Palm Updates webOS to 1.3.5
Palm today released a system software update for the Palm Pre and Pixi for Sprint. The new version of webOS significantly improves the downloading and storage of apps, supporting multiple simultaneous app downloads, downloads in the background, and control over downloads in progress. The update also removes the limit on how much memory can be used for apps. A new feature allows all apps to be updated with one step. Other updates include improved battery life, notifications in landscape mode, plus numerous bug fixes and smaller improvements. Pre ad Pixi owners with Sprint will receive the update automatically.
Google Drops Android Wear Beta for LG Watch Sport
Google today made a fresh beta build available of Android Wear. This pre-release operating system is compatible with a single device, the LG Watch Sport.
OnePlus 5 Earns Its First Software Update
OnePlus pushed a small bug-fixing update to the OnePlus 5 over the weekend. According to the change log, the improved software resolves app installation and system update failures.
Samsung Updates Icon X Headphones with New Music Features
Samsung is offering owners of its Icon X wireless earbuds a software update that improves the music listening experience. First, a new equalizer feature lets people chose from five audio presets (bass boost, soft, dynamic, clear, treble boost) to find a sound profile more suited to their preferences.
Google Makes Play Store Apps Smaller to Download
Google today said it has implemented an approach it calls file-by-file patching to cut down the size of app updates. The technique can, on average, reduce the download size by 65% when compared to the original app.
I appreciate the fact that PS doesn't report rumours.
So many times the rumours don't pan out. While I do read other sites like Engadget and BGR, I always know that the information here at PhoneScoop is confirmed.
Absolutely so do I. They did report a rid...
WebOS 1.3.5 just open the way for Doom!
Maybe the Droid is bogging down Verizon's 3G network much like the iPhone is bogging down at&t's network
Ia phone scoop on Christmas break?
Second of all, lets say I'm browsing the internet and get an email that I need to respond to and while I'm res...