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Project Tango moves from ATAP group to a new home within Google

Project Tango moves from ATAP group to a new home within Google

By 16 hours ago

Project Tango is no longer an ATAP thing. It is now officially a Google thing. Google's Advanced Technology and Projects group, which used to be a division of Motorola, works on experimental hardware, including Project Tango 3D-sensing devices and Project... >>

Google Now for Android adds cards from over 40 third-party apps like Pandora and Lyft

Google Now for Android adds cards from over 40 third-party apps like Pandora and Lyft

By 19 hours ago

Google has updated its Search app with more Google Now cards, but this time they're cards from third-party apps. "Starting today, the Google app on Android can help you keep up with all the good stuff in 40 different apps at a glance—it’ll bring you... >>

Google reliance on ads could force investors to question company direction

Google reliance on ads could force investors to question company direction

By 29 January 2015

Everybody knows Google makes a lot of money on advertising, but it begs the question: has Google become too dependent on that business model? The company continually struggles to pull revenues from other sources, as evident by its fourth-quarter results... >>

Send Money in Gmail reaches UK to make sending and receiving money simpler

Send Money in Gmail reaches UK to make sending and receiving money simpler

By 29 January 2015

When Google launched Send Money in Gmail in the US, UK dwellers could have been forgiven for feeling jealous. Now the easy way to pay is coming to the UK. Yay. Send Money in Gmail does what the name suggests allowing people to sign into their Gmail account... >>

Apple: Android users love the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Apple: Android users love the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

By 27 January 2015

Tim Cook has said that Android users just "love" the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, citing that the last quarter saw the highest number of Android switchers over the last three launches. The comments made during the Q&A session of the Apple Q1 '15 earnings... >>

Android 5.0 Lollipop: When is it coming to my phone or tablet?

Android 5.0 Lollipop: When is it coming to my phone or tablet?

By 26 January 2015

Google launched Android 5.0 Lollipop in November 2014, making its debut on the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 devices. At the same time, the code is then released to manufacturers, and the process of updating existing Android devices beings. We've already published... >>

Apple HomeKit explained: What is it, and how does it work?

Apple HomeKit explained: What is it, and how does it work?

By 22 January 2015

Hot on the heels of the home automation trend, Apple has introduced a new system called HomeKit that will enable you to have wireless and electronic control of your home, household features, activities, appliances, and more. HomeKit is not yet available... >>

Chrome browser for iOS now supports OS X's Handoff feature

Chrome browser for iOS now supports OS X's Handoff feature

By 21 January 2015

Google has updated its Chrome for iOS app. While the new Material Design, with fluid motion and bold graphics, is a cool addition, the most noteworthy feature is the ability to transfer from Chrome on your mobile to a browser on OS X. Chrome for iOS now... >>

The internet space race is on: Google Loon vs Facebook drones vs SpaceX satellites

The internet space race is on: Google Loon vs Facebook drones vs SpaceX satellites

By 19 January 2015

Cabling the world to spread internet access is an expensive and time consuming process, especially when taking to the skies for wireless coverage is far easier. That's why Google, Facebook and now Elon Musk's SpaceX are all heading towards the stars to... >>

Google Glass: A brief history

Google Glass: A brief history

By 16 January 2015

Google Glass is in danger of becoming a fond yet long-forgotten memory, much like Atari or LaserDiscs. Google announced on 15 January that it would soon end sales of Google Glass as well as kill the Explorer programme, though it promised to continue working... >>


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