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What does Android L stand for? Lollipop or liquorice?

What does Android L stand for? Lollipop or liquorice?

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Google is getting ready to unleash its latest Android L operating system, but what in the heck does the L actually stand for? Although there have been many leaks and reports and likely even a lot of misinformation about the latest sweets-themed OS name,... >>

Larry Ellison retires as Oracle's CEO, will stay on as CTO

Larry Ellison retires as Oracle's CEO, will stay on as CTO

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Oracle's chief executive officer is retiring. Lawrence J. Ellison, more commonly known as Larry Ellison, has announced he will step down as head of the company he founded in 1977. He turned 70 last month, and Oracle revealed he will now take on a new... >>

Google unveils Android One $105 smartphones in India

Google unveils Android One $105 smartphones in India

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Google has officially launched the Android One platform in India, looking to expand its reach with more affordable devices in emerging markets. Targeting India for the launch - which already has a huge smartphone user base - the phones will come from... >>

Vine and Evernote are among first Android apps for Chrome OS to land in Web Store

Vine and Evernote are among first Android apps for Chrome OS to land in Web Store

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The first Android apps for Chromebook are now available. Android apps like Duolingo, Evernote, Sight Words, and Vine have landed in the Chrome Web Store, essentially making your Chromebook more of an 'on-the-go' machine than you ever thought possible:... >>

HTC Nexus X tablet shown with 192-core Nvidia 64-bit Tegra K1 processor

HTC Nexus X tablet shown with 192-core Nvidia 64-bit Tegra K1 processor

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The new Nexus X tablet, made by HTC, has leaked showing its 64-bit Nvidia Tegra K1 innards. The tablets appeared on a CPU-Z report running the Tegra K1 Denver at 2.5GHz. The chip was previously rumoured to appear on HTC's Nexus tablet. This processor... >>

Archos shows off several Android and Windows-based devices, ahead of IFA 2014

Archos shows off several Android and Windows-based devices, ahead of IFA 2014

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Archos has once again unveiled a cluster of new products all at once, including smartphones, tablets, and connected objects. All of these new gadgets will be on display at IFA 2014 in Berlin next month. Starting off with smartphones, Archos has introduced... >>

Tesla Model S update to use iPhone Touch ID as key and remote start

Tesla Model S update to use iPhone Touch ID as key and remote start

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Tesla is reportedly going to allow iPhone owners to use their device's fingerprint recognition Touch ID sensor as a key. This will mean unlocking and even starting the electric car remotely from the phone. The Tesla Model S already has an iPhone app which... >>

This credit card sized mobile charger gives you 5 hours more talk time

This credit card sized mobile charger gives you 5 hours more talk time

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Running out of battery on your smartphone is almost inevitable these days, which is why there are so many mobile charger options. But all of them take up room making carrying them awkward, until now with the TravelCard. Start-up company, Go Design has... >>

Kid-optimised version of YouTube could be in the works

Kid-optimised version of YouTube could be in the works

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Tech companies are always looking for ways to expand their userbase. Last year was all about tackling emerging markets with low-end versions of high-end devices, while year it could be all about...children. According to report published by The Information on... >>

Ignore No More app locks a child’s phone if they refuse to pick-up parent’s call

Ignore No More app locks a child’s phone if they refuse to pick-up parent’s call

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A Texan mother and former soldier has come up with an app to stop her child ignoring her calls. And it's now available for anyone. The Ignore No More app allows parents to disable their child's phone if they're not answering calls or texts. The child... >>