Yahoo Screen lets you stream SNL, Stewart, Colbert, the New York Times, and more

Yahoo has released Yahoo Screen, its on-demand video streaming app for Android into the Google Play store. Yahoo Screen launched on iOS in September, so it's arrival on Android feels a little overdue. Screen showcases videos from a variety of sources, including Comedy Central, The Onion, The New York Times, and Saturday Night Live, as well as Yahoo original content. You can share videos you like via Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and email.

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Hulu: Free mobile streaming coming this summer

It looks like we’ve got another reason to look forward to summer.

Hulu announced today that starting this summer, it will begin allowing mobile users to stream a selection of ad-supported TV episodes for free. Users are currently only allowed to stream content for free on a desktop computer.

Hulu also says that it’s prepping an updated version of its Hulu Plus app for iPhone. The app will launch later in the summer, and while Hulu doesn’t say what features the update might bring, the fact that it’s described as the “next generation” app suggests that it’ll be a significant upgrade.

We’ve seen several companies offer free content streaming to mobile users recently. One example is Spotify, which began allowing tablet users to stream on-demand music for free late last year. Now Hulu is extending free streaming to mobile users as well, and while we don’t yet know what the “selection” of free content will be, being able to stream some free TV shows on the go will be a nice way to kill some time during that summer road trip.

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LG G Watch reportedly to be priced at €199, coming this summer

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Earlier this month a report surfaced claiming that the LG G Watch will make its way to the United Kingdom no later than July with a price of £180. Now French Site Les Numeriques claims that LG France has confirmed that the device will arrive sometime in “summer” and will cost €199.

While this information supposedly comes from LG France, we imagine that the price point will pretty much be universal throughout most of Europe. Interestingly enough, however, €199 is actually less than the UK’s asking price — which would come to about €218.67. For now we’d take all the pricing details with a grain of salt, though if these reports are true, we’d imagine that the North American cost for the G Watch will be well under $250.

As for what the LG G Watch brings to the table? While we don’t know a lot of specifics just yet, the watch packs a 280 x 280 pixel display and is rumored to offer 512MB RAM with 4GB internal storage. At the device’s heart is the Android Wear platform, which essentially brings a Google Now experience right to our wrists.

Over the last year, we’ve seen several manufacturers push the idea of wearable devices with varying degrees of success. Right now it remains unseen whether Android Wear has what it takes to truly take wearables mainstream, though we like what we see so far.

What do you think of the LG G Watch, interested or more intrigued by the Moto 360?

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It’s now even easier to send photos and videos in Facebook Messenger

Facebook-Messenger-Android Facebook may have just splashed out an incredible sum of money on WhatsApp, but that doesn’t mean the social behemoth will begin neglecting its own messaging app. Facebook Messenger for Android today received a nice new update that makes it quicker and easier to share photos and videos with your friends. This update essentially brings

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Google’s Pokemon Map Hunt winners to receive surprise gifts for completion

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Google gave us some laughs with its Pokemon / Google Maps April Fools’ Day joke. As it turns out, those who successfully completed the “quest” and found all 151 Pokemon (including the secret Mew) are being contacted by Google to receive a small mystery gift.

The link (redacted in the above picture) leads the “Pokemaster” to a Google Drive form where you’ll have to verify that you actually completed the quest by providing the location of where you found the secret Mew.

Google will take a month or more to ship out the gift — let us know if you know what it is and if you completed the quest!

Source: Android Police

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Huawei Ascend P7 poses for leaked images ahead of official debut

The Huawei Ascend P7 is set to make its official debut at an event on May 7, but per the usual, we don’t have to wait until the announcement to get a peek at Huawei’s next flagship.

Several photos that purportedly show the Huawei Ascend P7 have been posted online. The first batch of shots depicts a white Ascend P7 in the wild, complete with a design that’s fairly similar to 2013’s Ascend P6. We can see Huawei branding on the front and rear, on-screen navigation buttons, front and rear cameras and a skinned version of Android.

The second group of images comes to us from @evleaks. It includes a trio of press renders that show black and white versions of the Ascend P7 that look similar to the unit shown in the first batch of photos.

A previous rumor suggested that the Ascend P7 will come to market with a 5-inch 1080p display, 1.8GHz quad-core processor, 13-megapixel rear and 8-megapixel front cameras, a 2500mAh battery and a sub-7mm thickness. Obviously we’ll have to withhold any final judgments on the P7 until, you know, we can actually use one, but so far it seems to be a respectable Android flagship.

Do you like the look of Huawei’s next big smartphone?


Via: PhoneArena

Sources: CnBeta, @evleaks

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Two things Android Wear needs to be successful

The buzz generated by the dawning age of wearable technology has been growing steadily louder. CES and MWC kicked off the year with a flurry of fitness trackers, smartwatches, and other wearables. You’ll be hard pressed to find a major OEM that isn’t planning to release some form of wearable technology this year, and a few already have.

