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The Samsung Gear Live smartwatch is now receiving the latest Android Wear 4.4W.2 update. This comes just a few days after the LG G Watch and the Moto 360 started getting the update. It carries the same set of bells and whistles as the G Watch update, such as the ability to hide notifications on the watch face and a wide range of bug fixes. Although the 4.4W.2 update enables software support for GPS, the Gear Live lacks the necessary hardware, so customers won’t be able to reap benefits of this feature. But the update finally lets...

Sony is renowned for its powerful set of mini devices such as the Xperia Z3 Compact and the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact. And a new report from Taiwanese supply chain sources indicates that the manufacturer is looking to launch a large sized 12-inch+ tablet sometime in the first quarter of 2015. Needless to say, the device is believed to be packing a high end specs sheet to accommodate for the large display. Since it’s believed to be launching early in 2015, we’re guessing it will see an unveiling at the MWC 2015 event which...

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 hasn’t been in the market for long. And the company has already accomplished a major feat if media reports are to be believed. Samsung claims that the phablet has surpassed sales of 4.5 million units in just under a month after it was first launched in South Korea. Since then, the Galaxy Note 4 has seen gradual launch in the regions of Asia and more recently the United States. It’s safe to assume that most of the sales are coming from Asia as the handset hasn’t been available anywhere else. The...

America’s fifth largest carrier, U.S. Cellular has now started selling the LG G3 as well as the G Pad 7.0 tablet through its retail channels. The two devices complement each other really well as one is a flagship smartphone while the other is a budget priced tablet for your everyday needs. The carrier mentions that both devices will be compatible with its 4G LTE networks, which will reportedly expand to over 93% of its customers by the end of the year. Both the LG G3 and the G Pad 7.0 are sold for $99.99 with a two year contract,...

The Samsung Galaxy A7 smartphone is expected to break cover soon as we all know. We’re now getting some clarification on the hardware of this upcoming Samsung droid. If this new revelation is to be believed, the Galaxy A7 will pack a 1080p display, which is a step ahead from the 720p display that we saw on the Galaxy Alpha. It is also being said that the smartphone will pack a 64-bit chipset (ARMv8-A) clocked at 1.5 GHz, which is ideal with the recent launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop. These details were uncovered from the User...

The Sony SmartWatch 3 is now up on pre-order via Verizon Wireless. This Android Wear offering will be up for grabs later this month, but customers can reserve a unit starting today. The SmartWatch 3 will also be available through Google Play in the weeks to come. Pricing details haven’t been provided by Sony at the moment, but it should cost somewhere close to $250 considering what we’ve seen from the recent set of Android Wear smartwatches. Since the Xperia Z3v is now available through Verizon, the carrier can offer the...

LG has launched yet another variant of the G3 handset known as the G3 Screen. Apart from featuring a mammoth 5.9 inch 1080p display, the smartphone is the first from the company to come with its own NUCLUN chipset. This is an octa core SoC based on ARM’s big.LITTLE architecture with a quad core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 and 1.5 GHz Cortex-A15 processor. The smartphone supports LTE Cat-6 networks and is backward compatible with older LTE networks as well. The G3 Screen also comes with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage with a microSD card...

It’s common knowledge that the Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy Note 4 is getting the Android 5.0 update sometime in the coming months, but we didn’t quite know when. A new report now suggests that the Galaxy S5 could be getting the update as soon as December, although no specific date was provided by the source. Samsung is always known to be among the first OEMs to roll out updates to its devices, so this was always expected. We’ve already seen a video showing an early Android 5.0 build on the Galaxy S5, so it’s not really...