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Now is the perfect time to launch iWatch, because Android Wear just became 'meh'

Now is the perfect time to launch iWatch, because Android Wear just became 'meh'

By 8 September 2014

With IFA 2014 under our belts and on the eve of the big Apple reveal on 9 September, wearables are pulled sharply into focus. Rumours are pointing to Apple launching the iWatch. Long rumoured, but so far absent from the agenda. With 2014 being so heavily... >>

Android Wear adds features for runners and bikers: offline music playback and GPS support

Android Wear adds features for runners and bikers: offline music playback and GPS support

By 5 September 2014

Google has updated Android Wear, just as manufacturers have begun to launch new Android Wear watches. The update brings some much-desired features. which active people should especially enjoy. Android Wear is getting offline music playback and GPS support.... >>

Should I wait for Nexus 6 (Nexus X) or buy the Moto X now?

Should I wait for Nexus 6 (Nexus X) or buy the Moto X now?

By 5 September 2014

Motorola has announced a new flagship handset in the Moto X. It was previously an affordable well-specced smartphone, much like Google's Nexus. This time it's shot up to £430, more of a flagship offering on the spec sheet, but still offering an experience... >>

Chromebook tips and tricks: Getting the most out of your Chrome OS machine

Chromebook tips and tricks: Getting the most out of your Chrome OS machine

By 4 September 2014

Google announced in early May that it had an entirely new lineup of Intel-powered Chromebooks in the works from Lenovo, Asus, Dell, Acer, Toshiba, HP, and LG. They're all set to launch this year too, meaning there is bound to be a lot more Chrome OS users... >>

Chrome OS adds handy features: multi-user login, Settings window, and more

Chrome OS adds handy features: multi-user login, Settings window, and more

By 4 September 2014

Google has updated Chrome OS to version 37, adding a tonne of new features that'll make your Chromebook feel and look more like a full-fledged computer. The most notable new feature is support for multi-user login, meaning more than one user can now sign... >>

Google's Calico health project to open $1.5 billion research center

Google's Calico health project to open $1.5 billion research center

By 3 September 2014

Remember Calico Labs? Well it just kicked off a new effort that'll hopefully one day help fight diseases like cancer. Google gave birth to a new company/project last autumn called Calico, and it's purpose is to do moonshot thinking around healthcare and... >>

Google Indian invite hints at Android One launch a week after iPhone 6 and iOS 8

Google Indian invite hints at Android One launch a week after iPhone 6 and iOS 8

By 1 September 2014

More than two months have passed since Google announced its Android One initiative but it is now likely the smartphones created using the basic, stock Android operating system will make their debut in India in a couple of weeks. Google has sent diary... >>

Step aside, Amazon: Google has a drone-delivery program called Project Wing

Step aside, Amazon: Google has a drone-delivery program called Project Wing

By 29 August 2014

Following at least two years of rumours, Google has confirmed it is developing a drone-based delivery program called Project Wing. According to the BBC and The Atlantic, the Google X team at Google has been working on Project Wing for a couple of years.... >>

California Governor signs law mandating 'kill switch' on all smartphones sold in state

California Governor signs law mandating 'kill switch' on all smartphones sold in state

By 27 August 2014

California's Governor signed a unique bill earlier this week that requires all future smartphones sold in the state to have a default feature nicknamed "kill switch". Jerry Brown mandated Monday that every smartphone sold in California after 1 July 2015... >>

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

By 27 August 2014

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... >>