Tag Archives: Support

Android 4.2 Includes Photo Sphere, Multi User Support, And More

Google launched many devices today, and their unifying factor was the new Android 4.2. Thought it’s still called Jelly Bean, it comes with plenty improvements and new features. This isn’t a small update. Here are a few new features: Photo Sphere http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=0poff-mHQ4Q Photo Sphere is an awesome new… Read more

HBO Go Gets Support For Jelly Bean Devices

There was a bit of confusion this afternoon when HBO Go got an update to their Android app that said it contained Jelly Bean support but didn’t work on Jelly Bean devices. That feature was pulled from the changelog but we’re happy to report back that it’s now working and is fully functional on Jelly Bean devices like the Nexus 7. It’s a very visually… Read more

Google Launches AOSP Support For Sony Xperia S

Google’s Jean-Baptiste Queru, who serves as prominent leader of the AOSP development team, began “an experiment” with the Sony Xperia S this week. The experiment is any developer’s dream come true. Google intends to work directly with the developer community to support the Xperia S through the AOSP in a way that’s similar to how Google works with… Read more

PlayStation Mobile Support Granted To ASUS And Wikipad

With Sony’s Gamescom 2012 press conference happening in Germany right now, there were bound to be some good announcements to come out of it. Sony announced today that both ASUS and Wikipad would be gaining PlayStation Mobile support which is what was formerly called PlayStation Certification. This means that devices from either one of the manufacturers… Read more

Google Maps Live Traffic Supports 130 More Cities

Google has added live traffic coverage in Google Maps for 130 more cities in the US. Live traffic is incredibly useful, and knowing this feature is coming to so many people is great. But the US is not the only one getting more support. Google has also released support for cities in China, Brazil, Canada, Russian and many other countries. Check out this… Read more

Nexus Q App Now Available For Devices With Android 2.3.3+

It seems that the Nexus Q app has been updated to work with Android devices with 2.3.3 and up. This is an improvement, since before it wasn’t compatible with most devices. The update also adds improvements to the guest mode feature and other small fixes and improvements. At least you can now control your Nexus Q with more devices than just a select few…. Read more

The Indie Gala Lets You Buy Games And Help Charity

Here is another indle game bundle, a la Humble Indle Bundle. It’s a pay what you want bundle, and the best part is, you decide how much goes to the developers and how much goes to charity. If you pay over $5.29, you get more games than if you payed less. All those games together would be worth around $35. In the bundle, you get The Lost Souls, Battle… Read more