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Google Glass Could Have Helped A Doctor Save His Patient’s Life

04/08/2014, There are some who take offense to others wearing Google Glass. We guess it’s because they are worried that they are being secretly recorded and that it is an invasion of their privacy that they’re not taking too kindly to. Well perhaps those people...

YouTube Live Streaming Now Supported By Chromecast

04/08/2014, Google’s Chromecast dongle wasn’t as “open” as it is today when it was first released late last year. The company was quick to plug a root exploit, which even killed apps that allowed streaming of local content. Since then the...

Google Leverages Windows XP Death To Sell More Chromebooks

04/08/2014, The day many people might have been dreading is finally here. Its the end of an era as Windows XP meets its maker after 13 years. Windows XP happens to be one of the most popular OS iterations from Microsoft, so much so that even now nearly 30 percent of...

Android Wear Won’t Support ‘Full-Fledged’ Applications

04/08/2014, Most smartwatches out there act as companion devices. Meaning that they need to be paired up with a smartphone or a tablet in order to tap into most of its features. As much as we would want our wearables to be more powerful and capable of doing a lot...

Google To Launch Glass For Work Program Today [Report]

04/08/2014, Talk to people about Google Glass and you’re bound to get a variety of answers. Some are concerned about its privacy implications, others just want to know when Google will start selling it to the public. It hasn’t widely been accepted, some...

First Working Project Ara Prototype To Be Ready This Month

04/08/2014, One of the decisions we make when choosing smartphones is deciding if we are happy to trade off one feature for the other. For example you might like the HTC One M8’s design, but you prefer the Sony Xperia Z2’s camera, or you might like the Nokia...

Android TV Leak Shows Google’s Ambition Of Taking Over Your TV

04/06/2014, Its safe to say that Google TV wasn’t a hit, even though Google chairman Eric Schmidt had predicted that it would ship on majority of new televisions in 2012. It didn’t. Instead, products like Roku or the Apple TV continued to extend their...

USPTO Rejects Google’s Attempt To Trademark “Glass”

04/04/2014, When the term “glass” is used, we guess depending on the context and the place where it is said, it could mean many thing. In the tech context, there is a chance that you might have thought of Google’s wearable gadget, Google Glass. Unfortunately it...

Google Wireless Carrier Service Reportedly Being Explored

04/03/2014, From time to time Google tries its hand at something new, something that it has never done before. Word on the street is that a Google wireless carrier service is being explored. Apparently the folks at Mountain View want to launch their very own service...

Google Street View Brings You The Angkor Wat

04/02/2014, It has been said that when you pay a visit to the Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia, catching a glimpse of the sunrise there is one of those unforgettable, soul searing moments in life. Well, not all of us have the financial means to actually fly all the...

Android 4.4 KitKat Install Base Grows To 5.3%

04/01/2014, In the past we have seen arguments made against the Android platform, claiming that it was fragmented due to OEMs pushing out updates at irregular intervals. This combined with carriers requiring approval has caused some phones to remain on older builds...