Could Google offer a premium mobile experience on a $99 Android phone this holiday season? I have no knowledge of Google’s plans, but I saw evidence at Mobile World Congress (MWC) that suggests it’s definitely possible if they wanted to. By the end of this year, consumers will be able to purchase smartphones that exceed ... Read More »
Don’t expect too much out of next products to come out of Motorola. Google CFO Patrick Pichette has gone on the record at the Morgan Stanley Technology Conference saying that the next Motorola products being readied for release are not, “wow by Google standards.”
As Android entusiasts everywhere are waiting on pins and needles for ... Read More »
With the popularity of the iPhone, carriers found themselves in a tight spot. Don’t carry the iPhone, and miss out on thousands, possibly millions, of activations every year. Carry the iPhone, and bend to the will of Apple. Google may soon find themselves in a similar situation, in the spot of the carrier, with Samsung ... Read More »
If you were planning on attending Google I/O 2013 (scheduled from May 15th to the 17th), you will want to mark March 13th on your calendar. According to the official Google I/O 2013 event page, registration for the developer conference will commence at 7AM PDT on Wednesday, March 13th.
It’s impossible to know how many ... Read More »
If you ever doubted Google’s commitment to improving the quality of smartphone cameras, doubt no more. Executives are usually careful to dance around wording when it comes to future products, going out of their way to avoid the subject, but in a conversation on Google+ today about photography, Senior VP of Engineering at Google, Vic ... Read More »
Some people like to understandably play around with a new phone before committing the money it, but that hasn’t exactly been easy with the Nexus 4. Thankfully, Google has released a tool that gets rid of the guess work in trying to see what retailers near you have the Nexus 4 in stock.
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We’ve gotta slap a rumor tag on this one, but I’d say that everything Phone Arena’s tipster dropped on them belongs in the massively probable category.
Motorola has been delivering solid hardware for at least a year now with the software (well and camera) being our main points of contention with them. Our biggest hope ... Read More »
Google has reiterated several times now, the most recent being their quarterly earnings call, that the world has yet to see the product of their merger with Motorola. Last year was dedicated to finishing what Motorola had started before Google took over, but that time is coming to an end. Google is looking ... Read More »
There’s a picture going around on Google+ today that features a new installment on Google’s Mountain View campus, fueling rumors and speculation. It’s of a chrome Android statue, and unfortunately, it probably means nothing.
Google is not afraid to be disruptive. They’ve proved it time and time again with services like Google Voice, software like Android and most recently, with Google Fiber; Google’s experiment in being an Internet and television provider that threatens to turn an entire industry on its head. So what’s next? How about a wireless network?
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