1. See Detail

  1. Google Aiming For Smartphone Dominance

    Google has been hit-and-miss when it comes to projects outside of their core business. Google+ failed, true. But at the same time Google is closing one project, another project, the Pixel 3, has proven it has what it takes to truly be called a success. While Google's Pixel line of smartphones has been popular with Android enthusiasts since its inception...
  2. Smart Tech Drying Tips!

    Congratulations! You are now carrying the new smartphone, fitness tracker, Apple Watch or whatever-fancy-new-device-you-got-for-Christmas with you every where you go. But do you know what to do when you finally get it wet? You know it's going to happen. It's practically unavoidable. We've all been there. We've forgotten to take off our Apple Watch in the rain, jumped into a...
  3. Google to sell Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for $2.9 billion

    It was back in August 2011 that Google bought Motorola’s loss-making Mobility division for over $12 billion. It seemed a tad excessive even back then, but the major justification of the acquisition happened to be Motorola’s vast patent portfolio (in the time since then, that is disputable as well). Now, it turns out that Lenovo may be ready to take Motorola Mobility off Google’s hands already, with an acquisition of $2.91 billion confirmed by Google CEO Larry Page. Read on below the break to know more.         Continue reading →
  4. Google bringing Chrome Apps to iOS and Android

    Google had announced last month that it was planning to create a framework for developers to bring their Chrome apps to mobile platforms like iOS and Android. Earlier today, Google finally got around to launching a developer preview of the toolkit they’d made for this purpose. Read on below the break to know more.       Continue reading →
  5. Google takes over Bitspin, the minds behind the best designed clock app for Android

    iOS may have a reputation for having the best designed apps across all platforms, but Android has caught up drastically in the last couple of years. One of the best examples of this would be Timely, a beautiful timekeeping app for Android that could rival the best designed apps for even iOS. It is developed by Bitspin, a startup by some computer science grads from ETH Zurich. Now, Bitspin has announced that it has been acquired by Google with immediate effect. Read on to know more about the latest Google acquisition.     Continue reading →
  6. The Apple iPad unsurprisingly ruled the US tablet market in 2013

    Apple has done a commendable job of always staying ahead of the curve when it came to tablets, with its line of iPads (& its variants). iPads are virtually synonymous with tablets now, and that’s duly reflected in the latest sales data about tablets sold in the US over the last one year, as iPads rule the roost when it comes to tablet units sold. Read on to know more about this tablet sales report from 2013.       Continue reading →
  7. Rovio’s Tiny Thief game goes free as part of Apple’s ’12 Days of Gifts’ sale

    There’s no lack of sales going on at this time unsurprisingly, and Apple’s much publicized ’12 Days of Gifts’ scheme has been one of the most keenly awaited of all the sales going on. Apple even launched a dedicated app for it, and the sale’s been on since the morning today, with Justin Timberlake’s live album from the iTunes festival in London this year being the first to kick things off. The next in line for the sale happens to be Rovio’s underappreciated Tiny Thief game, and it’s about to go free for all iOS devices tomorrow. Read on to know more about it.     Continue reading →
  8. Google releases new software updates for Google Glass

    Google has started to expand the Glass Explorer Program and simultaneously, its issuing new updates for the Glass Software at a regular pace. Though the X11( current month) software update isn't a major release, but it has added two new features- a new setup tutorial and a more user-friendly way to initiate a screencast from the Glass for its Android...
  9. Google's Nexus 5 goes on sale

    Google's latest instalment of its Nexus series of pure Android phones is up for sale. As always, the Nexus 5 runs the latest version of Android, which is KitKat.   Nexus 5 sports a bigger screen than the Nexus 4. The 5 inch 1080p display is gorgeous and had a pixel density of 445 ppi. The Corning Gorilla glass 3...
  10. Android 4.4 unveiled, coming soon to Nexus 10

    Google has officially unveiled the latest version of Android 4.4 called KitKat. The latest version features a plethora of new features and improvements over the previous version. All Android versions after 4.0 update have mostly been about under the hood improvements, and Android KitKat follows the tradition. Most of the improvements in this version are about improved memory management, security...

Items 1 to 10 of 73 total