Review is like app or game coverage but for movie series, television shows, comic books, and other geeky entertainment. It's great stuff you can watch and enjoy on your android phone, tablet, TV, or Chromecast! On this week's episode Don, Matt, Guy, and Rene visit Pacific Tech to talk Real Genius. While they don't hammer any six inch-spikes, they do get into Martha Coolidge's directing, Val Kilmer's acting, and how the idea of the military exploiting science back in 1983 plays in 2013. This one's for Jason!
If it seems a little bit like everything's about Android Wear these days ... well, you're right. Everything is about Android Wear these days. And that's OK. These are exciting times. We've finally gone from months and months of a prototype-y Google Glass to actual Android Wear smartwatches that don't break the bank (or attract the ire of luddites).
Any discussion of Android Wear will eventually turn to how you have to dig deep into the software to launch an app from your wrist. Tapping and swiping, and scrolling and tapping just isn't the perfect experience. A new app called Wear Mini Launcher aims to fix all of that. Install it to the phone you've paired with your Android Wear watch, and you're just one swipe away from a list of your installed apps.
If you're looking for a fun game to check out over the weekend, then Halfbrick Studios' Fish Out Of Water is certainly worth checking out. The game has now arrived on Google Play as well as the Amazon App Store after hitting over 5 million downloads on iOS. Aside from the pleasant look of the game, Fish Out Of Water is simple to pick up and get into.
We step a little off the reservation for a few minutes this week, discussing the controversial "right to be forgotten" law that's got Google removing search results — and setting a dangerous precedent in the process. Plus, plenty more on Android Wear and the launch of the LG G3. Join us!
Over time the free storage space on your LG G3 will begin to dwindle, that's a given. But it's not all down to what you're installing onto the phone yourself, it'll store a bunch of temporary files that over time can build up and build up. Fortunately LG has built in a simple method of seeing what's taking up space that doesn't need to be and for you to reclaim it with smart cleaning.
As if today's surprise announcement that Sprint was selling the LG G3 in its stores today, one week earlier than expected, wasn't enough, the wireless carrier has something else up its sleeve. It is sending out emails to customers offering them a $150 pre-paid card if they purchase the phone from them via the Sprint Easy Play plan of $25 a month.
A new set of images that allegedly show Sony's upcoming Xperia Z3 smartphone have been leaked by a person using a Chinese message board, which include info on what may be the processor inside the phone.
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