It’s early in the year, but we’ve already covered a lot of ground in the smartphone department. That said, there are several devices we haven’t discussed often like the upcoming iPhone 7 or this year’s lineup of Nexus devices. We are going to talk about the latter for the second time in as many days as a new Nexus 2015 rumor has hit the net.
Google is still trying to get the Android One program rolling, and yesterday the company help a big event in the Philippines to promote the platform. Android One may have been the star of the show, but during the presser word slipped about the upcoming Android M update.
Whether you’re looking forward to it or cringing at the memory of devices like the Virtual Boy, Virtual Reality is making a comeback in a big way. We’ve discussed several types of VR setups, and a new one may be the most interesting as it’s going to bring a lot of new users into the fold. Mattel is going VR, and they’ve partnered with Google for the upcoming View-Master VR kit.
Even Android fans can admit that Apple has put out some catchy commercials over the years. We’ve slowly started to see Android commercials get better, and the latest one may be the best one yet… or at least the cutest. It’s a heartwarming commercial with a surprise cast and a very familiar ditty that Disney fans may recognize.
If you longed to get a consumer version of Google Glass, last month probably wasn’t the best time for you. During Google’s earnings report, the company basically said the project as we know it was dead, and now we’re getting some more information on the future of Google Glass.
The Nexus 6 is by no means long in the tooth, but we’re already looking at a big new batch of smartphones headed our way after MWC next month. The Nexus 6 has become fairly easy to obtain in various regions of the world, unless you are in the US and roll with Big Red. Ready for the Nexus 6 Verizon release?
Earnings Calls have been coming in all week, and we have seen a lot of interesting information come out of those reports. Google is just like everyone else, and during its earnings call Google Glass was mentioned – the news wasn’t particularly good.
Because of the fact that Google’s Android mobile operating system is more open than the competing platforms out there — and we mainly refer to Apple’s iOS and Microsoft’s Windows Phone/Windows — it is also more prone to vulnerabilities. There have been a lot of reports in the past (some confirmed, some not) concerning different…
One of the most exciting smartphone concepts we’ve seen is set to roll out this year with Project Ara. Google’s second Project Ara developers conference kicked off today, and with it we’ve learned where the first Project Ara smartphones will land.
A lot of people own a Chromecast, it is a very popular gadget. We’re pleased to say that thanks to a new Chromecast app update, the little streaming dongle is going to get some more fans. Google has just rolled out a Chromecast update, and users are going to get a feature they’ve longed for.
The tablet market has been constantly growing in the past couple of years, as tablets from different manufacturers and running different operating systems have evolved. Those who already have a smartphone are more likely to purchase a tablet (one that probably runs the same OS as the phone itself) than to buy a laptop computer,…