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Next Nexus will have fingerprint scanner and USB Type-C, Google hint suggests

Next Nexus will have fingerprint scanner and USB Type-C, Google hint suggests

By 19 hours ago

At the Google I/O 2015 developer conference, there's been plenty of news about Android Pay, the forthcoming Android M, as well as the launch of Google Photos.  In the past the way that this works is that Android's new features are announced at Google... >>

Android M is Android Milkshake: Sneaky clue spotted at Google I/O

Android M is Android Milkshake: Sneaky clue spotted at Google I/O

By 19 hours ago

There has been a lot of talk about what the next Android will be called and, specifically, what type of sweet or desert it will adopt as its popular name. However, it seems that it will be neither. It will be a drink this year. Android M, as it is called... >>

Android M previewed: Android Pay, fingerprint support, USB Type-C and more

Android M previewed: Android Pay, fingerprint support, USB Type-C and more

By 21 hours ago

Talking during the Google I/O keynote, Dave Burke, VP engineering of Android at Google, gave us a sneak peak of what to expect from Android M, the next version of the Google operating system. Android M is about improving the core user experience in Android... >>

LG G4 review: A balance of phone meets phablet
4.5 out of 5

LG G4 review: A balance of phone meets phablet

By 28 May 2015

LG has risen through the ranks in the smartphone world, its large-screen G3 happily going elbows-out for a deserved spot on the 2014 flagship podium. Relying on high-flying specification rather than designer branding - as some of the company's less successful... >>

OnePlus Two launch could be 1 June, event scheduled

OnePlus Two launch could be 1 June, event scheduled

By 28 May 2015

OnePlus, the Chinese phone manufacturer, has announced on Twitter it will "shake up the tech industry" with a 1 June bombshell.  So what could be so groundbreaking that OnePlus is bold enough to publicly claim it will change the business it's in? The... >>

Lenovo just announced a phone with built-in projection keyboard. No, really

Lenovo just announced a phone with built-in projection keyboard. No, really

By 28 May 2015

Say hello to the world's first laser projection smartphone, the Lenovo Smart Cast. Projection keyboards have always been accessories. Not so with the Smart Cast, which incorporates a built-in Pico projector along with a gesture-based control system. Transform... >>

Apple iOS 9 release date, rumours and everything you need to know

Apple iOS 9 release date, rumours and everything you need to know

By 27 May 2015

It's been months since Apple rolled out iOS 8 to consumers, meaning the Cupertino-based company is likely at work on the next version of its mobile operating system, thought to be called iOS 9. There's not much known about iOS 9 at this point, as Apple... >>

Android M is just the tip of the iceberg, expect major annual Android updates from now on

Android M is just the tip of the iceberg, expect major annual Android updates from now on

By 27 May 2015

Google I/O, the company's annual developers conference kicks off with a keynote address tomorrow - in the evening in the UK, morning locally in the US - and that means there will be plenty of things announced or talked about that will interest far more... >>

Best camera accessories for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Best camera accessories for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

By 27 May 2015

The Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus already sport a pretty decent snapper but there are ways to improve the phones camera capabilities. There is a whole world of camera accessories to enhance your pictures from tripods, to lights, to lenses. We have... >>

Microsoft’s Cortana is coming to Android and iPhone, get a sneak peek now

Microsoft’s Cortana is coming to Android and iPhone, get a sneak peek now

By 26 May 2015

Microsoft has officially announced that its smart assistant, Cortana, will be arriving on iPhone and Android devices soon. Cortana will be available in app form for iOS and Android where it will work with all the same questions it responds to on Microsoft... >>