Tag Archives: Support

Samsung Exynos 5 Octa Does Support LTE

It looks like the Samsung Galaxy S 4 two model debacle is not a repeat of last year. Last year, the Samsung Galaxy S III came out with a quad core Exynos 4 processor in Europe without LTE, and a dual core Snapdragon S4 Plus in the US with LTE support. The reasoning was that the Exynos 4 integrated radios only had support for HSPA+ 21, so they couldn’t… Read more

Google Adds Full AOSP Support For Nexus 4 And Nexus 7 3G

It looks like the Nexus family is now complete with AOSP support. The Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 3G have been left out of full AOSP support for a while, but after this 4.2.2 update, they are finally supported. All the binaries are now available for download for every unbranded Nexus device and even the Verizon Galaxy Nexus. It’s great to see Google finally… Read more

Skype Video Messaging Comes To Android And iOS

Skype is advertising a new feature lately called video messaging. Unlike video calling, video messaging is recording videos (up to three minutes long) and sending them to a person. So it is to video calling what texting is to instant messaging. It’s a pretty good idea, a more personal way of talking to someone when both parties can’t sit down for a long… Read more

GameStick Is An Android Gaming Console Gone Portable

Android-powered home gaming consoles have exploded in popularity recently, starting with the OUYA. However, not all Android consoles are equal. OUYA serves its purpose as an always connected Android console that plays games with a big, ergonomic controller and a fairly powerful Tegra 3 chip inside. The GameStick serves a whole different purpose, and… Read more

Nexus 4 Does Not Support USB OTG

In a not-so-shocking turn of events, it has been found out that USB OTG is not supported by the Nexus 4. If you don’t know, USB OTG stands for On-The-Go and is a cable that plugs into your devices microUSB port and has a full USB port at the end. This allows you to plug keyboards, mice, flash drives, and controllers into your device, expanding its use… Read more

TomTom Fixes Compatibility Issues With Android App

TomTom makes great GPS units, so I was excited to see the TomTom GPS app launch on Android.. Unfortunately, there was one problem that ruined the app: it was only compatible with phones that have a display that is 480 pixels wide. Yes, that leaves out all qHD and 720p devices. No brand new phone, not the Galaxy S III or the One X, would be able to run… Read more

Pioneer Receivers Updated With HTC Connect Compatibility

HTC Connect, a DLNA streaming service built into many HTC phones (like the One series and its non-One brothers), is gaining some traction. Pioneer is releasing updates to its AV receivers today, adding HTC Connect compatibility for easy media streaming. Hit the source link to find out if your receiver will get the update. It’s too bad that HTC… Read more

EA And Gameloft Will Support All New Nexus Devices

Here is some good news for current and future Nexus owners: Electronic Arts and Gameloft say they will support all Nexus devices, so you can be sure that their games will run perfectly on your new cutting edge hardware. Gameloft has already optimized 10 tablets to work with all the new Nexus devices, including the Nexus 10′s massive 2560×1600 display… Read more