Welcome to episode 110 of the Ausdroid podcast! This week we had a bumper show with four of us joining to talk about OnePlus, smartwatches, the Galaxy S5 review and more! Hangouts decided to ding in Jason’s ears every few seconds, so if he’s less coherent than usual that’ll be why. Fortunately, that sound didn’t make it to the podcast[Read More…]
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The LG G3 is coming, and if the frequency of leaks is anything to judge, it’s coming soon. Overnight GSMArena has shown off a picture of the rear of the LG G3, showing off the now familiar rear-mounted volume and power key setup but with a new design. As you can see the phone is resting on a notepad full[Read More…]
Whether your new Samsung Galaxy S5 is looking a little naked, or you’re a fan of wireless charging and are missing the functionality on your new phone; the team at Gadgets 4 Geeks have the answer. They’ve released their range of accessories for Samsung’s latest flagship. Ranging from simple gel cases, screen protectors and desktop docks to folio cases, car[Read More…]
The ‘Ok Google’ voice activation in the Google Now launcher is an impressively responsive feature, and according to a rumour from Android Police, Google is looking to bring the feature to more Google Apps in the future. The feature would mainly be found in Nexus and Google Play Edition (GPe) devices, which is in line with the current ‘official’ availability[Read More…]
The successor to the Motorola Moto X has apparently shown up on benchmarking site GFXBench, giving us an insight into what could be announced later this ‘Summer’. Motorola announced during a Q&A session held at Mobile World Congress (MWC) that they would be releasing an update to the Moto X in Summer (Our winter here in Australia). The use of[Read More…]
UPDATE: The testing group has now reverted to invite only as enough test users have come on board. Ustwo Games recently tweeted from their account to this effect.
Monument Valley is the new and stunningly beautiful game that has rocked iOS in recent times, and for those in Android land who’ve been wanting to get on board with the action, now you can.
If you’re a Huawei fan, yes they exist, then you’ll be interested in the leak of new specs for the upcoming Ascend P6 replacement, imaginatively named the Ascend P7. Serial leaker @EvLeaks has posted a list of specs through Twitter which also advises that the design has essentially not changed from the P6. The tweet which was sent out late[Read More…]
Being a writer for Ausdroid has it’s perks, reviewing devices that you wouldn’t necessarily otherwise buy or have access to is one of them. The Asus Transformer Pad TF701 arived in my life for about 2 days now and generally speaking I’m fairly impressed, cosmetically it’s quite pleasing and has a very slick, “cool” look to it but it’s not[Read More…]
It was just last month we saw the first hints of a successor to the Galaxy Beam, and now the followup has now launched in China . The Samsung Galaxy Beam 2 includes a ‘built-in professional-level mini-projector’, which Samsung has listed as supporting only WVGA (480×800) resolution. The projector is an update from the original Galaxy Beam which supported only[Read More…]
Vic Gundrotra, the man behind many prominent Google features like Google+ as well as their developer focused event which is coming up to its 7th year – Google I/O, is leaving Google. Vic has written a heart wrenching post on Google+ titled ‘And Then’ outlining why he’s leaving Google, but he has yet to advise where he will be going[Read More…]