Quick, what’s the freshest, coolest, baddest Android gadget around? The second-gen Google Nexus 7 (aka Nexus 7 2013), you say? You’re probably right.
Expect to spend less time maintaining your Nexus tablet or handset now that Google has enabled TRIM for most of their official hardware.
Google has launched a new version of the dining review and ratings website Zagat, along with new apps for both Android and iOS. Signing in is now completely free and doesn’t require a Google+ account.
Google has made all Play Store-equipped Android devices running Gingerbread or higher more secure by making the malware scanner feature a part of Google Play Services, an app that is installed automatically on all Android 2.3+ devices.
The Google Chromecast has been rooted less than a week after it was launched, and it seems the dongle runs a modified version of Google’s T.V. software, instead of Chrome OS as the company claimed.
Less than a week after Google launched the upgraded new Nexus 7, an analyst has published a report claiming that the search giant will be collaborating with LG on next year’s Nexus 7.
The initial specifications of Nexus 7 looked promising but how does it stack up against it main competitor from Apple, the iPad Mini?
You can get 7 McDonald’s Happy Meal for about 35 bucks and you’ll know exactly what you’ll be getting once you open the box. For roughly that same amount, you can also grab a Chromecast TV stick, but chances are it is unlikely that you’ll want to pry the TV stick open and see what
At Goole’s Android event yesterday, Sundar Pichai told a Wall Street Journal journalist that Samsung is working on the next Nexus 10, and it will be available “in the near future.”
On Wednesday morning, Google announced the immediate release of the Chromecast HDMI dongle, an inexpensive, lightweight media center that can stream content from multi-platform smart devices and PCs to a television set.
Along with the new Nexus 7, Google unveiled a new Android OS dubbed Jelly Bean 4.3 in the ‘breakfast with Sundar Pichai’ press event today.
The new Nexus 7 has been thoroughly detailed in a set of pictures, benchmarks, and a hands-on video, just hours before the device is set to be officially unveiled by Google.
Google and Motorola’s Moto X pups are set to enter this world soon, and the bill for adopting one of these handsets won’t burn a hole through anyone’s pocket.
The Moto X might not be the greatest thing ever to hit smartphone consumers, but it’s probably worth a gander if you’re due for an upgrade on AT&T and don’t want to spend a week’s worth of pay on a phone.
The moment Google sent out the invitation for the July 23 event, our Spidey senses began tickling. Hours later, a screenshot of an inventory confirmed that the next-generation Google Nexus 7 tablet is indeed headed our way for next week. What’s more, we also have leaked images and a video which allegedly shows off the
The next-generation Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Nexus 7 successor both have received certification in Indonesia, further confirming that both devices should launch really soon, within the next two months if our calculations are correct.
Google is refusing the copyright industry’s demands that pirate websites should be removed from its search results, saying that policing the web isn’t their policy.
Had enough of the seemingly endless rumor bonanza starring the already mythical Motorola X? Don’t want to hear about the phone until it becomes official? We know the feeling, but there’s nothing we can do for you at this time other than… bring you another couple of “leaks”.
Another day, another Google service goes down. Company now pushing for Google+ Location Reporting instead.
The Google Maps app for Android gets a better design as well as new features. The updated app should be available to users over the next few weeks.