The Nexus line of devices have long moved on from their original purpose. The Nexus One proved what can be done with high end hardware and stock Android, basically serving as guidelines for other Android manufacturers. The Nexus S also had some amazing hardware, introducing a more refined version of Android. But from there, hardware ... Read More »
Throwing down $1500 for Google Glass is hard, especially when there are a few color options and you don’t know which to choose. It’s not like you can just try on all the different styles and then choose one. You’ll be lucky to know anyone with Google Glass at all. But Google is attempting to ... Read More »
With the surprising release of Google Camera yesterday, we got a bunch of new features previously not seen on most Android devices. Photo Sphere became available to many, instead of being tied only to Nexus devices. But most surprising of all was the new Lens Blur feature, which had not been seen before. It allowed ... Read More »
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We’ve seen a few Google app redesigns leak lately, including Calendar and Gmail. I can’t say I love the new looks — in fact, I kinda hate them — but they seem to appeal to quite a few others. Now another ... Read More »
Remember that rumor that claimed that Google was planning to release a new, standalone camera app into the Play Store? Looks like it was the real deal, because a new “Google Camera” app has just appeared on the Play Store’s virtual shelves.
Google Camera features an “updated UI that ... Read More »
Today is a big day for Google. In addition to opening up its Glass Explorer Program to all U.S. residents and kicking off the Project Ara Developers Conference, Google has opened registration for the 2014 edition of its I/O developer ... Read More »
Hot on the heels of Google’s announcement of the KitKat update for Glass, the company has officially kicked off its one-day sale of its wearable device.
Any U.S. consumer can now become part of the Google Glass Explorer Program by ponying up ... Read More »
It’s now been several months since the Nexus 5 got a software update, but according to Sprint, that’ll be changing soon.
A couple of the more immediately-noticeable changes that the update to Android 4.4 brought with it are the changes to the status and navigation bars. Both became more transparent, and the status bar icons for things like signal strength, time and battery all turned white. Apparently Google may have some more ... Read More »