The tech world has been buzzing about the Android M news from Google last week. It is already available as a developer preview for some Nexus devices, although it won’t be ready for a public release until later in the year. It’s always interesting to compare different versions of Android and today we’re looking at […]
Just a few days ago we told you about how the Project Tango tablet was finally going on sale to the masses. Apparently, Google had another device in the works with a Project Tango phone, which is a smaller version of its environment sensing cameras.
Google’s Nexus line has always churned up a slew of rumors, and we’ve just gotten wind of one that’s quite the doozy. According to a new report, the LG Angler and Huawei Bullhead may be the next two Nexus smartphones, and if you’re looking for a new Nexus slate, you’re out of luck.
Google has been rumored to have a wireless service in the works for quite some time, and the wait may finally be over. A new report suggests Google will make an announcement very soon, and the only thing on the agenda will be Google’s wireless service for the US. The Wall Street Journal is reporting […]
If you’re looking to pick up a smartwatch today, the selection is vast, but the OS’s are limited. Apple and Android are the two main players, and the latter obviously has many more smartwatches out in the wild. Android Wear may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but Google has just rolled out an Android Wear update that’s bringing some cool new features to the forefront.
TAG Heuer has been rumored to get on the smartwatch bandwagon for some time, and this week they finally let the world know what they were working on. If you’re looking for something on the Android side of things to compete with the Apple Watch, you may have just found it…
We love a good rumor as much as the next site, but today’s juice tidbit is something that’s been hinted at before. It’s safe to say folks are looking forward to a new Nexus this year, and a rumor out of Korea suggests LG may be the company behind the upcoming Nexus 7.
Apple loves to take shots at Google and Google certainly gives as good as it gets when it comes to the never ending battle of Android vs. iOS. Apple dropped the Apple Watch today, and Google released a short little Android promo. The Cupertino company also released iOS 8.2, and not long after Google officially announced the Android 5.1 release.
Before there was Android, Google was mainly known as the place where you go to search for things. Since Android has taken off, many other project have come to light, and one of them involves Google Wireless service. A new report suggests it’s coming sooner than we thought, but that only a select group of users will be able to use it at launch.
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.