YouTube Brings 60fps Video Streams To Its Android And iOS Apps

4481461680_845dd529ca_o Over the last few months, Google’s YouTube launched both 60fps video on the desktop and — later — for live video streams. Starting today, you can also watch the service’s smooth 60fps videos in its iOS and Android apps. Read More

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Now They’ve Gone And Stuck Android Onto A Graphing Calculator

nexus2cee_CIAONytUEAAMPnl_thumb Today in our ongoing series of people putting one thing into another thing, we present Android running on a Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX, a robust graphing calculator popular with the pre-calc set. The calculator has about 100MB of storage and 64MB of RAM but has enough power to run Android 1.6 aka Donut. Obviously you’re not going to make very many calls using your graphic calculator… Read More

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Dropbox Redesigns Its Android App

Dropbox for Android 3.0 3 Dropbox today released a redesign for its Android application designed to streamline the process of sharing files and uploading folders. The new Android app, which will roll out in the next couple of days, is a redesign of the user interface that’s a little more seamless compared to its previous versions. The new app also includes a new spot for the company’s search function,… Read More

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Pebble Time Pre-Orders Kick Off At Best Buy And Pebble.com

pebble-time-daylight The Pebble Time has already been percolating out to backers of the record-breaking Kickstarter campaign, but now anyone can pre-order the wearable. In the U.S., pre-orders are routing through Best Buy, ahead of ship dates staring in early July, and in-store retail availability at the electronics giant starting in mid-July. For the rest of the world, Pebble.com is your pre-order destination,… Read More

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Devs Use Minor Updates To Resurrect iOS Apps On The Slide, Study Finds

apps-ios7 App updates are a strategic tool used by developers to revive waining interest in their software and spark downloads. That’s one of the conclusions from a study by a group of Italian academics looking at how app developers use updates to attract attention, and how effective this strategy is on Android vs iOS. Read More

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Jason Kilar’s Subscription Video Service Vessel Expands To Android

Vessel_ProductShot_Android_WallCombo Vessel’s video subscription service, headed by former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar and CTO Richard Tom, has today expanded to Android. The app is initially offered as an open beta available for download from the Google Play store. The service, which offers early access to videos from a number of creators before they hit YouTube or Vimeo, will now work on any Android device that runs version… Read More

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Adobe Brings Photoshop Mix, Brush CC, Shape CC And Color CC To Android

cc_0 Adobe launched four new Android apps today (slightly ahead of schedule). While the company has long offered iOS tools for popular apps like Photoshop, Lightroom and others, it has generally not made these services available for Android. Starting today, however, Creative Cloud subscribers can also use Photoshop Mix, Brush CC, Shape CC and Color CC on Google’s platform.
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Comscore’s Latest Says Apple Top Smartphone OEM, But Android Still Top Platform In U.S.

android-beats-ios Ahead of Apple’s WWDC event, analytics firm comScore released on Friday a new report detailing Apple’s mobile operating system iOS’s growth in the U.S. market. The reported noted that, in April, Apple ranked at the top smartphone manufacturer with a 43.1 percent market share, up from 41.3 percent in January. The next largest OEM was Samsung, with a 28.6 percent share, down… Read More

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