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[Poll] OnePlus One vs Nexus 6: Which smartphone is more frustrating to get your hands on?

Not to scale, obviously… 2014 has been an exceptionally interesting year for smartphones. From a Samsung flagship’s unceremoniously downfall to a premium priced Nexus phone, there has been no shortage of drama in the world...
Filed in: Community, Off Topic

Google Launches Android Wear forum for consumers to find help

So you got yourself a fancy new Android Wear powered device and you are fumbling your way through the app and learning how to use it. It isn’t always easy to figure out all that a new device can do for you. You are sure to have some...
Filed in: Community, News
Google Play Store IAP

In-App Purchase apps will display price ranges in the Play Store starting September 30th

The in-app purchase business model is one that has taken a pretty strong hold on the mobile ecosystem. It really isn’t surprising that many developers, both large and small, are starting to use this model to deliver their apps and...
Filed in: Developers, News

Samsung Teases Galaxy Note 4 in New Video

IFA 2014 is almost here, so Samsung wanted to remind us that the Galaxy Note 4 will be showing it’s big, pretty face at the event. The video below pays a little homage to the craft that human beings has performed in history, which...
Filed in: IFA, News
Android One devices are likely to be powered by MediaTek

Android One devices are likely to be powered by MediaTek after a partnership with Google is Struck

There was much announced at the Google I/O 2014 keynote, and one of the perhaps less glamorous announcements was for Android One, a program where even emerging markets, like India, will have access to phones with Android on them for around...
Filed in: Google I/O, Hardware, News
New Roboto Font

New Roboto Font for Android L and Material Design [Download]

A lot went on this morning at the Google I/O 2014 keynote; Android Wear, Google Fit, Android L and plenty more. One of the things that might have slipped from the limelight is the fact that Matias Duarte, user experience guru at Google,...
Filed in: Google I/O, News
Google Play Services 6.1.11

Google Play Services 5.0 brings in all the goodies from Google I/O, and more [APK Download]

This morning’s keynote at Google I/O 2014 was as exciting as any in recent memory with plenty of emerging and new technology that will only strengthen Android’s foothold in the technology industry. All of these new features,...
Google IO 2014 (25)

Google I/O 2014 Keynote now available on YouTube for all that missed It

If you happened to have one of those day job things that prevented you from watching the Google I/O 2014 Keynote, then you are in luck. The entire 3 hour event this morning is now up on YouTube for your viewing pleasure. Well, 2.5 hours,...
Filed in: Google I/O, News
Google Cardboard

New App: Cardboard from Google, puts virtual reality on your Smartphone, Sort Of

At the tail end of Google I/O’s keynote this morning Sundar Pichai let loose the gadgetry that attendees would be getting. Everyone is picking up a LG G Watch or a Samsung Gear Live, which are both the new Android Wear platform smart...
Filed in: Google I/O, News
Android TV

Android TV announcement likely to be made at Google I/O, app changelog spilled the Beans

We’ve been getting subtle hints that Google has been working on something to replace the beleaguered effort that was Google TV. Known to us as Android TV, the media streaming device would no doubt build upon the tech that Google...
Filed in: Google I/O, News, Rumor
samsung q2 2014 earnings

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 rumoured to launch after IFA 2014, ready for mass Production

While the Android world’s collective gaze has turned to San Francisco for Google I/O 2014, the rumour mill continues to turn in the background. The latest rumour comes from Korea and says that Samsung is all geared up to mass produce...
Filed in: IFA, News, Phones, Rumor
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