It might seem like something long over due but also something that might worry a few. Amazon has just acquired popular digital comics distributor Comixology to expand its dominion even further into the realm of digital comics.
HTC has already taken advantage of splitting their apps from Sense, updating BlinkFeed and Gallery for the One (M8). Already updating the apps is nice, and leaves us without waiting for carrier blessings to get some added functionality. Though slight, the updates offer some functionality we’ve been wanting since launch.
With the HTC One (M8), you get a slew of great editing features. We’ve been having a lot of fun with the newest One all week, and a lot of that surrounds the photo editing features. A few days ago we brought you details on how the UFocus worked, allowing you to alter the focal point in any photo. This time we focus on Foregrounder, which takes UFocus a step further.
T-Mobile may consider themselves groundbreaking, but their moves are easily duplicated elsewhere. Verizon proved that by matching T-Mobile’s offer of 1GB extra data for any More Everything Plan that adds a tablet. That puts quite a bit of T-Mobile’s announcement to shame, but still doesn't answer the other problem we have with connected tablets.
Google has confirmed the recent rumors, and those in the US will be able to purchase Glass without an invitation on April 15th. This purchase will fall under the current Explorer program, which is to say you'll be paying $1,500 plus any required tax. But while the invitation requirement will drop for the day, it seems there are still some limitations in terms of available spots.
Aereo has just announced their service is coming to Chromecast. Starting May 29, anyone who currently uses Aereo to watch live TV can cast it to their Chromecast via their mobile device. With the duo of Aereo and Chromecast, users can now watch live TV for roughly $8/month.
Digital Labs Paris have recently released a new Google Glass app. The app is called Timelapse Glass and just like the name would suggest, this one will allow Glass users to create timelapse videos. TheTimelapse Glass app is said to be for Glass users that want to "share a day story."
Deezer, a popular music streaming service inthe UK, has made a few interesting moves today. The service will now expand their free offerings, and offer a beta app for Mac. More notably, they’ve partnered with Samsung to deliver their Premium+ service free to new Galaxy S5 owners for six months.
Those who have been hoping to get Google Glass may soon have the opportunity. According to a recently leaked presentation slide, it looks like Google may soon allow you to purchase Glass without having any special invitation. These purchases will still fall under the Explorer Program and those looking to buy will still need the same amount of money -- $1,500.