LG continued its G4 teaser push today with a new video that puts the focus on that F1.8 lens.
The teaser follows photographer Colby Brown as he uses the G4 to capture some pretty great images. Along the way, Brown touts the camera's ability to capture accurate colors and reduce noise in dark environments.
A big reason for choosing a new launcher is to increase the density of the app grid — now the Galaxy S6 lets you do it, too.
Samsung added the ability to move from a standard 4x4 app grid to a larger 4x5 or even 5x5 within its stock launcher, and it's super easy to do as well. While you'll still have to go to another launcher if you want something more advanced, if you just need to get a little higher information density the stock launcher has you covered — let us show you how it's done.
Depending on which carrier you got your Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge from, you might have noticed a familiar sticker at the top.
One of the more important details surrounding the launch of Samsung's flagship duo was the decision to go all-in on their Exynos processors for this generation. After years of using Qualcomm for some versions and Exynos for others, the unified release is a big deal for Samsung. With the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge on shelves now, several users have pointed out a sticker that reads "Qualcomm 4G" on the top edge of the device. We've got one here on the Verizon Wireless variant of the S6 edge, but not on the T-Mobile variant. This doesn't mean there's a Snapdragon hiding under the glass of the VZW S6 phones, but it does mean Samsung licensed some things from Qualcomm in order to ensure everything works as intended.
In a recent update to a support document, Google announced that the YouTube app on devices running older versions of Google TV will no longer be supported "after April."
Specifically, the YouTube app will stop working on devices running versions 1 or 2 of Google TV, as well as older smart TVs and Blu-Ray players. While support for the app will be dropped as of the end of April, Google says that it will begin shutting down older versions starting today, April 20.
It's not what you'd call a complete thought, but Kwikset's Kevo smart lock introduces some unique ideas into the smart lock ecosystem.
The folks at Kwikset have been trying to make locks and deadbolts smarter for a while now, and as a result their products are usually considered some of the best for people looking to add some smarts to their home. Their latest smart lock, the Kevo deadbolt, is an attempt to take what they've learned so far and make the act of locking and unlocking the door more natural. You basically make your smartphone the key, and assuming you keep that key in your pocket you need only reach out and touch the lock when walking up to the door to unlock it. It's simple, reasonably user-friendly, and Kwikset's software for Kevo extends this functionality in a way that makes a lot of sense.
To accomplish this, Kwikset basically walked away from all of the things that made their existing smart locks functional and user-friendly.
This, as well as some painfully absent device support, is where things start to go wrong.
Samsung has announced that both sizes of its Galaxy Tab A can be pre-ordered starting today, and will be available in US stores starting May 1.
Starting today you can pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Tab A from Samsung's site, and it will be making its way into several retailers on May 1. Running Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box, the Galaxy Tab A features 16GB of on-board memory along with a front and rear facing camera.
After a Japan-only announcement, Sony's keeping quiet on the possibility of a global launch for the Z4.
Sony this morning made the Xperia Z4 official, in what was its lowest-profile announcement for a flagship-level product in years. It's a somewhat confusing half-upgrade from last year's Xperia Z3 that sees Sony slimming down its high-end offering, cutting back on battery capacity, while packing in a more powerful Snapdragon 810 CPU. Much of the rest of the hardware, including the 20.7-megapixel rear camera, appears almost identical to the Z3.
Even more confusing are Sony's rollout plans for the Z4.
AT&T and ZTE team up to bring the Spro 2 Smart Projector to consumers around the US.
ZTE's 2-in-1 Smart Projector and mobile hotspot, the Spro 2, will be making its way to AT&T on April 24. AT&T will be the first to make this product commercially available. They have announced that the device will be available from their website, as well as in select retail stores nationwide. The ZTE Spro 2 features a 5-inch touch screen that allows you web access right, browse Google Play, check your emails and more right from the device.
A few simple tips and tricks to help you to take great shots on your M9
The HTC One M9 marks a change in course for the Taiwanese manufacturer, as it relocates its Ultrapixel camera around the front, and settles on a traditional high-megapixel shooter for the main camera. The M9's 20-megapixel shooter has been one of the main points of contention among HTC fans and critics since the phone's arrival. It's not a bad camera, but it does require a little tweaking in order to get the best results.
We'll take a look at some basic tips for getting the most out of your M9's camera after the break.
Twitter is making a big change in its direct messaging feature, allowing users the option to receive direct messages from any other Twitter user.
Previously, Twitter only allowed for direct messages to be sent to people who followed each other on the service. Now users can make a change in their settings to allow anyone to message them. This option is opt-in only, so you don't have to do anything if you want to keep things the way they are.
You can purchase an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S5 from eBay for $299, which is a 50 percent savings on the device.
If last year's technology doesn't bother you, eBay has quite the deal on the Samsung Galaxy S5, but the offer is good for today only. Priced at $299, a 50 percent savings, the Galaxy S5 features a 5.1-inch 1080p display, and has already received its Lollipop update.
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