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by kekelin2239

a cloud camera app taking photos without local storage
We are the developer of Airtake. Airtake is a cloud camera that takes photos without using device storage. Your high-quality photos will be uploaded to the cloud via Wi-Fi automatically, so no data will be charged. For your browsing convenience, only small thumbnails will be retained in your phone (You can also choose not to keep any photos in your local album). The original ones can be downloaded at any moment.
Airtake is available on Google Play:...
Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4)

by nia

Cloud Gaming 2
Is "virtual reality gaming" the next version of cloud gaming.
Toshiba biblio Leaf SP02

by ninuzzo

Is it possible to buy this outside Japan?
If yes, where? I want it, because it is the only ebook reader with an integrated solar cell. Just like an ordinary paper book, you do not need the mains.

by techmahe

LG G-3 Launched in India but all when will we get in marker?
G 3 Beat 'has been launched in the Indian market. LG G-3 will beat the price was fixed at Rs 25 thousand. An on line shopping sites a week ago, had started taking pre-order for it. LG G-3 beets in July this year was announced. Its design is largely the same as the LG G-3.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra

by DanCooper

How would you change Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra?
When Brad Molen described Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra as “the best phone you’ll probably never buy,” it was probably true of most Sony smartphones. The 6.44-inch device had a beautiful design, good build quality, had a fast engine and could withstand water, much like every other Sony smartphone you see. The downside to that, of course, is that it’s a Sony, and that seems to have been enough for buyers to... Read more →

by dave

Google Play Music now holds up to 50,000 songs!

Hah, this is pretty awesome! I have about 26,000 music files, so services like Amazon, iTunes Match, and Google Play were able to hold most of my collection, but not all of it. I'm going to look forward to having my entire collection backed up and accessible in the cloud.

Are you going to be taking advantage of this?

More info: http://www.engadget.com/2015/02/25/google-play-mus...

by DonGateley

Can't log in to comment
I can no longer log in with my Engadget credentials to make a comment on an article. It seems I must use a "social" account. Why?
Samsung Galaxy S5

by dave

Thinner phones or better battery life?
Apple, Samsung, Oppo and others have gone back and forth trying to claim the "World's Thinnest Phone" crown. It seems like every manufacturer has been on a relentless march making our mobile devices ever thinner.
Interestingly, thanks to technological advances in chips, battery life has remained fairly stable despite the shrinking phones (roughly 10 - 14 hours of heavy use, a few days on standby).
It definitely seems like some phones are getting too thin, and it's... Read more →