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May

Apple Begins Shipping Gold Edition Watches to Early Pre-Order Customers


Starting on Monday of this week, Apple began preparing to ship out the first batch of gold Apple Watch Editions to customers who pre-ordered in April. MacRumors readers have begun seeing credit card charges for the devices and have received shipping notifications and courier information from Apple. Some of the first Apple Watch Edition orders will begin arriving tomorrow.

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The Apple Watch Edition is available in yellow gold or rose gold and is priced between $10,000 and $17,000. Given its high price tag, the Apple Watch Edition delivery process is somewhat different than the delivery process of Apple’s less expensive watches, with customers receiving emails asking them to set up a delivery time.

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iFixit’s Kyle Wiens ordered a 38mm Apple Watch Edition with a Black Sport Band and shared his tracking information and courier emails with MacRumors. His order was initially placed on April 10 and shipped out on Thursday, May 21. His delivery date was originally set for Sunday, May 24, but was moved up to Saturday, May 23.

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Wiens tells MacRumors that while he initially ordered the Apple Watch Edition to do one of iFixit’s traditional teardowns, he had second thoughts and ultimately decided iFixit couldn’t afford to do the teardown. Wiens will be returning the Apple Watch Edition to Apple, but if an iFixit enthusiast has an Apple Watch Edition they wouldn’t mind loaning out, he can do a non-destructive metallurgical analysis on the device.

Thus far the Apple Watch Edition has only been available in small quantities in some of the luxury fashion boutiques that have featured the Apple Watch, and it’s also been seen on the wrist of several celebrities and designers including Katy Perry, Beyonce, Jay Z, Karl Lagerfeld, Pharell Williams, and more. With shipments going out over the next few weeks, we may be seeing more Apple Watch Edition models in the wild.




22
May

Smartphone philosophy: Has Motorola had it right all along?


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In 2013 Motorola began down a very different path from its rivals with the original Moto X, forgoing the spec race in favor of focusing on user experience first and foremost. That meant clean, non-bloated software that had a few meaningful additions but ultimately kept a near-stock look and feel. It also meant more customization options so people could have their phones better express their own style.

A few months later, Motorola switched things up again, this time aiming to reinvent the budget space with the debut of the Moto G. Up until that point, most handsets in the affordable (sub-$250) realm were cheap garbage that made major concessions on hardware, design, software, and more. The Moto G showed you could still provide an excellent Android experience with reasonably solid specs and yet offer a price tag that wouldn’t break the bank for most consumers.

Motorola’s current line-up

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While the Moto X’s sales were somewhat modest during these early days, the Moto G resonated with people and went on to be Motorola’s most successful smartphone to date. Motorola’s bold new vision of user experience over specs continued into 2014, with the Moto E, Moto G (2014), and Moto X (2014). All three of these handsets exemplified the company’s new philosophy, providing user experiences that went beyond just the spec sheet. All three phones were also aggressively priced for their prospective market segments, though more so for the former two devices than the latter.

And now it’s 2015. Motorola is no longer a Google company, and while the Moto E, G, and X lines have their fans, the brand still isn’t necessarily swimming in money, though Motorola continues to work on increasing its mindshare across the globe. Regardless, Motorola’s vision forward has served them well and we imagine they’ll continue down a similar path. One thing that will be different in 2015? More companies are seemingly adopting a”user experience first” approach, both in the flagship and mid-range sector.

2015’s flagships seem to show Motorola has had it right all along

The G4 and S6 feature better optimized software, more design choices (leather, edge, etc)

The G4 and S6 feature better-optimized software, more design choices (leather, edge, etc)

While 2013 saw Motorola as practically the lone force in the Android world when it came to the “user experience first” approach, things slowly started to shift in 2014.

In 2014 we saw devices like the original ZenFone series and several other devices that showed OEMs were starting to understand people expected excellent user experiences and reasonable specs even at the budget end of the market. In the flagship arena, however, Motorola still remained the main voice for those who wanted a solid flagship that favored user experience, a bloat-free easy software experience, and customization over added features, gimmicks, and impressive spec sheets. For what it’s worth, the OnePlus One also took a similar approach with its flagship last year, though limited availability and some customer service issues still held it back to some degree.

It is now 2015, and it seems that OEMs are finally starting to get it: user experience is king. The two biggest examples of how OEMs are starting to get it can be seen in LG and Samsung.

