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You’ve already learned all about Mad Catz’s latest line of gaming peripherals — part of its new GameSmart crossplatform Bluetooth initiative — but now you can get an up-close and personal eyes-on as well. Not only do we have the gallery below, but also a lengthy hands-on video just beyond the break with Mad Catz’s own Alex “Big Boy Barry” Verrey. Beware that the gamepad-style controller and the F.R.E.Q. headphones are both prototypes, so if you see some off marks, know that they’ll likely be sorted by final production.
Official pictures of the Droid DNA by HTC.
The time has finally come. For those interested, you can now go straight into Google Play and purchase the new Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 devices. We did a fun live un-boxing of both devices right here, and you can also see a beautiful gallery of both devices here. As for pricing, nothing has changed [...]
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There's still a bug in the photosphere portion, but dmmarck, the fellow working in it, says he has some ideas and will continue to look at things for a fix.
Be sure to visit the forum thread for the full instructions, as this one needs a bit of hackery to install.
Source: Android Central forums
Numerically, going from version 3.2 of an app to 4.0 makes much more sense than starting at 1.7. But, Pandora won’t let a little thing like logic stand in its way. Today both the iOS and Android editions of the internet radio app are being updated to 4.0, regardless of the latter’s lagging version number. 4.0 brings with it a significant refresh of the UI which Pandora bills as “uniform,” though we’d call them feature equivalent instead. “Uniform” implies that the apps look exactly the same, when in fact they adhere to the to the design language of their respective platforms. In addition to a new look there’s a lot of new capabilities baked in, including quicker access to genre stations and the ability to rename stations you’ve created. There’s also a new personal music profile that offers a detailed timeline of your listening habits, which you can share with others. (You can also keep your profile private, just in case you’re embarrassed about that Quad City DJ’s station you’re always listening to.) The new social angle is highlighted with a music feed page that lets you see what your friends and people with similar tastes are listening too. Hit up Google Play and iTunes to update now, and don’t miss the gallery below and the PR after the break.
Gallery: Pandora 4.0
Pandora app gets major redesign on Android and iOS with new social features originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 29 Oct 2012 17:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
Today, Google announced the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 devices. Inside are some of today’s top-of-the-line specs and we’re more excited than ever to someday soon get our hands on them. Until that day comes though, here are the official specs and rough galleries for both of the new devices. Nexus 4 Specs: Android 4.2 [...]
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Well, the mystery is now over. Brief Mobile just posted up a massive gallery of the Samsung Nexus 10, along with screenshots from the software its running, which as expected, is Android 4.2. It’s definitely the device that we saw posted up in a user manual yesterday, sports a super high-resolution display, front speakers, front [...]
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ASUS has already sent out the invites for their October 16th event where they're expected to fully announce Padfone 2 in addition to the purported specs having already been leaked. Now, for those of you who simply couldn't wait to see the Padfone successor, we're now getting a look at the total package through some leaked images and an early video.
Keeping in line with the original Padfone experience, the handset is separate from the tablet and on it's own actually looks pretty nice. Needless to say, our main question of pricing of the tablet companion devices remains unanswered but at least now, we know what it should end up looking like. You can jump below to check out the video and gallery of images.
We've been spending the past few days getting to know the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, and we'll be publishing our full review soon. In the meantime, we've got a selection of photos and video from the phone's impressive 8-megapixel camera. Like the Galaxy S3, the Note 2 packs a rear camera with a BSI (backside illuminated) sensor and f/2.6 aperture. The camera software also shares many of the characteristics of the S3's, including rapid-capture capabilities and a HDR shooting mode. And it packs some impressive macro shooting capabilities, as you'll see in our samples after the break.
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Here's a slightly ridiculously large gallery of images of the HTC One VX, announced for AT&T:
Want to see more of the new Intel-powered Motorola RAZR i? You're in luck — we've got wealth of hands-on photos waiting for you after the break.
And then there's the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, which finally is slated to get its upgrade to Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. 'Bout time, too.
You want a changelog? We got a change log, which reads thusly:
- Applied Android Ice Cream (ICS) OS upgrade to 4.0.4.
- Pinch to Zoom functionality has been added in homescreen and main menu screen.
- Google Plus has been integrated.
- Google Text-To-Speech Engine has been integrated in the upgrade.
- In Email search menu, search criteria by date, sender & title.
- In Email Composer, ‘undo’ and ‘redo’ options have been added.
- A quick response message may be quickly inserted into the body while composing a message.
- Initiate a ‘New Meeting Invitation’ for Exchange accounts.
- Redesigned Gallery app with photo editor includes:
- More ways to sort albums by time, location, people and tags.
- Photo studio that allows users to crop and rotate pictures, set levels and remove red eyes.
- Improved Picture Gallery widget lets users look at pictures directly on their home screen.
- Rich and versatile camera capabilities including:
- Android 4.0 Zero shutter lag exposure.
- Continuous focus
- Built-in face detection to locate faces in the frame and automatically set focus
- Stabilized image zoom.
- Single-motion panorama.
- Apps can now set custom metering regions in a camera preview.
- Wi-Fi Direct support by Android platform.
- Android 4.0 introduces built-in support for connecting to Bluetooth Health Device Profile (HDP) devices. With support from third-party apps, users can connect to wireless medical devices and sensors in hospitals, fitness centers, homes and elsewhere.
So, there's that. Look for it on a tablet near you.
Source: Verizon (PDF); thanks to everyone who sent this in!
A gallery of hands-on pictures with the Motorola Droid RAZR M.
Amazon’s US office has just gone Kindle mad, announcing new e-readers, an update of the first Kindle Fire tablet and this – the Kindle Fire HD. It’s a powerful model that’ll arrive in two screen sizes, 7″ and 8.9″, with the high-spec 8.9″ model coming with an impressive 1920×1200 resolution display and a powerful TI OMAP 4470 chipset.
We’re still waiting for Amazon UK to say anything about a release of the new Kindle tablets over here, though, so in the mean time here’s some official imagery of the Kindle Fire HD 8.9 to get excited about:
Just don’t get too excited, as we might not see it here at all.
And that last one is the Kindle Fire HD 7. Same only a bit smaller. Hard to tell the difference without something beside it for context.
Here's the first round of images of the new Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9. We're getting our hands on one as we speak, so stick around for more.