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Skype update for iOS brings two-way HD video chat to newer Apple devices

Did you get a new iPad or iPhone this holiday? If so, Skype has a treat in store for you — it just updated its iPad and iPhone apps to support two-way HD video chat on all A7-equipped devices. Not that Skype is leaving older hardware without an …

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Motorola phones updating to Android 4.4. KitKat include Moto X, newer Droids

Now that Google’s latest mobile OS is officially rolling out, the folks over at Motorola are letting end users know which phones will see Android 4.4 KitKat, and which ones won’t. As AndroidCentral points out, digging through the upgrade tool reveals pretty much what you’d expect: all Moto X …

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B&O Play H3 and H6 bring Bang & Olufsen’s newer badge to headphones

Bang & Olufsen H3 and H6 bring the B&O Play badge to inear and overear headphones

Bang & Olufsen already offers headphones, and it has the B&O Play line to serve a mobile-oriented world. Wouldn’t it be nice if the two categories mixed? As of today, they do. The B&O Play H3 in-ears and H6 over-ears apply that Danish love of aluminum and leather to the kind of headphones you’d want to pack with your MP3 player or smartphone. The H3 carries 10.8mm drivers, a mini bass port and a 20Hz to 16kHz range in a unibody shape that should hold up to exercise; the slightly more stationary H6 over-ears sport 40mm drivers and a wider 20Hz to 22kHz range. Both have primarily iOS-oriented in-line mics and remotes, although the H6 alone has Monster-sourced daisy chaining support to share tunes with others. Don’t expect a significant break in B&O’s premium pricing just because they’re B&O Play-branded headsets, however. The H3 and H6 will respectively cost €249 and €399 when they hit some retail stores in May, and US pricing isn’t likely to be much cheaper.

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Sony NSZ-GS7 update brings Google TV’s newer voice search and YouTube perks

Sony NSZGS7 update brings Google TV's newer voice search and YouTube perks

Somebody must have declared it Google TV Update Week without informing us: simply days after a Vizio Co-Star upgrade, Sony’s NSZ-GS7 Internet Player is getting its very own tune-up. The Sony update parallels its Vizio counterpart in focusing primarily on the features from the fall 2012 Google TELEVISION spruce up, consisting of PrimeTime and the updated YouTube app. Viewers wanting for Amazon VOD gain access to can likewise get its app through Google Play. Sony mostly declares an edge over Vizio with its support for the equally brand-new voice search function: owners simply have to chat with Sony’s remote to obtain things done, rather of banking on phone or tablet control. Nonetheless GS7 owners plan to guide their TVs, they’ll simply have to inspect for a software update in the days ahead to rejuvenate their set-top boxes.

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Motorola’s latest ITC complaint against Apple targets newer iOS devices and Macs, messaging and sync

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Motorola filed its most recent ITC complaint against Apple so late into last week that the court system could not instantly provide even more details; we’re only simply seeing documents now that the weekend is over. As it stands, the instance includes seven patents that mainly touch on staple technologies of the contemporary mobile world, such as syncing messages between gadgets and bookmarking media playback on one gadget to resume on one more. Does that last technique noise familiar? You could remember it being a foundation of the film and podcast support that Apple has actually carried out because 2005. Despite reaching that far back into history, Motorola is merely as excited to modernize the targeted hardware list to keep its grievances appropriate– the existing iPad, the iPhone 4S and other tools are at risk of a trade ban, posing more of a risk to Apple’s bottom line than the dust-covered (and near-finished) initial legal obstacle from October 2010. Prior to concerning any conclusions, however, bear in mind that the newer grievance isn’t really most likely to have any type of quick resolution of its very own. Past ITC cases have usually taken a year and a half to finish, which might leave most or all of today’s modern technology as another remote memory.

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complaint against Apple targets newer iOS tools and Macintoshes, messaging and sync originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 20 Aug 2012 22:04:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink|Groklaw|E-mail this|Opinions

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How do I update my android phone to a newer version of android?

Question by Talala Cupcakes: How do I update my android phone to a newer version of android?
I have a Motorola Cliq running Android 1.5 and I want to update to 2.1. How the hell do I do it?!

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There should be an UPGRADE OPTION in the settings menu, if not you’ll have to connect it to your computer and do it from the Android site.

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Personal Audio sues Apple again, targets iPhone 4, iPad 2 and newer iPods

Thought the Personal Audio / Apple brouhaha was over? Think again, because everyone’s favorite patent licensing company is back, hitting Cupertino with another suit. You’ll recall an earlier ruling by a federal jury in Eastern Texas found the CE maker guilty of infringing upon PA’s playlist-related IP with an assortment of older iPods. This new filing alleges that newer Apple devices, like the iPhone 4, iPad 2 and modern day iPods — which weren’t part of the original 2009 case — also violate that same IP, in a move we’d surmise serves to pad Personal Audio’s coffers. Not like Apple’s apt to feel the pinch should Personal Audio snag another victory, but hey….

Personal Audio sues Apple again, targets iPhone 4, iPad 2 and newer iPods originally appeared on Engadget on Sun, 24 Jul 2011 01:36:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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HTC Sense 3.0 will only support Sensation, EVO 3D, Flyer and newer devices, older hardware left behind

Unfortunate news for anyone who saw HTC’s Sense 3.0 UI and started dreaming about seeing it on their Desire HD, Incredible S or any other handset that doesn’t ship with it preloaded. HTC has said that because of the hardware requirements of the fancier new Android skin, only the dual-core Sensation 4G and EVO 3D smartphones and the 1.5GHz Flyer tablet will be benefiting from it for now. The company’s expected to introduce more tablets in the summer and its inevitable march forward with smartphones will continue, but Sense 3.0 — and those delectable multifunctional lock screens — will remain the exclusive privilege of its highest-end devices.

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HTC Sense 3.0 will only support Sensation, EVO 3D, Flyer and newer devices, older hardware left behind originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 14 Apr 2011 07:43:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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