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Android Wear: The watches from Motorola, LG and more

Android Wear: The watches from Motorola, LG and more

By 24 June 2014

Android Wear is Google's way onto your wrist through smartwatches from the likes of LG, Motorola and Samsung. Expect plenty more details to arrive at Google I/O, but heres' what we know now. Read: What is Google Android Wear and why should you care?... >>

Framing the future: The styles, shapes and colours of Google Glass

Framing the future: The styles, shapes and colours of Google Glass

By 24 June 2014

Google Glass has arrived in the UK and there are a number of styles you can choose from, as well as a selection of colours including black, blue and orange. We popped down to the Glass launch event in London to see which one was our favourite and which... >>

Google is now a domain registrar for custom URLs, with Google Domains invite-only beta

Google is now a domain registrar for custom URLs, with Google Domains invite-only beta

By 23 June 2014

You should know by now that Google likes to dabble in everything. And its latest endeavour is custom domain names. That's right. Google has launched Google Domains, a domain registration service. It's an invite-only beta however, meaning you'll need an... >>

Best Google Glassware: Here's the top 10 Glass apps to download first

Best Google Glassware: Here's the top 10 Glass apps to download first

By 23 June 2014

Google expanded its Explorer Programme to the UK today. That means Brits across the country are thinking about buying their very own headset, and they're likely searching for the best Glass apps to download once their fancy gadget arrives. Well, search... >>

Search any tune and Google will let you listen instantly on Android

Search any tune and Google will let you listen instantly on Android

By 20 June 2014

Google would like you to use its search engine for everything. Even if that means searching for a song and then listening to it through a rival music-streaming service such as Spotify. The Mountain View-based company has announced a new feature for Android... >>

Amazon Fire Phone vs Google Nexus 5: What's the difference?

Amazon Fire Phone vs Google Nexus 5: What's the difference?

By 18 June 2014

Amazon has announced in the US its first smartphone, called the Amazon Fire Phone. It is initially exclusive to AT&T. The new device brings with it some exciting specifications and features but has stuck to a very familiar design. Still, you're likely... >>

Google Project Loon aims to launch permanent set of internet balloons next year

Google Project Loon aims to launch permanent set of internet balloons next year

By 16 June 2014

Google's Project Loon will celebrate its first birthday this month. The project's team has spent one year continuously revising prototypes through several experiments, and now it hopes to launch a permanent set of internet-carrying balloons by 2015. Google... >>

Boris Johnson: London's already got driverless cars...

Boris Johnson: London's already got driverless cars...

By 16 June 2014

London Technology Week has kicked off with a bang with London Mayor Boris Johnson and former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg competing to build a brand new computer designed for kids. The event, in which the American's won, started off London Technology... >>

Which is the best movie streaming box for under £100? Roku Streaming Stick vs Apple TV vs Chromecast and more

Which is the best movie streaming box for under £100? Roku Streaming Stick vs Apple TV vs Chromecast and more

By 11 June 2014

The rise in the number of media streaming services has been scarily rapid in the last couple of years. There are now so many ways to have movies and TV shows delivered to your home, at a variety of subscriptions and fees, that you could never be found... >>

Driverless cars to hit UK streets as new laws could soon make them legal

Driverless cars to hit UK streets as new laws could soon make them legal

By 9 June 2014

The British government could soon begin the process of creating new laws that make way for driverless cars on UK roads. Google unveiled its driverless bubble car recently that has no steering wheel, brake or accelerator pedals. There are just buttons... >>