google translate updateGoogle Translate is a very handy tool when you want to look up a word or get the gist of a phrase/sentence. However more often than not, thanks to the various subtleties in languages, the results of a translation might leave users more confused than enlightened, but Google thinks that they have a solution in the form of a Neural Machine Translation system. Read full post →Google’s Neural Machine Translation System Makes Translations More Accurate

android apps chrome osEarlier this year, Google confirmed that Chrome OS will soon be able to run Android apps, and that proved to be true when Google released Android apps for two Chromebooks, the Acer Chromebook R11 and the ASUS Chromebook Flip. The good news is that if you are a Pixel 2 owner, the latest Chrome OS 53 build is now available, and it will also bring about Google Play Store access. Read full post →Latest Chrome OS For The Pixel 2 Gets Google Play Store Access

texting-driving-1In case it wasn’t already pretty obvious, driving while using your phone is a huge no-no, and we’re not sure if there are places in the world where it is actually legal or considered OK to do so. However over in California, Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into power a new law that further restricts mobile phone usage by drivers. Read full post →New California Law Cracks Down On Mobile Phone Usage While Driving

galaxy-note-7-design_29-ear-speakerFollowing the recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, we’re sure new customers are wondering when they will be able to get their hands on the phone. After all despite the mishap, the Note 7 is still a very good phone with excellent specs and features, so assuming that the replacement batteries are safe, why not, right? Read full post →Samsung To Resume Note 7 Sales In Europe October 28

oneplus_3_002There is a lot of uncertainty right now regarding the Android 7.0 Nougat update for smartphones. This is because unless you own a Nexus handset, there’s a good chance that you’ll probably have to wait months before your OEM pushes out the latest version of Android to your handset, and it looks like OnePlus is no exception to this. Read full post →OnePlus Actively Working On Android 7.0 Update For The OnePlus 3

new-google-cardboardGoogle’s interest in virtual reality is obvious. The company has unveiled several initiatives, such as with Google Cardboard, their semi-DIY VR headset, and also with the Google Daydream VR platform for smartphones. Now it has been a while since we’ve seen Google make changes to the Cardboard, so does that mean a change/update is coming? Read full post →Google Teases Cardboard-Related News in The Next Few Days

moto-z-play-hands-on_01So we know that Google’s latest build of Android, which is Android 7.0 Nougat, has been out for a while now. Unfortunately the update process is very different compared to iOS where Apple is in control of the entire process. In Android’s case, OEMs will need to update their phones themselves, and in some instances, carriers need to give their approval too. Read full post →Moto Z & Moto G4 To Get Android Nougat Update In Q4 2016

incognito-mode-enteredWhile some users might prefer iOS as an operating system, they might still prefer using some of Google’s products and services, such as search. If you fall into that camp, there is a good chance you might be using the Google Search app for iOS, and you will be pleased to learn that there is a new update. Read full post →Google’s iOS App Now Lets Users Go Incognito

google-stationMost of us are fortunate to live in parts of the world where have access to a fast and stable internet connection isn’t something we have to worry about. However there are parts of the world that aren’t so fortunate, and as you might have heard, companies such as Google are looking to change that by providing them with free access to internet. Read full post →Google Station Wants To Bring High-Speed WiFi To The World

google_pixel_xlThanks to a leak yesterday, we caught a glimpse of the upcoming Google Pixel smartphone. Now thanks to a new post on VentureBeat, a rendering of the Google Pixel XL smartphone has been revealed, although like we said yesterday, since both phones are more or less identical in terms of design, it’s hard to tell which is which just from the renders alone. Read full post →New Render Of The Google Pixel XL Smartphone Leaked