Right now it’s a very messy space with multiple platforms and a palpable lack of killer apps. Enter Google on March 18 with “a project that extends Android to wearables”. The new Android Wear program is an important move and it was quickly followed up by announcements from Motorola and LG about forthcoming smartwatches, the Moto 360 and the LG G Watch.

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What is Android Wear?

As more Android Wear details emerged it became clear that this is an extension of the Android platform. Trying to cram the full-fat version of Android onto a wristwatch is never going to be efficient (although there are developers doing just that, the Omate TrueSmart and the Neptune Pine).

Android Wear strips away the complexity to create a notification based system that delivers potentially important data to your wrist and employs Google Now to enable you to use voice commands. It has to be paired with an Android smartphone or tablet for you to take full advantage because there are no standalone apps running on the wearable device itself.

The concept video shows off a range of use cases, such as someone replying to a text by dictating a message, being notified when a taxi will arrive, displaying the boarding pass QR code for a flight, asking for the latest score in a game, getting a weather warning, seeing a time estimate for the commute, getting an update on calories burned, recognizing a song, and remotely opening a garage door.

In terms of advantages over your current situation, we can reduce all of these examples down to one thing – you no longer have to take your smartphone out of your pocket. In fact your smartphone is still doing all the heavy lifting. Your Android Wear device is just an extension of it. That’s not to say it’s not a good idea, but for major success it’s going to need to do more.

Developing a killer app

If you want to look at the wearable technology scene as a race for domination, then Google’s release of the Android Wear SDK could establish an early lead. The attraction of developing for a platform that will land on multiple devices from OEMs big and small is obvious. This could lead to some real innovation and that’s one thing smartwatches and other wearables really need to attract consumers. If someone can come up with a killer app that does more than extend your smartphone functionality to your wrist then it could really help to drive sales.

It’s worth stopping to ask whether wearables are really all about features. There is another factor here that could be even more important than functionality. For someone like me, who hasn’t worn a watch for nearly two decades it would take something special to tempt me in, but smartwatches have another market to go after.

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Style over substance

According to a report from the Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry there were around 1.2 billion timepieces sold in 2013. The wristwatch industry hit a low point in 2009 and has actually been growing since then. The biggest watch group in the world, Swatch reported sales worth $9.3 billion last year with an operating profit of $2.1 billion.

The fact that more wristwatches were sold worldwide last year than smartphones shows the size of the opportunity. Obviously a good proportion of those watches will have been cheap, but 28.1 million of them came from Switzerland at an average value of $791.

People are not buying these watches primarily for their functionality; they are buying them for fashion and status. If the smartwatch market can tap into that, then sales could really take off, but are the big Android OEMs capable of producing stylish devices?

Tech and fashion

They can be uneasy bedfellows. When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Gear, fashion was clearly not the focus. The 10 year-old me would have been excited, because it looks like a spy gadget from the eighties. The biggest boost that the Android Wear program could have received came in the shape of the Moto 360, because it clearly has one eye on classic design that’s desirable to wear.


For Android Wear to succeed on a large scale it needs fashionable hardware. This isn’t necessary going to come from the existing Android OEMs, although Motorola does give hope. What’s to stop the Swatch group and other watch manufacturers from hopping onboard? They don’t need to design a platform or apps; they can just focus on bringing their wristwatch fashion know-how to bear.

Oakley are already doing this in the smart glasses space and it’s not like these fashion brands would have to do it for themselves, surely we’ll see some deals being struck. What’s to stop Tag Heuer, Rolex, Chanel, or Cartier from teaming up with an electronics manufacturer? Trendy devices running Android Wear would definitely sell, there’s a proven market there already.

Fitness trackers leading the way

There are a couple of reasons that fitness trackers are leading the wearables market.

Firstly, they offer functionality that’s useful in a better format than your smartphone. You can wear a lightweight device that’s unobtrusive enough for you to forget you’re wearing it and track all your activity. It’s also better at tracking that activity than your smartphone is because you wear it.

Secondly, the relatively basic requirements and lack of restrictions about how they are worn offer opportunities for manufacturers to come up with stylish and desirable designs that don’t look like electronics. The Misfit Shine is a good example of this.


The right mix

Elements like battery life and price point are obviously going to weigh in heavily here, but we can expect rapid improvements in both areas if the market takes off. Ultimately the success of Google’s Android Wear is not entirely in its hands, just as the success of the Android platform wasn’t.

For it to claim a strong lead and create a new market, or break into the existing wristwatch market, it requires developers to create great killer apps and manufacturers to build sexy devices that people actually want to wear.

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