Battery app for Windows Phone 8 receives minor update, bugs squashed The unofficial Battery app for Windows Phone 8 received a minor update bumping the version number from 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124. This app is free and has over 17,000 reviews, with the majority of those reviews being five-stars. The Battery app allows you … Read more on WinBeta
Several Xbox Live games for Windows Phone on sale now, including Zuma's … Looking for some cool deals on a new Windows Phone 8 game? How about an Xbox Live game for Windows Phone 8? The folks over at WPCentral have put together a list of deals from Electronic Arts, which features seven popular gaming titles available at … Read more on WinBeta
Nokia's first Windows Phone 8.1 handset includes '3D Touch' features Nokia's upcoming 6-inch Lumia 1520 flagship handset hasn't been released yet, but we're already starting to hear early details on the company's Windows Phone 8.1 plans. Twitter account @evleaks revealed today that Nokia is planning two handsets for … Read more on The VergeRelated Posts:
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Samsung has first mover advantage in the smartwatch space, launching its Galaxy Gear wearable last month. However the mobile companion device only worked if you also picked up Samsung’s just released Galaxy Note 3 or Galaxy Note 10.1. Which means the vast majority of Samsung’s existing user-base are currently denied the chance to indulge their smartwatch-owning fantasies unless they also upgraded their main phone or bought a new tablet. But not for much longer.
Samsung has announced the Gear will become compatible with a swathe of its existing handsets via two updates: the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update, and a separate update due to start rolling out globally at the end of this month.
The list of devices that will add Gear compatibility is the Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, and Galaxy Note 2 (via the 4.3 update). Samsung said it will also extend Galaxy Gear compatibility to “other Galaxy devices” – specifically saying this will include the Galaxy S4 Mini, S4 Active, Mega 5.8, Mega 6.3, and Galaxy S4 Zoom – via a separate update (which suggests those devices aren’t getting Android 4.3. Or not yet, anyway).
One caveat: Android updates are a notoriously fragmented affair, with carriers acting as gatekeepers to hold back the rollout progress of each update. So it may take a considerable time for the Gear update to be successfully pushed out to all carrier combinations across all markets. “Software update schedules for each device will vary by country and carrier,” is how Samsung couches that caveat in its press release.
As well as enabling S4, S3 and Note 2 owners to buy and hook up a Gear, the v4.3 update will add easier text input, updated graphics and multimedia on the Android side, plus Samsung’s Knox security offering, Smart Switch, HomeSync and Group Play 2.5.
Once these existing device owners have successfully updated, and if they then choose to shell out $ 299 for the Gear add-on, they can expect to be able to make and answer calls on the smartwatch, and view incoming messages and notifications.
The Gear also has a 1.9MP camera attached to the wristband for taking grainy spy shots without reaching for your main cameraphone. It also has a handful of its own apps, such as a pedometer app.
Reviews of the Galaxy Gear have not been too kind, however – so if you’re buying this smartwatch, you are effectively using your own money to volunteer to be a beta tester for an alpha product.
Windows Phone 8 Update 3: Screen Rotation Lock Windows Phone Update 3 finally adds a feature that users of other mobile devices have long enjoyed: Screen rotation lock. This toggle enables you to "lock" the screen orientation in either portrait or landscape mode so that inadvertent shifts in the … Read more on Paul Thurrott’s SuperSite for Windows
Official Facebook app update for Windows Phone, changelog is MIA Last night, there was evidently no Facebook Beta update. We suppose the beta team is on vacation, taking a week off. Instead, we managed to pick up an update for the official app, bringing it to version 126.96.36.199/188.8.131.52 for Windows Phone 7.x and 8, … Read more on U.S. Pro Cycling News
Nokia Lumia 1520 Rumors: First Windows Phone-Powered Phablet? A couple of years ago, the idea of a “phablet” seemed to be quite daft. Many gadget enthusiasts were sharing the same opinion, claiming that the (original) Samsung Galaxy Note would probably be dead on arrival. The handset in question was too large to … Read more on the DiplomatIncoming search terms:
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Microsoft is having trouble updating machines to Windows RT 8.1. The company has taken the update offline, preventing people from upgrading their RT devices. In a statement published on Microsoft’s support forums, the company says it is “investigating a situation affecting a limited number of users updating their Windows RT devices to Windows RT 8.1. As a result, we have temporarily removed the Windows RT 8.1 update from the Windows Store.” Microsoft hasn’t specified what the issue is, but a number of reports suggest that a problem that has caused some machines to have their boot data damaged during the update is to blame. Affected machines are unusable until repaired using a recovery drive. There’s no word how long the update will be…
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As anyone who’s stuck Google Glass on their head knows, controlling its UI via swipes, nods and voice commands can sometimes be… awkward. Now you can do it remotely, thanks to an update to the MyGlass companion app. It uses Glass’ so-called screencast experience, which is a way of letting other users see what you’re seeing on Glass from their Android device’s screen. Now a Glass user can “touch/swipe/tap to control the Glass UI through the screencast experience,” according to the blurb on Play. You can download it from the source, but some Google+ users have said that it’s not working yet. Also, Google has helpfully pointed out that “if you don’t have Glass, then… it’ll be a waste of time.”
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Nokia’s ‘Lumia Amber’ update is rolling out to its range of Windows Phone 8 devices this week. The update, that was originally due to launch in July, includes a number of Nokia specific app additions, and Microsoft’s latest Windows Phone 8 version. Nokia is adding its Smart Camera software, that originally debuted with the Lumia 925, to its range of devices, adding the motion focus picture options.
The Lumia 920, 925, and 928 will all get Nokia’s Pro Camera app that originally debuted on the Lumia 1020 recently. The app allows owners to adjust exposure settings such as ISO and shutter speed, and includes manual focus and other in-depth shooting features. Alongside the camera apps, Nokia is also rolling out its Glance software for its…
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