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For Samsung, the Galaxy S6 was an opportunity to re-invent themselves, giving users a more premium flagship and also providing the option of both curved and standard screen models, with aesthetics being the biggest differentiators between the two. Even more important than the design, Samsung worked hard to optimize its software, surprising much of the world by ditching many of its own apps and services to provide the cleanest version of TouchWiz to date. On the downside, it is worth mentioning that Samsung arguably took a step backward by ditching microSD and its removable battery slot — though solid sales show this isn’t a point of contention for everyone.

LG and Samsung 2015 flagships exude many of the same traits that Motorola first attempted popularize with the Moto X

Turning to the LG G4, you’ll find leather and plastic covers in multiple colors make it easier for customers to choose the LG G4 that best represents their style. You’ll also find that LG chose the more modest Snapdragon 808 over the 810, and worked with Qualcomm to optimize this experience so it actually performs smoother than the 810-powered LG G Flex 2. The LG G4 might still have much of the same bloat and added features as before, but user experience has evolved drastically, even if the spec sheet didn’t take a dramatic leap forward. It’s also worth mentioning that while Samsung ditched microSD and battery, LG offered both of these on its G4.

One last shared aspect where both manufacturers improved the user experience was the camera, with both improving the software and hardware to ensure an optimal photo and video taking experience. Curiously enough, that’s one area in user experience where Motorola has been less impressive.

Bottom-line, LG and Samsung 2015 flagships exude many of the same traits that Motorola first attempted popularize with the Moto X, and it is easy to see that they are starting to adopt a “user experience first” philosophy. The seeds of change are here and we suspect it means that Motorola will really have to up its game in this segment. Thankfully, one area where Motorola continues to have an edge is pricing.

It’s not just the flagships, though

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This change in philosophy doesn’t just apply to flagship devices, and can be seen in the mid-range market as well. While there are tons of growing Chinese manufacturers that have been nipping at the Moto E and Moto G’s price/value position for years, many of these devices have either had limited marketing or limited reach. For example, Xiaomi is doing wonderfully in Asia, but has no presence in North America at all (outside of a few accessories). That’s what makes the Asus ZenFone 2 and Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 so very important; they aren’t just impressive, they are being pushed globally.

Right now you can pick up the base ZenFone 2 for just $200 on Amazon, or an even more exciting yet still aggressively priced model with 4GB RAM for just $300. The Idol 3, on the other hand, is just $250 and offers functionality that falls right in between the ZenFone 2 variants. Pricing on these phones are certainly one way that they stand out, but it’s not just that.

The Idol 3 has been praised by our own Josh Vegera in his full review for its attractive design, high-quality front facing speakers that practically rival the speakers found on flagship HTC phones, a gorgeous 1080p display, reliable performance, and a solid camera that is almost on the level you’d expect from a flagship.

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Lanh had equally nice things to say about the ZenFone 2 in his review, where he equates the mid-range device’s overall user experience to what you’d find on a flagship, particularly noting its bright and vivid screen, excellent build quality, and aggressive price tag.

The Moto E, on the other hand, is still a very nice sub-$150 price tag and specs that are decent for the money, but for just $50 more, the ZenFone 2 arguably offers a much more appealing experience. Of course, it’s the currently unannounced Moto G (2015) that will more directly compete with the ZenFone 2 and Idol 3 in terms of price tag, but it remains seen if Motorola can one up either of these devices when it comes to performance, value, or user experience or specs.

Best entry and mid-rangers

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So is everyone copying Motorola, or was this just a natural progression?

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If you look hard at where the market is going, it’s easy to see that Motorola was the first to embrace the move towards”user experience first”, as well as the move towards aggressively priced budget devices that still provide a massive punch. But really, this was probably an inevitable shift, and not a case of OEMs following Motorola’s lead.

As the high-end market nearly reaches saturation, it’s only natural that more OEMs focus on the low-end. Additionally, as technology advances, we are finding that adding that extra two cores or extra gig of RAM is having less impact on day to day experience than it did in the days of single and dual-core devices. It also means that pricing for components is driving further down, allowing OEMs to pack quad-core (or even higher) processors into entry-level devices that would have been considered flagship performers only a year or two earlier. All of these combine factors have lead OEMs towards a new direction and ultimately it is the consumer that wins from all of this.

This was probably an inevitable shift, and not a case of OEMs following Motorola’s lead.

