It’s round two for Google in the battle to get into your living room and with the failed first attempt a distant memory, the soon to be released Nexus Player will be the company’s newest weapon in this escalating war to get us onboard with streaming media.
Google’s relationship with TV has been a bumpy ride in the past although they [Read More...]
It looks like the Material Design makeover is continuing in full force. Google Drive received an update today, bringing with it some subtle design tweaks as well as new animations.
Google has taken to Google+ to announce the next conference for Project Ara, which is to take place across two days in locations around the globe.
Attendees will be able to meet other developers in the region, as well as hearing the latest on Project Ara. The first event will be on January 14, 2015, with a central site in Mountain View [Read More...]
Google is giving out more invites to join its new Inbox party. The app, based off of Google’s Gmail service, allows user to better manage and deal with emails in a new layout. So far, the service has been by invitation only, and fortunately Google is sending out more invites now. Additionally, the Internet giant announced that current Inbox users will have more invitation themselves to send to friends starting Thursday.
Google is steadily making their way around their apps estate adding material design to as they go along, and now it’s Google Wallets turn.
What’s new other than the material design UI is the ability to lock or cancel your physical Google Wallet card from within the app itself.
Want to get hold of the Google Wallet version 7 to enjoy [Read More...]
When it comes time to date night on Friday and you’re ready for that dinner and a movie, be sure not to don Google’s wearable Glass to the theaters, no matter how cool and fashionable you think the eyeglasses may be. Inconsistent rules and a new wave of piracy concern is now spurring a hard ban on Google Glass and other wearable devices in movie theaters. The ban is created by the National Association of Theatre [Read More...]
Our latest photo contest was a quick one — well, actually it ran the same length of time but you know what we mean. We racked up dozens of entries this week, and now we’re here to show off the winners who will be taking home prizes.
The Nexus 6 went up for sale only a few moments ago on the Google Play Store and it only took 30 minutes for it to sell out.
Both the Midnight Blue and Cloud White in 32GB and 64GB show as out of inventory with no indication of when further stock will be available.
Did you manage to grab a Nexus 6 before the stock [Read More...]
Oppo was the first one to release the Google certified CyanogenMod phone, the Oppo N1. A few months ago, Oppo also released the N1 Mini and R3 as well. Now Oppo is back again with an announcement of their flagship smartphones, the Oppo N3 and Oppo R5.
Oppo N3 is overall a great smartphone. Just like its predecessor [Read More...]
The Google Play Movies & TV app is getting soon that will add some interactivity to your movie watching. The update will also bring Google’s new material design to the app.