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LG V400 and V700 tablets appear at FCC, likely updated G Pad models

LG V400 and V700 tablets appear at FCC, likely updated G Pad models

LG got back into the Android tablet game in 2013 with the G Pad 8.3, a generally well-received aluminum-backed slate that eventually morphed into a Google Play edition device. Now we're seeing hints of future G Pads on the way, as tablets dubbed LG-V400 and V700 have passed by the FCC.








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Canadian HTC One M8 updated with Extreme Power Saving and camera tweaks

Canadian HTC One M8 updated with Extreme Power Saving and camera tweaks

Following similar updates by some of the U.S. carriers, the first software upgrade for the HTC One M8 has started to arrive in Canada. We're seeing an update to version 1.55.631.4 on our Rogers M8, which adds the new power-saving feature alongside "camera and gallery feature enhancements."








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TalkAndroid Daily Dose for April 23, 2014

TalkAndroid Daily Dose for April 23, 2014

With hectic schedules, it can be hard to keep track of everything in your news feed. That’s why we created the TalkAndroid Daily Dose. This is where we recap the day’s hottest stories so you can get yourself up to speed in quick fashion. Happy reading!!

Guides

How to setup and use the fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S 5

How to setup and use the Galaxy S 5 fingerprint scanner to make Paypal payments

Apps

New Sony background defocus app released to the Play Store

Carriers

50GB Google Drive offer on AT&T HTC One M8 down because of glitch

Motorola Moto X price drops for Republic Wireless, Amazon does the same for the GSM model

Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5 to get update to fix camera and alarm bugs

Verizon Galaxy S 5 owners experiencing ‘Camera Failed’ issue

Picture of red Verizon HTC One M8 leaked

Google

Google ‘Stars’ being tested with Chrome, allows favoriting URLs and more

Google Maps now lets you look at old Street View collections

Phones

Picture of red Verizon HTC One M8 leaked

50GB Google Drive offer on AT&T HTC One M8 down because of glitch

Motorola Moto X price drops for Republic Wireless, Amazon does the same for the GSM model

Low-cost Google Nexus phone may use 64-bit MediaTek chip

Ladies and Gentlemen, the OnePlus One has arrived — And boy does it look gorgeous

Are you willing to smash your current phone for a chance to buy a OnePlus One?

Galaxy Note 4 display could be revealed in patent application

Verizon Galaxy S 5 owners experiencing ‘Camera Failed’ issue

Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5 to get update to fix camera and alarm bugs

Samsung Galaxy K (formerly Galaxy S 5 Zoom) shows up in more photos

Set-top boxes

Amazon, HBO reach content sharing agreement, bringing HBO GO to Fire TV

Smartwatches

LG ‘W Watch’ name surfaces before the G Watch is even released

Tablets

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 will be available in the U.S. starting May 1

Samsung SM-T2558 gets certified in China, sports a 7-inch display on a smartphone’s body

Updates

Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5 to get update to fix camera and alarm bugs

Wearables

Samsung releases ad for Gear Fit showing off fitness and social features

Miscellaneous

Motorola shipped 6.5 million devices globally in Q1


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KitKat update arriving on Galaxy Note 10.1 – 2014 Edition via OTA

KitKat update arriving on Galaxy Note 10.1 - 2014 Edition via OTA

Although it hasn't made many headlines as of late, the Galaxy Note 10.1 - 2014 Edition is ready to make a big splash by getting its update to Android 4.4 KitKat today. The device was previously running Android 4.3, so the jump in software isn't dramatic, but the 550MB update certainly brings changes. The update changelog isn't all that descriptive either, but folks who have the update installed are noticing some graphical changes, and you'll of course also have access to the latest features included in Android 4.4 by default.

Reports of updates are coming from users with the Wifi version of the tablet in the U.S., so we can't confirm beyond that, but we think more than a few Note 10.1 - 2014 Edition owners will be happy with the update news. Be sure to head into the forums and compare experiences with other members who are receiving the update once you have it on your own device.

More: Galaxy Note 10.1 - 2014 Edition forums; Thanks, John!








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