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Google Play Store For China Could Be Kept Separate [Rumor]

11/20/2015, Due to issues with China’s laws and regulations, Google withdrew their app store from China back in 2010. However given how big the Chinese market is, and with Chinese OEMs like Huawei and Xiaomi rising quickly through the ranks, it was reported several...

Android 6.0 Marshmallow Soak Test For Moto G (2014) Has Begun

11/19/2015, The original Moto G was launched in 2013 and according to a report earlier today, it looks like it will be getting an update to Android 5.1. However if you’re wondering whether it will eventually be upgraded to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, we suppose...

Crowdfunding Campaign For Pepsi Smartphone Launched In China

11/19/2015, Remember last month when Pepsi confirmed that they would be launching a smartphone? It looks like it is finally happening, but not necessarily in the way you imagined. It turns out that the device is being launched on a crowdfunding platform in China...

Android Marshmallow Coming To Android Wear In Coming Months

11/18/2015, A couple of months ago, LG launched the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition with LTE. This is the second-gen LG Watch Urbane and the watch continues the same classy design as its predecessor, but if there was one major change that wasn’t really marketed, it is...

Skype For Android Lets You Save Video Messages

11/18/2015, Modern communication tools these days lets us send all kinds of messages, ranging from regular text messages, messages with animation, and even video messages. Now if you’re the particularly sentimental kind of person, you might be pleased to learn that...

Garmin Vivohub 2 Could Be An Android Streaming Stick For Your TV

11/18/2015, Garmin is a company that most people would associate with navigational devices. However in the recent years, the company has expanded their offerings to include wearable health-related products, and now it looks like they could be expanding even further...

Google Search Can Now Stream Apps Onto Android Phones

11/18/2015, If you have ever searched using Google on your phone, sometimes you see search results that lets you open up the results within an app, like IMDB for example. This is a feature that Google has introduced a couple of years ago, but now it looks like Google...

Google Play Store Will Soon Tell You Which Apps Have Ads

11/18/2015, There is no such thing as a free lunch, or so they say. Basically the idea is that if something is “free”, chances are there will be a hidden cost which is not necessarily monetary. The same can be thought of when it comes to free apps. Now there are...

Updated Nexus Camera App Now Available To All

11/18/2015, With the launch of the Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P, Google introduced an updated camera app to the phones. Unfortunately the updated camera was only available for both handsets at that time, and the good news is that if you like what you saw and wanted it...

Android Apps Can Now Be Even Cheaper In Emerging Markets

11/18/2015,   The fact that countless OEMs are making Android smartphones that appeal to all kinds of customers is why Google’s mobile operating system is so popular, particularly in emerging markets, where the first smartphone that many buy is most likely...

Chrome For Android & iOS Now Has 800M Monthly Active Users

11/17/2015, According to data released by the US government’s Digital Analytics Program, it has been suggested that Google’s Chrome browser is the most popular web browser. This was back in March 2015 so safe to say that the numbers have changed, but it is...

Walmart Has A $10 Android Phone You Can Purchase

11/17/2015, There are plenty of decent cheap Android smartphones that cost about $100 and have specifications that are good enough for casual use, aside from texting and making calls. Mozilla is trying to make Firefox OS popular in the market by introducing handsets...

Google Voice Search Can Now Understand More Complex Questions

11/16/2015, If there is one advantage that Google Now and their voice search has over other features offered by other platforms, it is that it tends to understand the user better, even though a recent study did find that Apple’s Siri came out on top. That being...

Facebook Instant Articles Available On Android

11/16/2015, Facebook’s Instant Articles program was launched earlier this year back in May, initially it was limited to the iOS app, with the social network feeding content from select publishers straight into the app. The idea is to enable users to access that...