But the big question is where Motorola will go next. We speculated on this a bit earlier this month in an article asking what our readers would like to see from the Moto X 2015, but to recap, Motorola will likely continue down the path it has been for its flagship, while hopefully tackling current weaknesses like its camera. We also imagine Motorola could further increase the level of customization that the Moto Maker offers, and could even push price tags down further.

As for the Moto G and Moto E lines? With a big giant like Lenovo behind Motorola these days, we imagine the visions for these products will remain largely the same as well, though here’s hoping price will continue to drop, specs will continue to push the limits, and perhaps some more of the Moto X’s customizable nature will bleed over to these lines.

What do you think, will Motorola find 2015 to be a harder year now that more manufacturers are seemingly taking a similar approach to it when it comes to smartphone philosophy?

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What do you think of the “user experience first” philosophy, and do you agree that 2015 is the year that more OEMs seem to be getting on this train?

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22
May

Best Buy is offering an $100 gift card for those that pre-order the LG G4


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The LG G4 is almost here and so Best Buy has now opened up pre-orders, throwing in an $100 gift card as a perk for those who order.

Best Buy is offering pre-orders for the LG G4 units from AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon with pricing at $199 on contract through Verizon and Sprint. You can also gra the phones outright for $609 through Verizon, or $649 from Sprint. Interestingly enough, AT&T isn’t offering the phone on contract, with off-contract pricing at $669 or $21.00 a month for 30 months through AT&T Next (or $22.34 monthly for the leather variant).

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Best Buy also listed release information initially, those these details have since been taken down. If Best Buy is accurate, the Verizon model will land on June 4th and the AT&T model will arrive on June 12th. Best Buy also mentioned June 5th for Sprint, but the Now Network has already formally confirmed this date.

To pre-order the LG G4, or to learn more about the gift card promo, you’ll want to head on over to Best Buy’s website. For those looking to learn more about the LG G4, also be sure to check out our full review, as well as “LG G4 impressions: 10 days later”. 



22
May

Mapping project catalogs Instagram sunrises from around the world


Have you noticed the wealth of sunrise and sunset photos on Instagram? Michelle Chandra certainly has, and her project offers a look at the sun’s activity around the world in real time. “All Our Suns” gathers snapshots upload with either the #sunrise or #sunset hashtag, using the posts to populate a set of data-driven maps. Two of the crowdsourced cartography pieces catalog every image that’s uploaded during the course of a 24-hour period — one for sunrises and one for sunsets based on a user’s location. What’s more, you can click on a location marker to view the photo. A third map notes times when two people are posting at the same time, with one updating the beginning and the other observing the end of a day. The whole thing is a study on how our lives literally revolve around the sun and how social networks illustrate time as a never-ending loop.

The maps are part of “All Our Yesterdays:” a larger examination of Instagram’s role in connecting people around the world become and how photographs provide an avenue for that interaction. “Instagram users who chase the sun with their cameras testify to the sun’s ceaseless grip on our lives,” Chandra writes. “Since antiquity we have followed the path of the sun, the moon, and the stars to track the passing of time.”

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22
May

Hot Pockets imagines its greasy place in the VR gaming future


Hot Pockets are the official food of those who have declared: “I’ve given up caring about my health and I just want radiated bread, cheese and ‘meat.’” But you can’t deny how easy it is to pop one in the microwave when you’re just the right amount of hungry, desperate and need something you can consume with one hand. Now the company is marketing Hot Pocket Snack Bites for those moments when you need to keep both hands free for important tasks like gaming while wearing a VR headset. The commercial doesn’t remind future gamers that it’ll probably be a good idea to take the face computer off before eating. Hot Pockets might not be the best food (or even “food”), but at least its better than accidentally putting whatever is lying on your coffee table in your mouth.

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22
May

Hot Pockets imagines its greasy place in the VR gaming future


Hot Pockets are the official food of those who have declared: “I’ve given up caring about my health and I just want radiated bread, cheese and ‘meat.’” But you can’t deny how easy it is to pop one in the microwave when you’re just the right amount of hungry, desperate and need something you can consume with one hand. Now the company is marketing Hot Pocket Snack Bites for those moments when you need to keep both hands free for important tasks like gaming while wearing a VR headset. The commercial doesn’t remind future gamers that it’ll probably be a good idea to take the face computer off before eating. Hot Pockets might not be the best food (or even “food”), but at least its better than accidentally putting whatever is lying on your coffee table in your mouth.

