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Qualcomm's Vuforia AR gives 3D-life to Kazooloo games, Popar puzzles, and Colar books

Qualcomm's Vuforia AR gives 3D-life to Kazooloo games, Popar puzzles, and Colar books

By 8 May 2014

Qualcomm has shown off three stand-out apps to Pocket-lint. These apps are unique because they use a new augmented-reality technology called Vuforia. Vuforia has actually been around for a couple of years. In fact, there are more than 95,000 registered... >>

Connect SDK flings content from mobiles to multiple TV platforms easily

Connect SDK flings content from mobiles to multiple TV platforms easily

By 7 May 2014

LG has announced the development of its Connect SDK. This will allow developers to add simple code to their apps so users can fling video, photos and more from their mobiles straight to TV. The potential for this platform is huge as it will allow iOS... >>

Google Maps for mobile update adds Uber integration, improved transit info and offline support, and more

Google Maps for mobile update adds Uber integration, improved transit info and offline support, and more

By 6 May 2014

Google Maps for Android and iOS has updated with a number of features including offline support for a specific area. Starting with offline support, Google said the updated Google Maps app will now let you search an area, tap a place, then select “Save... >>

Google Now for Android will alert you if a nearby store sells the product you want

Google Now for Android will alert you if a nearby store sells the product you want

By 5 May 2014

Google Now on Android devices will now give you a little nudge whenever you walk by a place that sells something you've previously inquired about online. Google Now has updated a lot recently. It can now remember where you parked your car, for instance,... >>

KitKat gaining Android ground but most still prefer the taste of Jelly Beans

KitKat gaining Android ground but most still prefer the taste of Jelly Beans

By 5 May 2014

Android 4.4 KitKat has gained market share in April, now being installed on 8.5 per cent of Android devices globally. However, it has a long way to go in the operating system domination stakes as former releases of Jelly Bean (4.1 - 4.3) are still installed... >>

May the Fourth be with you: Google Play Store launches Star Wars Day sale

May the Fourth be with you: Google Play Store launches Star Wars Day sale

By 2 May 2014

Google has begun advertising a Google Play Store sale called May The Fourth Be With You in honour of Star Wars Day. Star Wars Day is an unofficial holiday on 4 May. It celebrates the Star Wars space opera saga and franchise created by George Lucas. Fans... >>

Google Now for Android can remember where you parked your car

Google Now for Android can remember where you parked your car

By 1 May 2014

Google has updated its Search to remember where you parked your car. There's will be a new card added in Google Now which will immediately show users where their wheels are parked. Version 3.4 of the Google Search APK has been opened up by Android Police... >>

Android Silver premium mobiles likely to replace Google Nexus phones

Android Silver premium mobiles likely to replace Google Nexus phones

By 29 April 2014

The rumour mill has been at full blast when it comes to Google's plans to replace Nexus with Android Silver. The plan, apparently confirmed by sources of The Information, is to get rid of the Nexus brand and replace it with high-end Android Silver phones... >>

Which is the best smartphone? HTC One (M8) vs Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Sony Xperia Z2

Which is the best smartphone? HTC One (M8) vs Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Sony Xperia Z2

By 29 April 2014

We've written a lot about the trio of the HTC One (M8), Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2. From reviews to comparisons to detailed breakdowns of what the software changes are. But the over-riding question is which is the best? Where should the smart... >>

Popcorn Time, the free Netflix for movie and TV torrents, is coming to Android

Popcorn Time, the free Netflix for movie and TV torrents, is coming to Android

By 29 April 2014

Popcorn Time, the movie and TV streaming website that uses torrents, is coming to Android in the next few days. The legally questionable streaming site was shut down a while back but is now up and running under new management: Get-Popcorn. Not only is... >>