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Android Pay Confirmed For Android Wear

12/22/2016, Back in November there were signs to suggest that Android Pay could be coming onto Android Wear devices. Now thanks to an exclusive interview with The Verge, Android Wear’s product manager Jeff Chang has confirmed that Android Wear users can look...

Google Confirms Which Devices Will Be Upgraded To Android Wear 2.0

12/22/2016, During Google I/O earlier this year, Google announced the next major update to its smartwatch platform in the form of Android Wear 2.0. The announcement was made in May, but last we heard in September is that the release of the update has since been...

Google Confirms Two Flagship Android Wear Smartwatches In 2017

12/22/2016, Google already makes their own phones and tablets and speakers, so the idea of them making their own smartwatch isn’t really that much of a stretch. In fact earlier this year there were rumors that Google could be working on such devices, and now thanks...

Sprint Reportedly Offering Up To $325 For Activating Pixel Phones

12/22/2016, As it stands, Verizon is the only carrier to officially offer Google’s new Pixel phones. However carriers like T-Mobile are encouraging Pixel owners to activate their phones on their networks and a couple of months ago, the carrier announced that they...

Google Looking Into Pixel’s Double-Tap To Wake Issue

12/21/2016, One of the new features that Google introduced to their Pixel handsets in Android 7.1.1 Nougat is the double-tap to wake function. This isn’t necessarily a new function, but it is new for Pixel phones. Basically in addition to lifting the handset to...

Google Drive Now Offering Annual Billing With Discounts

12/21/2016, Most services that charge a subscription tend to offer users discounts if they were to purchase a year’s worth. This is because this more or less locks the user in for the entire year, guaranteeing that the customer will be sticking around. The good...

Google Employee Sues Company For Being Too Secretive

12/21/2016, There are plenty of legitimate reasons as to why a company chooses to remain secretive in their operations. One reason is to maintain a competitive edge over the competition. If they don’t know what you’re doing, they might not have time to come up...

Nexus 6P Early Shutoff Bug Still Has Yet To Be Fixed

12/20/2016, Back in October, the folks at 9to5Google have pointed out a problem with the Nexus 6P in that it seems that if users were to update to Android 7.0 Nougat, their handset would for some reason randomly shut off when their battery levels reach 10-15%, or in...

Alleged 2017 NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV Image Leaked

12/19/2016, Earlier this month there was a rumor that NVIDIA could have a new SHIELD Android TV planned for next year. Now thanks to the folks at Android Police, they have managed to get their hands on images of the alleged device that gives us a pretty good idea of...

Google Keep For Chrome Gets Android’s Doodling Feature

12/19/2016, Just like Apple’s Notes app on iOS, Google Keep has similarly evolved over the years. It started out as a simple note-taking app, but like we said, it evolved and gained more editing skills where there is advanced search, bookmarking, OCR images, and...

Google Search App Testing ‘Recent’ Tab & Offline Search Mode

12/18/2016, Google’s search engine is what helped propel the company into the tech giant that they are today, and search is still one of the core businesses at the company despite them branching out into IoT, self-driving cars, robotics, and more. For the most part...

Google Pixel Audio Reportedly Distorts At Higher Volumes

12/18/2016, While some of us like to keep our phones on silent, others might prefer to let audio through, and sometimes they even set it at max volume so that they can be sure to hear it when alerts or phone calls come through. However in the case of Google’s Pixel...

Google Maps Will Tell You If A Location Is Wheelchair Accessible

12/18/2016, The thing that most of us able-bodied people take for granted is accessibility. If we want to get to somewhere and we have to end up parking far away, or if the area has many steps to climb, we don’t think too much about it. Unfortunately for those who...