Filed under: Misc, Gaming, Wearables

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22
May

Iron Man Galaxy S6 Edge to launch next week






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Samsung is doing their part to keep the Iron Man edition of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge in front of people. The Marvel themed red and gold variant of the device made another appearance on Samsung Mobile Korea’s Facebook page with a simple “coming next week” attached to it. It appears that there is an Iron Man helmet logo on the back of the device too. Something I didn’t know they would be incorporating as it wasn’t present on the first round of images that placed a Marvel logo on the back.

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This does still leave a lot of questions though, like where will it be available. We can assume Korea wills see the device, but will the U.S.? If we do see it over here will it be a carrier exclusive, like Verizon, or will it only be available directly from Samsung? I guess we will have to wait another week and see what they smartphone giant has to say when they officially release the Avengers partnered device.

Source: Samsung Facebook Via Droid-Life

 

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22
May

New SFW ‘Playboy NOW’ application brings the news to your smartphone


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In an effort to create “the greatest site the Internet has ever seen”, Playboy has just released a Safe For Work news app to the Google Play Store. The app is called Playboy NOW, and it’s chock-full of Buzzfeed-style listicles, image galleries and videos. Remember, it’s SFW, so we’re not talking about those types of image galleries.

Playboy has been focusing on delivering lifestyle and entertainment-centric content to its visitors over the past few years, and the Playboy NOW app fulfills that goal as well. It’s basically a mobile-friendly version of the main website, which is apparently something many users have been asking for. Phillip Morelock, Playboy Senior Vice President and Chief Product Officer, told USA Today:

We have a very engaged audience on mobile and about three-fourths comes after 4 p.m. So we are building this optimized experience for these guys who are coming back every day and there are millions of them.

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The application is completely Safe For Work, and surprisingly features no nudity whatsoever. If you’re interested, you can download Playboy NOW from the Google Play Store for free.

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22
May

Gartner: Worldwide Chromebook sales to reach 7.3 million units in 2015


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Manufacturers have been releasing a slew of new Chromebooks throughout these past few months, and it looks like it’s paying off. According to technology research firm Gartner, a total of 5.728 million Chromebooks were shipped in the year 2014, with 4.820 million units being sold in North America. 72% of those units were sold to the education market alone. In fact, at the rate Chromebooks are currently selling, the report states that worldwide sales are on track to reach 7.3 million units by the end of 2015, which would be a 27% increase year over year.

In terms of specific OEMs, Acer surpassed Samsung to become the number one worldwide Chromebook vendor in 2014, selling more than 2 million units. Samsung took the second place badge with 1.7 million units, and HP came in third with 1 million units.

Although the consumer and education segments may have held strong numbers for 2014, Google has been struggling to gain a foothold in the business sector. From Gartner:

In the business segment, purchases of Chromebooks remain low despite interest from small and midsize businesses (SMBs) and vertical industries. Google is increasingly targeting the business segment with its Chromebook for Work suite of office applications and has continuously improved access and functions by making more applications and services available offline.

Though it’s still a way off, the report also states that worldwide Chromebook sales could reach up to 7.953 million units in 2016. Do you own a Chromebook? If so, would you recommend one to a friend or family member?



22
May

Microsoft’s Hyperlapse app gains support for the Moto X, Galaxy S4, Moto G and more


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Released as a beta into the Play Store last week, Microsoft’s new Hyperlapse application allows users to create beautiful time-lapse videos on Android with ease. The app was only originally compatible with a few Samsung devices, the Nexus 5, 6 and 9, the Sony Xperia Z3 and the HTC One M8 and M9. An update was pushed out just four days later, adding support for the OnePlus One, Droid Turbo, Galaxy Note Edge, and a few other devices. To continue the trend of timely updates, Microsoft has just sent out another update, adding support for five more Android devices.

Here are the new devices supported by the app:

  • Moto X (1st Gen.)
  • Moto G (1st Gen.)
  • Moto G (2nd Gen.)
  • Samsung Galaxy S4
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4

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The application is still in beta, so if you’d like to try it, you’ll need to jump through a few hoops to get the download. First, you’ll need to join the Microsoft Hyperlapse Mobile for Android preview Google+ community. After that, check out this site to become a tester. Then you can head to the Google Play Store to download the application. As always, it might take a few minutes for the Play Store link to show up for you, so you might need to be patient!

Have you tried the app yet? How are you liking it?



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