndroidChief | On Mon, Sep 1st, 2014 - No Comments »

HTC’s rumored Nexus tablet has gotten all kinds of leaks and rumors. We know the general specs, but today’s new leak brings forth an accessory (among multiple) we had never heard of before. It seems Google and HTC are putting together a keyboard case to make the HTC Volantis/Flounder a much more productive gadget. A couple images of the product have emerged, showing only the. 

Samsung Smart Home expansion brings S Voice support

By AndroidChief | On Mon, Sep 1st, 2014 - No Comments »

Samsung was all about Smart Home last CES, and their acquisition of SmartThings really proved their conviction. Their new home automation service presented some great features, granting the ability to control appliances and other products via mobile devices and TVs. It was a great project, but today’s announcement has taken things up a notch. Samsung’s Smart Home expansion. 

VoxyPAD – Indie app of the day

By AndroidChief | On Mon, Sep 1st, 2014 - No Comments »

What is VoxyPad? VoxyPad is a real time collaboration tool that allows you to connect with another person and work on virtually anything. Collaborations take place over what the app refers to as “calls” and allows you connect with another person. It’s currently free to use. The interface is pretty simple. There’s a large space that covers most of the screen where. 

Labor Day Freebies – 2 awesome freebies for self improvement

By AndroidChief | On Mon, Sep 1st, 2014 - No Comments »

We’ve got some wonderful free stuff for you this Labor Day, to help step up your game in your personal and professional life! Learn to do your best at anything, improve your business development and sales chops, and build your startup career on your own terms with these two great offers – valued at a total of $866, for free, here at the Android Authority Deals Store! Learn to. 

Report: Asus ZenWatch won’t be available until October, priced under $200

By AndroidChief | On Mon, Sep 1st, 2014 - No Comments »

This week’s IFA announcements are looking to bring some of the biggest news of 2014, including plenty of new developments when it comes to wearable devices. We already know that Asus plans to be one of the OEMs to showcase its new watch, the ZenWatch, which will be powered by Google’s Android Wear platform. We also know that the watch appears to have at least a partially-metal design,. 

Sony to debut Smartwatch 3 and new SmartBand at IFA

By AndroidChief | On Mon, Sep 1st, 2014 - No Comments »

IFA is almost here, with the first press events scheduled for September 3rd. While Sony’s event doesn’t actually happen until the 4th, we have a few new details about what to expect outside of the Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact and Z3 Tablet Compact. First up, a new report “from sources familiar with Sony’s plans” claims both the SmartWatch 3 and the SmartBand Talk will debut at IFA.. 

Google opposes compensation for those suing over wifi snooping

By AndroidChief | On Mon, Sep 1st, 2014 - No Comments »

Wired.co.uk Google is currently being sued for allegedly “snooping” on WiFi transmissions that were collected by Google’s Street View cars dating back from 2010. In 2012, the Federal Communications Commission fined Google $25,000 for refusing to cooperate with an investigation into this collection. Google claims that they intended to destroy the collected data. According. 

Apple plans to continue pushing for ban on Samsung products

By AndroidChief | On Mon, Sep 1st, 2014 - No Comments »

BabblingBoolean We have covered the Apple vs Samsung battle for some time now and it seems that it won’t be ending for the foreseeable future. According to MacWorld, Apple plans to appeal a judge’s order this week that denied its request for a sales ban on the Samsung products that have previously been found to infringe on Apple’s patents. Apple is asking the Court to. 

CyanogenMod 11 officially makes its way to the Motorola Moto G 4G

By AndroidChief | On Mon, Sep 1st, 2014 - No Comments »

One of the surest signs that a device has paid its dues, that it has reached a certain level of public distribution and support, is when it receives official CyanogenMod support. Motorola’s Moto G 4G has just received these honors with CyanogenMod 11, let the ROMing begin. The Moto G 4G is the second major iteration of an exceptional piece of hardware. The original Moto G came equipped. 

Top 8 cases for the One Plus One

By AndroidChief | On Mon, Sep 1st, 2014 - No Comments »

The OnePlus One may be one of the hardest phones that money can buy but that’s not the same for the cases, money is accepted. We’ve put together  a list of 8 of the top cases on the market today for the OnePlus One. There are two official cases made by OnePlus One, the protective case which is a minimal case that doesn’t bulk up your phone but adds some color. Then they have the. 

Info about Samsung Galaxy Note 4 pops up on Samsung site

By AndroidChief | On Sun, Aug 31st, 2014 - No Comments »

As the days wind down to IFA 2014 and Samsung’s Unpacked event when the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be announced, leaked information about the device should be coming out at a steady clip. The latest example of this is a user agent profile (UAProf) file discovered on the Samsung mobile site. The information verifies the model number of the Galaxy Note 4 is SM-910T. The file. 

[Deal] Grab an LG G Watch for $50 off from Best Buy

By AndroidChief | On Sun, Aug 31st, 2014 - No Comments »

LG’s G Watch might be slightly outdated thanks to the G Watch R, but it’s still a fantastic Android Wear device. Today, Best Buy is shaving a full $50 off the list price of the smartwatch, so you can pick one up for only $179, which definitely isn’t a bad price for how new it is. The only catch is that you’ll have to get it shipped to your house, as store pickup. 

Motorola’s new Moto X will likely launch with MotoMaker available on Verizon

By AndroidChief | On Sun, Aug 31st, 2014 - No Comments »

We’re still waiting on the Moto X+1 to be officially announced sometime this week by Motorola, but in the meantime we can still speculate on rumors about how the device will launch. The latest leak pinpoints what variations of the device will be available on Verizon’s network, and if you were bummed that MotoMaker was AT&T exclusive for a few months last time around, you’ll. 

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