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Songza Acquired By Google

07/01/2014, Google has just picked up Songza, a startup that deals with music streaming. Here is a quick recap on what Songza is all about – this music streaming service will be able to create music mixes that are based upon a range of themes and factors, where...

Orkut Bites The Dust This September 30

06/30/2014, It seems that Google is doing some spring cleaning at the moment, clearing out their “cupboard” of apps that they deem are surplus to the requirements. We did bring you word on how Google will no longer make Quickoffice available on the App Store and...

Moto G Google Play Edition Gets Android 4.4.4 Update

06/30/2014, Motorola offers a “Google Play Edition” variant of its popular Moto G smartphone and today that particular variant has received a new software update. This new update jumps one iteration of the OS as it takes the Moto G GPE straight from...

Google Glass Banned In UK Cinemas

06/30/2014, Its not like there hasn’t been enough debate about the privacy issues surrounding Google Glass, but that won’t stop establishments from dropping the banhammer on this wearable device. Recently we saw a movie theater chain in the U.S. ban Glass...

Android TV Gaming Controller Revealed

06/30/2014, Just last week at Google I/O, Google unveiled Android TV. For those who missed our coverage from before, Android TV is essentially Google’s way of making developing apps for smart TVs a lot easier and straightforward. In some ways they are trying to...

Google Now Multi-Language Support Delayed Until Summer

06/30/2014, According to our report from last week, Google announced that they had updated Google Now with multi-language support. This means that Google Now will be able to understand up to seven different languages at once, as opposed to the user having to keep...

Quickoffice Removed From Google Play And App Store

06/29/2014, A couple of years ago, the technology giant known as Google picked up Quickoffice, and after making it available for free to iOS and Android users, it is time that the curtains are brought down on this “servant” of theirs. After all, the folks over at...

Android “L” Will Introduce Manual Camera Controls

06/29/2014, Smartphone cameras have advanced a fair bit these days. The software is capable of snapping some great photos that will be more than capable of replacing our regular point and shoot cameras. That being said for more advanced photographers, there are...

Android One Will Be Powered By MediaTek Chipset [Rumor]

06/27/2014, During Google I/O, Google announced the Android One. For those unfamiliar with Android One, it is basically a hardware reference design by Google that will allow manufacturers to create affordable Android handsets for markets where high-end smartphones...

Android L Developer Preview Rooted

06/27/2014, Hmmm, this certainly did not take too long at all – apparently, the Android L Developer Preview has just been announced a couple of days back, before it was released to developers yesterday, only to have it rooted already. Google has already posted...

Android L Emulator Means You Need No Nexus Handset

06/27/2014, Much has been said and done about the recently announced Android L over at Google I/O 2014, where we do know that Android L will be released soon on select Android-powered handsets. For instance, the Android L Preview system image has already rolled out...

Yellow Nexus 5 Mentioned In Google Play Store

06/26/2014, The Nexus 5 might have been around for more than half a year now, and it does seem to hold up pretty well to the rest of the other high end devices out there. We do know that the Android L preview system image for the Nexus 5 as well as the larger sized...

Google Debunks Rumors About The Nexus Lineup’s Death

06/26/2014, According to the rumors, Google is apparently looking to put an end to their Nexus lineup of smartphones. Instead, Google will be replacing the Nexus lineup with something called Android Silver. Given the affordability of the Nexus series of smartphones,...