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Google Drive And Gmail Integration Tightens

11/27/2012, Ever since Google Drive made its debut in April this year, you could say that millions of folks have already flocked over to the platform, using Drive as a digital place to stash away, create and share files. Of course, Google always seeks to improve the...

Google Pushing Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean To Nexus 4, 7, & 10

11/27/2012, If you happen to own a Nexus 4 or a Nexus 10, then you must consider yourself lucky because Google seems to be pushing out Android 4.2.1 to the aforementioned devices today. Folks over at XDA Developers were among the first to break the news. Some Nexus 7...

Google+ gets integrated into the Google Play store

11/27/2012, We’re sure that many developers get frustrated at times thanks to the internet trolls who sometimes leave fake reviews, making negative claims about an app even though they are false. This is partly thanks to the fact that we get to hide behind our...

Google Says More Nexus 4 Units Shipping This Week

11/26/2012, Still waiting for your Nexus 4? Fret no more, because Google is sending out confirmations to customers earlier today, saying that the second wave of Nexus 4 shipments will commence this week. The Nexus 4 debut a couple of weeks ago was overwhelming. In...

Google Reportedly Working On A Touch-Enabled Chromebook

11/26/2012, Google is doing a splendid job of manufacturing low-cost Chromebooks. The latest stunner is the Acer C7 Chromebook which costs around $199. Google also announced a Chromebook from Samsung last month in San Francisco and it retails for $249. If...

Google Buys Wireless Internet Network Provider ICOA? [Updated]

11/26/2012, Google is moving beyond Fiber. The Internet and technology behemoth is announcing today that it has acquired wireless Internet network provider ICOA for $400 million. To those new to ICOA, the company is actually a provider of wireless and wired broadband...

Google Nexus 4 LTE Works After Tweak

11/23/2012, A bunch of definitely curious and yet enterprising tweakers over at the XDA Developers forums have shown that it is possible to force a smartphone onto the LTE network straight from the handset’s debugging menu itself, never mind the fact that there is...

Google now redirecting potential Nexus 4 customers to T-Mobile

11/22/2012, One of the ways Google is hoping that the Nexus 4 will be widely adopted is by pricing it extremely competitively, making it not only a more attractive alternative to the iPhone, but a great alternative to other Android handsets in the market as well, so...

Google Nexus 10 16GB and 32GB Models Back On Google Play Store

11/21/2012, If you wanted to score the Google Nexus 10 – never mind if it is the 16GB or 32GB models, then you would know that they have been out of stock in a short while after it was officially released. Well, fret not – we do know that a magical...

Google To Fix December Omission In Android 4.2

11/20/2012, It was just a couple of days ago when we talked about how Google’s Android 4.2 Jelly Bean update did not allow the People app to enter dates by users for the entire month of December 2012, simply because the month itself was missing. Well, the folks...

Google Maps Expands Aerial and Satellite Imagery

11/16/2012, Following the rumors that Google is getting ready to re-launch Google Maps on iOS, the folks over at Google Maps are announcing today that they just launched aerial, satellite, and 45-degree imagery to 164 cities and 108 countries or regions. The update,...

Google Nexus 4 Has Internal LTE Modem

11/16/2012, It is during a routine teardown that folks at iFixit noticed that the Google Nexus 4 uses a QUALCOMM WTR1605L 4G LTE chip which supports up to seven bands. We can already see Nexus 4 users’ eyes lighting up at the idea of a community LTE driver or...