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Android Wear keyboard created by Microsoft lets you type on the wrist

Android Wear keyboard created by Microsoft lets you type on the wrist

By 13 October 2014

Until now interacting with Android Wear smartwatches has been done with voice commands. Seeing this isn't ideal in all situations Microsoft created a wearable keyboard for the wrist. Android Wear connects to Android smartphones and allows basic controls... >>

Hangouts Chrome is Google's new (and better) dedicated chat app for Chrome OS and Windows

Hangouts Chrome is Google's new (and better) dedicated chat app for Chrome OS and Windows

By 9 October 2014

Not to be outdone by Skype's latest overhaul, Google has reworked Hangouts for Chrome OS and Windows. The company debuted a new app on Thursday called Hangouts Chrome and described it as a "simpler, faster way to use Hangouts on your computer alongside... >>

How Google maps the world with camels, bikes, kayaks and more

How Google maps the world with camels, bikes, kayaks and more

By 9 October 2014

Google is committed to mapping the entire world. It built its special Google Street View cars to map the world one road at a time. Since then it's gone well beyond the roads. As terrain becomes more and more remote Google has had to employ the efforts... >>

Are Google's clip together screens Project Ara for TV?

Are Google's clip together screens Project Ara for TV?

By 6 October 2014

Imagine combining all the screens in your house, or with your mates' screens, to create a giant display. This is what Google is reportedly working on right now. It could be the future for Project Ara, the modular phone too. According to The Wall Street... >>

Google X is making a giant display of smaller screens that fit together like Lego

Google X is making a giant display of smaller screens that fit together like Lego

By 4 October 2014

Google has a new Google X project in the works. It's a giant display. But there's something very unique about it. According to The Wall Street Journal, Google X - the same secretive lab behind Google's self-driving cars and internet balloons - is developing... >>

Android L shown in guide video, lock screen notifications added and more

Android L shown in guide video, lock screen notifications added and more

By 3 October 2014

The latest Android L operating system has been shown off in a video featuring a Samsung Galaxy S5 running the software. It appears to be called Android Lollipop. According to the video, uploaded by SamMobile, this is an early build of Android L that manages... >>

Google's Project Ara modular smartphone will let you swap out parts, while turned on

Google's Project Ara modular smartphone will let you swap out parts, while turned on

By 30 September 2014

The first modular smartphone from Google is expected to arrive in 2015. While limited information is known about the final sale device it's just been revealed that changing parts will not only be easy but can be done at any time, even when the phone is... >>

Finally! Adobe Creative Cloud is coming to Chrome OS: Here's how to get it

Finally! Adobe Creative Cloud is coming to Chrome OS: Here's how to get it

By 29 September 2014

Chromebook owners will soon have access to a set of software services previously limited to Mac and Windows PC owners: Adobe Creative Cloud. Because Creative Cloud is like a virtualised environment, many Chromebook owners have expected they would one... >>

New celeb nude leaks suggest Apple and Google right to encrypt data but FBI doesn’t agree

New celeb nude leaks suggest Apple and Google right to encrypt data but FBI doesn’t agree

By 29 September 2014

A third batch of naked pictures of female celebrities were leaked on the internet over the weekend, including candid, private photos of model Cara Delevigne and actress Anna Kendrick. The pictures released under the tag "The Fappening 3" further reinforce... >>

Making the switch: Here's how to go from Android to iPhone 6 or 6 Plus

Making the switch: Here's how to go from Android to iPhone 6 or 6 Plus

By 19 September 2014

We're leaving Android, for iOS (or, more specifically, for the iPhone 6 Plus). We're not platform-prejudice, as we've used everything from the Nokia Lumia 1020 to the HTC One M8, but lately we've strictly been toting around an Android phone. We're also... >>


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