Posted by Jayce Ooi as Hardware
Amazon Fire TV joins the fight of online entertainment. Just like Apple TV, Chromecast and Roku, enjoy over 200,000 TV episodes and movies, millions of songs with Amazon Fire TV. In addition, play over a hundred games with Amazon Fire Game Controller. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 with Adreno 320 just like new Nexus 7 (2013). And with 8GB internal storage and 2GB of RAM. Amazon Fire TV will look even better when get rooted, or loaded with Google Play Store. And more customization with custom ROM. Hopefully, developers will get it done sooner…
Amazon Fire TV & Fire Game Controller
Yeah… There is a new mode in Samsung Galaxy S5 that I like – Kids Mode. Perfect for children that like to play with phone. They have their own store to download applications and games. Cute camera UI and drawing app too. Keep the fun for them and allow the safe content only too. XDA user manages to get it working on Galaxy Note 3. I believe Galaxy S4 should work too.
Galaxy S5 Kids Mode
Have you pre-order Samsung Galaxy S5 yet? Well, I have not. Unless it has the same deal like Galaxy S4 offer last year – free Galaxy Gear 2 bundle, I won’t bother to look at it. Anyway, you can always make your Android phone looks like Galaxy S5 with TouchWiz UI Launcher. Well, this is not an actual port of Galaxy S5 Launcher. So it does not contain any of TouchWiz firmware features. But just the interface of it only.
Galaxy S5 Launcher
Posted by Jayce Ooi as Software
Anyone need Microsoft Office on their Android phone or iPhone? You can enjoy it for free now (home use only, Office 365 subscription is needed for business use). Access, view and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents on the go. But limited to cloud storage like OneDrive, OneDrive for Business and SharePoint only. No local love here. You need other free office applications for that. Plenty of them out there, right?
Microsoft Office Mobile
HTC One (M8) Duo Camera is a nice feature. What does it do actually? Check out the official video demo from HTC to find out… Is it a wonderful feature or just marketing gimmick?