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Google Reportedly Gives Up On Standalone VR Headset

07/17/2016, Not too long ago it was rumored that Google was working on a new high-end standalone virtual reality headset which would compete against the likes of the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive. Both of these headsets are now available in the market so...

Google Launches A Festival For Indie Android Games

07/14/2016, Google wants to provide indie game developers with a platform to showcase their creations and entice more of them to start creating games for Android, which is why the company has announced that it’s launching an Indie Games Festival later this year...

Android Auto Launched In Japan

07/13/2016, Google has only launched Android Auto in a handful of markets right now and the expansion of its in-car infotainment platform has been rather slow. Android users in Japan will be delighted to find out today that Android Auto has finally been launched in...

Google To Expand Family Plan Beyond Play Music

07/13/2016, Back in the day it was pretty much every user for themselves. It didn’t matter if you were my brother, sister, mother, father, wife, husband, and so on, everyone pretty much needed their own account, or someone had to share their account and credit card...

Android 7.0 Nougat Will Have Themed Keyboards

07/12/2016, One of the features offered by third-party keyboard apps is the ability to choose a different look for your keyboard. Ultimately this is customization that Google’s stock keyboard does not offer, at least not on the same level that some apps do. However...

Android 6.0 Marshmallow Distribution Numbers Now At 13.3%

07/12/2016, If there is one thing that Android is notorious for, it be how slowly it takes for an update to make its way to Android handsets. This is usually why despite the latest update being released for months, it is usually its predecessor that has the highest...

Google Significantly Improves Hotel And Flight Search

07/12/2016, Google already has a Destinations feature for those who are planning a trip but the latest improvements it has made to search are geared towards those who are making arrangements to their trip. The company today introduced significant improvements for...

Inbox v1.27 For Android Hints At Vacation Responder Feature

07/12/2016, For those who receive a ton of emails that they are expected to reply to, features like vacation responders are pretty neat. What happens here is that when you receive an email, you’ll automatically reply by saying that you are not at work and you’ll...

This Is What Google’s Nexus Smartwatches Could Look Like

07/12/2016, The other day it was rumored that Google could be working on their own smartwatches. This would be different from the current situation which is basically where Google creates Android Wear and other manufacturers create the hardware for it. In a way these...

Sharp Launches The Aquos 507SH Android One Smartphone

07/10/2016, One of the ways that Google has tried to make Android appeal to emerging markets is by launching the Android One initiative. In a way you could think of Android One devices as low-end Nexus handsets aimed at customers on a very tight budget. So far...

Nexus (2016) Concept Rendered In Different Colors

07/10/2016, Last week the folks at Android Police posted up renders of what they claimed would be the upcoming Nexus handsets from HTC, codenamed Sailfish and Marlin. From what we can tell, it seems that both handsets will look the same but pack different specs, with...

Nexus-Branded Android Wear Smartwatches In The Works [Rumor]

07/06/2016, Google has always played it smart by getting other companies to build stuff for them. This means that in terms of production and manufacturing facilities, Google doesn’t have to spend money on that. We’ve seen Google get companies to build their...

Google’s Self-Driving Cars Can Read Hand Signals

07/06/2016, Unless a cyclist actually bothers to install indicator lights, the only way they can let cars know that they are making a turn is by sticking their hands out to the left or right. This is pretty standard and has been done by cyclists for decades, but...