The LG Flex weighs in at 177g with a 6-inch (but 720p) curved OLED display, powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GB of RAM, with a 13-megapixel camera housed above the two rear control buttons, which is now a LG standard. Making things better, this device arcs from top to bottom, not side-to-side, hopefully fitting in better to the curvature of the users’ face
With Google releasing an array of the Chrome OS based laptops, it is only natural to feel overwhelmed. Here’s an awesome list of the latest releases that help you pick the best one that suits you (and your family). The list includes the Acer C720, HP 11, HP 14 and the Pixel, all of which are great in their own way. Do you already use a Chromebook or intend to buy one? Drop us a line and let us know.
Google is presently testing an interesting new service in Jakarta, Indonesia, where WiFi Passport, an Android app that includes access to a variety of WiFi hotspots, has been spotted. Google and partner MOGPlay have set up a range of hotspots which WiFi Passport users can access directly from the app, with no need for repeat passwords/log-in.
Android 4.4 KitKat is expected to be unveiled alongside the Nexus 5 and possible LTE-enabled Nexus 4. It is rumored, that the focus of KitKat isn’t focused on the smartphone experience but the TV experience.
ETNews is reporting that Google is heavily focused on the TV market and that it’s making great efforts to push further into the market with Android 4.4 KitKat.