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Petition Urges Google To Reconsider Android 4.4 For Galaxy Nexus

11/05/2013, Last week Google finally revealed that the Android 4.4 KitKat update is going to be rolled out in the near future. It has already released the Nexus 5, which is the first smartphone to run KitKat out of the box. Several existing Nexus devices will no...

Nexus S Gets A Custom Android 4.4 KitKat ROM Of Its Own

11/05/2013, With the Galaxy Nexus not receiving the official Android 4.4 KitKat update, we guess it’s safe to say that the Nexus S will not be receiving it either. However it looks like the hardworking Android developer community has figured how to not only give...

Google Helpouts Launched

11/05/2013, While Google Hangout is great for chatting with groups of friends or holding a video conference, what if you needed some expert help on something? While there are plenty of tutorials on a variety of topics available online, there’s nothing quite like...

Android Jelly Bean Now On Over 52% Of Android Devices

11/04/2013, Google’s Android 4.3 Jelly Bean was the latest build of Android prior to the release of Android 4.4 KitKat, and for those who still use Android’s fragmentation as a point of argument to denounce Android’s merits, you might want to think twice....

Is This The Google Nexus 8?

11/04/2013, Google has a couple of tablets in their portfolio, such as the Google Nexus 7 and the Google Nexus 10, with both tablets sporting 7” and 10” displays respectively. However could it be that Google has a new tablet in the works? Perhaps a device closer...

Steve Wozniak Thinks Apple And Google Should Work Together

11/03/2013, Both Apple and Google are rivals as far as mobile operating systems are concerned. Apple has iOS, which is selling well in its own right, while Google has Android which is very clearly dominating the smartphone market at the moment, but imagine if Apple...

Mystery Google Barges Said To Be Invite Only Google X Showrooms

11/03/2013, Last week we picked up on two separate reports about mystery barges, one in San Francisco Bay and the other in Casco Bay, Maine, reports that claimed the structures built on top of said barges were connected to Google. The company hasn’t confirmed...

Google Chrome To Start Automatically Blocking Malware

11/01/2013, For the not-so tech savvy, having malware install itself on your computer can happen, especially when you think links and attachments in emails are generally safe, or you accidentally click on links on websites that will eventually install malware on your...

Sprint Nexus 5 Launches November 8th For $149.99

10/31/2013, A few days back we picked up on a leaked press render of the Sprint Nexus 5. It was rumored that Google’s next Nexus smartphone will be coming over to Sprint, something that would definitely be welcomed by the carrier’s subscribers as they...

Official Nexus 5 Accessories Include Bumper And Quick Cover Case

10/31/2013, Moments ago Google finally announced the Nexus 5, after months and months of endless rumors. The smartphone is now official, almost every recent rumor we heard about the device and its specifications has turned out to be true. Apart from announcing the...

Nexus 5 Officially Announced, Available “Today”

10/31/2013, Google has just announced the Nexus 5 (official page) without fanfare on its website. The Nexus 5 is a highly anticipated handset which is mostlybased on the excellent LG G2 hardware. As usual, the new Nexus phone is going to represent the latest “pure...

Nexus 5 Teardown Pictures Surface Ahead Of Official Announcement

10/31/2013, Another day, another Nexus 5 leak. Google has still not officially announced the device, and apart from rumors, there’s no confirmation as to when the next Nexus smartphone is going to be made official. Its not like anything left to the imagination,...

Google Glass Accessory Store Goes Live

10/31/2013, Google Glass is yet to be launched for the public, but there’s already a lot of hype surrounding Google’s wearable gadget. The company has only offered it to a select few people who’re called “Explorers.” A few days ago the...