Tag Archives : Google

HERE Maps for Android

HERE Maps for Android will be exclusively available to Samsung Galaxy smartphones for free

Google and Samsung have the weirdest relationship. The on-again, off-again nature of their partnership seems perilous at the best of times and this latest move from Samsung probably doesn’t bode well. Samsung has announced that Nokia‘s HERE Maps, previously announced to be...
Filed in: Applications, News
Google+ Authorship

Google gives the axe to Google Authorship

As a Google products user we often see various projects and changes start as an idea, mature to implementation, scramble to use it and then watch it die. Over the years there have been a few that we have seen, like Google Currents, now another project is falling by the way side, Google...
Filed in: News
Imoport Google+ videos

You can now import your Google+ videos to your YouTube Channel

Recently we heard that Google was working to make it possible for users to import their Google+ shared videos to their YouTube channels. The process is now officially available for those of you who want to get it started.   The whole process is pretty simple, as the little...
Filed in: News
Why a 5.9-inch Nexus 6 makes perfect sense for Google

[OP-ED] Why a 5.9-inch Nexus 6 makes perfect sense for Google

The supposed codename for the Nexus 6, “Shamu”, couldn’t been more descriptive - for a device that is rumoured to have a 5.9-inch display, it is nothing short of a ‘whale’ of a phone. Plenty of people have already sworn off the phone, saying that if it...
Filed in: Hardware, Op-Ed, Phones
Google Workshop

‘Google Workshop’ may be Google’s Moto Maker for Nexus Devices

When Motorola launched its Moto Maker site, it received a generally good reception; as it turns out, people do like customizing their devices. Other manufacturers have slowly started to roll out services that partially resemble Motorola’s effort to give their customers that little...
Filed in: Accessories, News, Phones
Google Photos

Google Photos may be spun off from Google+ as a standalone App

Google Photos is a very cool service; just the other day, I rediscovered how good it was when it prompted me to take a look at a few stories it had prepared from my holidays earlier in the year. A downside to Google Photos, that isn’t really an issue for Android users, is that it...
Filed in: Applications, News
Motorola Nexus 6

Shamu, the mysterious Motorola Nexus 6, is definitely a thing. Android Silver, not so Much

More information about a possible Motorola Nexus 6 has been slowly trickling out today. After hearing the first suggestion that such a device might exist, The Information apparently has it on good authority that Motorola is indeed working with Google for a new 5.9-inch Nexus device,...
Filed in: News, Phones, Rumor
Motorola Nexus 6

A Motorola Nexus 6 Reportedly in Our Future

A new report has come about that is suggesting Motorola will be the manufacturer of the Nexus 6. Speculation from the community pointed to LG giving another go at the the Nexus phone, but according to Android Police, Motorola and Google have a phone in the works with the codename Shamu....
Filed in: Phones
Google Play Store 4.9.13

Google Play Store 4.9.13 brings that Material Design feel to your Device [APK Download]

Ever since Google announced its new Material Design UI overhaul at Google I/O last month, we’ve been eagerly awaiting updates to each of Google’s core apps. We’ve had sneak peeks at what the change might mean for the Google Play Store, but Google UI engineer, Kirill...
Filed in: Applications, News, Software
Google and Samsung are having a spat over Wearables

At loggerheads: Google and Samsung are having a spat over Wearables

Over the last few months, we’ve heard plenty of reports that Samsung has started to comply with Google guidelines more at Google’s request. Things like TouchWiz customization and Samsung Apps have been tuned down a lot since then, so you might have been forgiven for thinking...
Filed in: Hardware, News, Smartwatch
Chromebooks could get even cheaper

Chromebooks could get even cheaper soon thanks to support for MediaTek Processors

Chromebooks are fantastic value for the type of people who just need a larger form factor device for surfing the internet at home, or in well-connected places. While some Chromebooks are a little expensive, most Chromebooks are extremely well priced around $200-300 USD. Well, that average...
Filed in: Hardware, News
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