So you want to take a screenshot on your shiny new LG G4. This is a step, capturing a single moment in time that could possibly spin the planets out of alignment and alter the course of the universe forever. Or, more likely, you just want to show somebody something. But that whole universe-changing thing could, theoretically, happen.
Anyway. There are a couple ways to take a screenshot on the LG G4. And these are they:
Samsung has disclosed its earnings for the first quarter of 2015 today, reporting an decrease in revenue and slight increase in operating profit over the previous quarter.
Overall, Samsung brought in an operating profit of $5.63 billion (KRW 5.98 trillion) on revenues of $44 billion (KRW 47.12 trillion). These numbers largely line up with the company's guidance released earlier this month, marking a drop in operating profits from $7.8 billion (KRW 8.49 trillion) year-over-year.
According to a new report, OUYA, the maker of the Android-based gaming console bearing the same name, is searching for a buyer.
In a memo reportedly leaked to Fortune, OUYA CEO Julie Uhrman is looking for potential buyers to express interest by the end of April as the company seeks to repay venture debt to investment firm TriplePoint Capital.
Swiftkey has updated its recently-released Clarity Keyboard Beta today with some fixes for a couple of particularly nasty bugs.
The specific bugs addressed by SwiftKey in this update relate to crashing that would occur on startup when using the keyboard on Samsung devices, as well as a particularly annoying bug that would cause all of the keys to stack up on one another.
The LG G4 is finally official. Is it everything you hoped it would be?
While we may have had some ideas heading into today's events in New York and London, the LG G4 was a phone that we couldn't know for sure until it jumped out of leaked images and into our hands. Well, it's in our hands now, and we can now begin to see just where it falls in this year's crop of smartphones. And of course, nowhere is this more important than with the fans and faithful Android users who will be deciding if this is going to be the phone they commit themselves to.
So, are you counting the days till the G4's June release?
LG's 2015 flagship leaves its flexible cousin in the dust.
The LG G4 might be the main event of the company's smartphone calendar, but it's actually already shipped one high-end phone this year. Back in February the LG G Flex 2 arrived, packing top-level internals and LG's unique flexible P-OLED display. And it was a bit of an oddity, proving that flexible phones still come with a bunch of compromises attached. That's made more clear by the emergence of the G4, which promises to be a more capable all-round smartphone.
We really do hate starting out on a new phone with a negative, but sometimes it just has to be done. And such is the case with the new LG G4. There are a few features that you're probably going to want to do without, and sooner, rather than later.
So with that, these are the first few things we'd turn off on the LG G4.
Google Play Services have been updated to version 7.3, bringing some great improvements like the ability to connect multiple wearables at the same time.
Version 7.3 of Google Play Services brings some great new feature additions for developers to take advantage of. Included in this update is the ability to connect more than one wearable to a device at a time, as well as some additions to Google Fit.
HTC and LG's 2015 flagships showcase very different approaches to smartphone design.
They're both big names in the Android world, but HTC and LG have always taken radically different approaches to their high-end hardware. And with the arrival of the LG G4 to do battle with the HTC One M9, the contrast between the two firms continues to grow.
Google has announced that they have 70 new partners who have added Google Now integration into their third-party apps.
Back in January, Google announced that 40 third-party apps added Google Now integration, and now they are adding another 70 to the collection. With the addition of these 70 new integrations, Google Now becomes an even more robust and useful service.
Today's announcement of the LG G4 also brought with a new Quick Circle Case, and this one's taking a cue from one of LG's other circular interfaces: webOS.
As with the G2 and G3 before it, the LG G4 has an optional Quick Circle Case. It replaces the back and adds a flap-style cover to the front with a prominent and large circle at the top that exposes the display. But with the G4 they've given the interface a bit of an overhaul, and they've adopted a lot of the visual design of the LG Watch Urbane LTE.
Do you like leather? And if so, what color? Or maybe a metallic look and feel is more your thing. With the LG G4, you've got options.
You almost can't have too much choice these days when it comes to your smartphone. And when it comes to the backside of the new LG G4, you've got a whole bunch of choices.
Leather? Or coated plastic. Black? Brown? Yellow? Blue? Red? Metallic? Ceramic? There's a whole lot going on here.
Some tough choices are going to have to be made. Or maybe not, since you're able to swap one back for another. Leather for metallic gray or ceramic white. Or even gold. Choice, in this case, is a good problem to have.
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