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One would simply assume that the first phone that the new android OS would be released on would be the Nexus 6, but as it turns out, this is not the case. LG has announced that Lollipop will be brought out for the G3 this week in Poland! There will be some changes to the system with added perks and such. One such change is that you should be able to unlock your phone by being in proximity to it with a pre-registered Bluetooth device.

SEOUL, Nov. 9, 2014 ― LG Electronics (LG) this week will begin rolling out the highly anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop upgrade for G3 smartphones starting in Poland this week, to be followed by other key markets in the near future. LG, the first global smartphone manufacturer to offer the Lollipop upgrade in 2014, will subsequently announce an upgrade schedule for other LG mobile devices.

Source: LGNewsRoom

No Simple Remake

The trend with Nintendo has not been a good one when it comes to re-releaseing popular games, mostly because of the poor ports or just buying the same game with only a bit of a bump in graphics. Well, the are looking to do something great with the release of The Legend Of Zelda Majora's Mask for the 3DS. Changing the graphics does not seem to be on their agenda, but rather to make the gameplay smoother as to provide a better yet similar experience in playing this classic, yet great title. Nintendo will be releasing soon all the changes that will be taking place for the 3DS version, so stay posted and excited!

During Nintendo's November Direct presentation last week, the company announced that the cult-favorite puzzle mystery entry in the Zelda franchise, Majora's Mask, will come to 3DS spring 2015. Yesterday, Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma explained that the project is more ambitious than you might expect, and that Nintendo has actually been working on it since it finished developing The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, back in June 2011.

Source: GameSpot

Food - Now in 3D!

We have seen a lot of innovations in the tech world in the last ten years and one of them has been the 3D printer. This has been capable of printing many items in plastic and metal, but now the revolution is moving closer to the table. Yes there are now machines being used to print up food that you can cook after printing! The machine is called Foodini by Natural Machines.

Users begin by choosing the recipe they want to print, either from the Internet-connected device's onboard touchscreen or from their own PC or mobile device. Foodini then offers instructions for the various ingredients that should be prepared and placed in its reusable capsules. Once that's done, printing can begin, and the assembled result can be available in as little as a few minutes. Then it's ready for cooking.
Source: TechNewsWorld

Stamp of Power!

When it comes to fitness monitors there are many different devices to tell us many different things. There is one main problem with these devices however, and that is generall that they are bulky and may not be very accurate. MC10 is developing s sticker that will change both of these things. It is tiny and very accurate when it reports how you are doing and what your hydration levels are and more to help you know how far to take your workout.

Now the company is working on a sticker that collects data, and more importantly, isn't confined to a specific location -- like your wrist. So, just what's the advantage to compiling the loads of info that your body generates? Well, there are quite a few really. First, there's the unobtrusiveness of wearing a Biostamp sticker rather than a bulkier gadget on your wrist or clipped elsewhere. This sensor can be worn 24 hours a day, collecting all of data that your body gives off, from how well you slept to hydration levels and more.

Source: Engadget

Awesome Video of the Day

This video has nothing much to do with tech (other than the GoPro), but it is still amazingly awesome. Enjoy!


Amazon Echo Listens to Everything You Say

Amazon has quietly released their latest piece of hardware for your home - the Echo. This is a stand-alone 'Siri' that is always on, always connected and always ready to help you with any information you're searching for - not only that, it's also a Bluetooth Speaker. This has "far-field" voice recognition - meaning that is can listen to you no matter where you are in your home. Creepy? I think so. The big bonus is that if you're a Prime member, you get spied on for $100 less than the average consumer. Good deal!

Tucked under Echo's light ring is an array of seven microphones. These sensors use beam-forming technology to hear you from any direction. With enhanced noise cancellation, Echo can hear you ask a question even while it's playing music.

Source: Amazon

Unlimited OneDrive Storage Now Rolling Out

If you were (im)patiently waiting for your "unlimited" OneDrive storage to show up, it should be rolling out now. Of course, this massive storage space is only available for those that subscribe to Microsoft's Office 365. Nothing is free, but if you were on the fence, this could be the clincher. The value of the unlimited storage is fantastic and is worth the price of the subscription alone - and you get a working Office program as well. I think it's a great idea personally, and this may just push me over the edge to subscribe to Office 365.

If you have a subscription to the Office 365 service, you should be receiving an email very soon-- if you have not already-- informing that you now have additional storage. We say additional storage because it looks like Microsoft is bumping all accounts up to 10TB at first as they rollout the additional storage.

Source: Neowin

Ridley Scott's Halo TV Show - Not So Good

According to people have seen the entire pilot for the Halo TV series (available to Xbox owners only), it's not so good and will likely only last for a season. After watching the trailer, I was a little excited, but they do make some good points about trying to make a TV-series out of a game that has a cult-like following. 1) It needs to be amazing. 2) It MUST follow the game dynamic. If you want your dreams dashed, take a look at the link below for more real opinions.

When Halo Nightfall was announced with Ridley Scott attached, instant giddiness ensued. It was going to happen this time. Someone as talented as Ridley Scott was bound to get this universe right. After watching the premiere episode, I couldn’t have been more wrong. Halo Nightfall tries to briefly introduce the audience into this world (via text) and then immediately turns into a generic sci-fi show with some of the worst CGI I’ve seen in recent years. It doesn’t feel grand or epic or ancient.

Source: TheVerge

Eee Brand Returns with $199 X205 Windows Laptop

ASUS has resurrected the Eee brand as they just launched their new EeeBook X205 Windows 8.1 laptop. This is direct competition to the $199 HP laptop that also boasts similar specs. The beatiful thing about the EeeBook is that it has Bluetooth 4.0 2GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and a microHDMI port. The downside is that the resolution of the 11-inch screen is the crappy 1366x768. I really do wish that companies would give a minimum resolution of 1600x900 at least.

As Liliputing reports, the ASUS EeeBook X205 is now on sale at Amazon in dark blue, with availability at other retailers, and in other colors, coming soon. The tablet features full Windows 8.1, and while it's not likely to offer much in the way of performance, at this price, it could well be an ideal choice for a second PC to use for occasional web browsing, or updating Facebook on the couch.

Source: Neowin

Microsoft Office for Tablet Now "Freemium"

Microsoft has been giving away their Office software for mobile for a while now and while the platforms tended to be limited to iOS and Windows RT, it looks like it will now extend to the Android world. Although the applications and service will be free, in order to get a "full experience", you'll need to be an Office 365 subscriber. You can even sign up if you want to participate in the Android test.

There are also new features in the Office apps. Dropbox support has been added throughout, in line with the recently announced partnership between Dropbox and Microsoft. Chart customization is also available in all the apps, as a premium feature. PowerPoint gets the ability to add and edit animations, and zoom support in presenter view.

Source: TheRegister (Signup for Office for Android Preview)

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