Named “Live on YouTube – by Xperia”, this newly launched app allows users to broadcast up to 15 minutes of live video over YouTube. There are settings available to share the broadcast either publicly or just to friends and family. Available worldwide … Continue reading Exclusive new app for the Z2 and Z1 allows you to broadcast live to YouTube
In today’s saturated smartphone market, there are few innovations one can make. Perhaps, the last major innovation for smartphones has to be the introduction of the iPhone – a release that shook up the whole face of mobile devices. LG claims that it has got the next revolution right at hand, and they might actually be correct. Please welcome, the LG G Flex.
When the LG G Flex was announced and went on sale in South Korea, sceptics reigned unbounded. First, they argued that a curved phone that was not flexible was useless, and with the G Flex one, it would be problematic while sliding into pockets. More prominently, though, they scorned LG’s bold claim that the G Flex’s rear panel was self-healing.
As much as Google and LG try to hide the fact that the Nexus 5 does not exist (seriously, they still have not announced it yet), the whole world already knows of its existence through a massive number of leaks … Continue reading Full HD video of Nexus 5 leaks, shows everything you want
Within two days of the iPhone 5s’s release, it has been hacked by a German team named Chaos Computer Club. But does it really compromise on your security? I would think not. Read on for more…
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is one of the four Android smartphones poised to take the world by storm this holiday season. With LG’s G2 already released, the wait is for the announcement of the LG Nexus 5 and release … Continue reading Galaxy Note 3 may lack 4K video recording for some US carriers
The battle between Google and Microsoft has been raging on for the past few months. We first spoke about the release of an official YouTube app for WP8 mad by Microsoft, bringing with it a whole host of new features, and an experience comparable with iOS and Android. Then Google demanded that the app be removed as it didn’t comply to their standards. Several months later, and it seemed that Google and Microsoft had come to an agreement, and the YouTube app was back on the store just 2 days ago, with a WP7 version as well. However, a day after the app was launched, the app basically died and stopped working. Who did it? Google. Continue reading “Google Murdered Microsoft’s YouTube app”