Don’t wait too long because all of these items are free for a limited time. We’re not sure how long it will last, so make sure to add it to your account as soon as possible. Take your pick from magazines, games/apps and music. Get them all and decide later or select only the titles you are interested in.
Photo books, greeting cards, wedding invites and even kid’s storybook should be easy to create with Sprout since you can capture any object you place under the 3D camera and then use the stylus to personalize it further. Blending the physical with the digital sounds great and creative minds of the world should have plenty of uses with this fully functional PC but does it really have what it takes to deliver at a price just under $2k.
Android’s biggest update so far (Android 5.0 Lollipop) brings the beautiful new “material design” along with tons of new features to mobile devices and beyond. Besides the fluid new look, Lollipop also has lock screen notifications, better performance, notification panels, multi-user device sharing and much more. If that sounds exciting to you and you want to lear more about it, head over to the official page: http://www.android.com/versions/lollipop-5-0/
Fragmentation will still occur because OEMs and carriers (not Google) have no monetary benefit to get the upgrades to customers which is the reason why getting the latest Nexus device ensures not only the latest Android but also security and bug fixes. Here’s a list of the devices getting Lollipop:
Nexus4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7, Nexus 10: rolling out now
Moto X (Gen2), Moto G: rolling out now
Moto G 4G, Moto E
HTC One (M7) and HTC One (M8): by February
Nvidia’s Shield Tablet: November 18
LG G3: November/December
Asus ZenFone and Padfone S: 2015
Samsung S3/S4/S5, Galaxy Note 3/4: January 2015
Note: dates are not final and will be changed by the manufacturers
If you don’t have a Nexus device you can get a taste of “material design” through many of the Google apps that have been updated.