It’s always a good day here in the community when we can get value products for less, and today’s deal revolves around one of my personal favorite accessory manufacturers, Spigen — which no one knows hows to pronounce. They have a sale going on over on Amazon where you can get cases for numerous devices around $3-6 a piece.
Yesterday during Google’s community-coined #UpdateWednesday, the tech giant not only update several apps (such as Googel+, Messenger, and Chrome Beta) but they also decided to release a few more apps under their portfolio: Chrome Dev, Project FI, and Connectivity Services. All of which you can go to the Play Store and download now.
The day has finally come, through all the leaks and teases from the community and LG, they have finally made the G4, their latest and greatest flagship, official. The G4 looks to be LG prime combatant against the S6 and all the other Android flagships out in the wild right now. Plus, LG has given the G4 a very peculiar fabric design to keep the device….unique.
LG is no stranger to the Android Wear market. With the launch of the LG G Watch and the LG G Watch R, it would appear that LG has a pretty good handle on their smartwatches. LG recently announced the LG Watch Urbane, and it is now available for purchase on the Google Store. Of all the smartwatches on the Google Store, the Watch Urbane is currently the highest in price.
Swiftkey has quietly unveiled to the world that it has created a new branch/project called Greenhouse, which will be where the company will host all of their upcoming beta projects — similar to the one they revealed today. The first project is a third-party keyboard (as if we don’t have enough of those), titled Clarity.
It seems like just yesterday Google released the recent Android 5.1 update and here we are now sitting on the images for 5.1.1 (LMY47V). Of course these images won’t all arrive at the same time, as we’re still waiting for the Nexus 9 to receive 5.1, but of course we’ll keep you updated on the progress.
It was only a matter of time right? Soon after the Nexus Player was released, Chainfire had working root on it (probably just for proof of concept), and now, thanks to developer dhacker29 (famous for keeping Motorola devices alive and functioning) we have a working custom recovery for the premier Android TV player.