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Google’s acquisition of Nest was surprising, as Google hasn’t really gone into the home automation sector at that point. But there were rumors floating around that the company was working on automation software, and having a hardware manufacturer was a logical choice. Google purchased Nest for $3.2 billion, and we haven’t really heard much since. ... Read More »
We’ve seen several hints of an upcoming Android update in recent weeks, but so far there’s been no real evidence of what goodies that upgrade might contain. That’s changing today, though, as Google has tweeted an image that hints at one ... Read More »
Just a week after Google began pushing a KitKat update out to its Glass headwear, the company has announced that some more goodies will be rolling out in the coming days.
Google today named two new ... Read More »
Despite the fact that the rumblings of an Android 4.4.3 update have grown in recent weeks, Google has yet to officially announce any new versions of KitKat beyond 4.4.2. However, a recent update to one of Google’s own apps ... Read More »
Apple and Google are two of the biggest players in mobile, with each company constantly working to improve its mobile software in the effort to win over consumers and gain market share. Building their own OSes aren’t the only watt that these two wireless titans are competing, though, as a new report claims that they’re also duking it ... Read More »
Google hasn’t made any official announcements regarding Android 4.4.3, but lately there seems to be an increasing number of leaks and references that tease the update.
Just days after Sprint announced an Android 4.4.3 update for the Nexus 5, a Bluetooth Special Interest Group page with a reference ... Read More »
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 »