Whenever your Chromecast is hooked up to your TV and you’re not actually using it, you may have noticed your Chromecast will cycle through beautiful fullscreen photographs, turning your TV into a digital picture frame. Wouldn’t it be great if you could take advantage of that feature and easily display pictures of your own? ... Read More »
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Yes, you can buy the LG G Watch right now on Google Play. Yes, you can also buy the Samsung Gear Live. But you don’t care about those, do you? You want the Motorola Moto 360. But you can’t buy it right now. And that makes you sad. But you can ... Read More »
We’re thoroughly expecting tomorrow’s Google I/O opening keynote to be packed to the brim with major announcements. According to Bloomberg Businessweek and an interview with Android lead Sundar Pichai, one of those major announcements will in fact be the unveiling of the next version of Android.
For months now we’ve seen rumor after rumor saying ... Read More »
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Considering the recent rumors surrounding the Nexus program and Android Silver, the program rumored to replace it, today’s news shouldn’t come as much of a shock. But it’s worth diving into anyway. Android Police is reporting that after reaching out to LG’s Communications Director Ken Hong, they can confirm LG is not making the next ... Read More »
Are you excited for Google I/O? I can’t imagine you not being excited. The event is coming up soon, and those who are going will need some way of finding all the different conferences for specific topics. And just like every year, Google has released the official Google I/O 2014 app to the Play Store ... Read More »
Details about Google I/O are always sparse, but what we do know is that attendees always walk away with some sweet loot. Google gives away all kinds of goodies, and according to rumors, this year the company will be giving away an LG G Watch.
The G Watch is meant to be somewhat of a ... Read More »
Google’s first attempt at taking over your living room with Google TV was, by all measures, a flop. Its follow-up, however, was the complete opposite. Chromecast has been an immense success, making it the streaming stick to own for Android, Chrome and iOS users. This June, we’ll find out if Google’s third attempt at taking over ... Read More »
For Android and Google enthusiasts Google I/O is like Christmas in June. Which makes today the day you sneak downstairs with your siblings and peek under the wrapping to see what you’re gonna get. Google has released a detailed schedule for its I/O 2014 developer event with info on the keynote –where we get to ... Read More »
According to a massive rumor report out of Android Police today, Google is experimenting with a complete overhaul of the Android home screen, notifications, multitasking and Google Now experience. Rumors like this have been floating around for some time now, but today marks the first time we get such an in-depth look at exactly what ... Read More »
Many of us that are invested in the tech world simply can’t read everything the moment that it’s published. Services like Pocket exist to help us consume all of this content, saving links and articles for later reading. Many of these services offer offline reading support as well.
It looks like Google is working on ... Read More »