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Early Sunday morning in Barcelona, HTC put all the rumors and leaks to rest as they announced their newest flagship, the HTC One M9. For the past few weeks we’ve received leak after leak about the device but now we have the official list of specs and features from this year’s One. Let’s dive in and take a look at what makes the M9 the One to get.
When it comes to mobile device production, Motorola has been doing wonders over the past two years. First they announced the coveted Moto X, G, and M, along with great devices like the Moto Maxx/Turbo and Nexus 6/X Turbo. Then late last year, they began reviving the original lineup with a 2nd generation version of the Moto X and G. And now, they’ve added a 2nd generation budget-friendly Moto E.
Last weekend, LG told the world of a new Android Wear watch that they were releasing soon, the LG Watch Urbane. The Urbane touts a classy, all-metal Wear device in which to rival the Moto 360. In the press release though, LG only included photos and nothing else. Now it seems they have added a video in an attempt to impress us even further.
It’s time to sing that sad song again: the one when HTC has its flagship device leaked well before its official announcement. This time we can give thanks to Twitter leaker @upleaks for the pre-release content. Somehow he/she got their hands on some HTC One M9 advertising media and graciously decided to share it with the world — or at least the Twitterverse.
HTC hasn’t had the best of luck keeping their latest flagship devices unexposed before an official announcement. Last year there was an extensive video about the M8 before release and this year we’ve seen a plethora of leaked photos. On top of this year’s leaked photos, we now have a collection of leaked wallpapers to give us a small look into the kind of visual goodies HTC’s latest flagship will feature upon release.
Today Google has added a new app to its rather immense catalog: Youtube Kids. This app is a filtered variant of their ever-popular YouTube app and only features videos that parents would find appropriate for their kids. With YouTube Kids you can hand your device over to your kids without much need to worry.
We usually don’t notice when Google has free reading material available from the Play Store, mostly only viewable media or paid apps. Yet, Google has recently done a wonderful, and brilliant thing in offering the second Hunger Games book, Catching Fire, for free on the Play Store — along with a discount on the the first and third book in the series.
Google Now is always changing, adapting, and adding new setting for users to enable, modify, and benefit from. One recent change we noted, was the addition of medical symptom information in card view, right when you ask for it. And now, we’re treated to yet another new Google Now feature: voice activated settings.
There are several way to look at social networks on Android, each network may have its own first-party apps with many more third-party ones trailing behind it. Imgur is one such network, a network that focuses on users uploading pictures, that are then used for easy viewing and sharing. The downfall to the network is its app selection on Android is pretty poor. Right Meow Apps is here to change that.