Here in the US we’ve had the privilege of buying Google Glass for quite a while now, and trust us, we take advantage of it all the time. It’s great! Starting today we’re no longer alone, as Google has announced that Google Glass is now available in the UK for a full £1,000 (equaling $1700).
Google Glass may ... Read More »
The standard size for larger tablets is 10.1 inches, and so far we haven’t seen anything larger for the Android enthusiast that’s really worth buying. However, Samsung recently announced the Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 with an absolutely massive 12.2-inch display. Many people have been waiting a long time to see Samsung release this gigantic device, and ... Read More »
The Moto X won our highly prestigious Editors’ Choice award for best smartphone of 2013 back in December, but one of the few downsides to the device is that it had to date only been available to buyers in the US, Canada and Latin America. Come February 1st that will finally end, with ... Read More »
Every time a big Android device hits stores we like to poll all the early adopters that read this site and get their initial impressions of the gadget they just purchased. It’s a fun way to see how the first batch of devices is doing and poll how popular it is with our audience. This past ... Read More »
Google Books has been available exclusively in the US since its release. Legalities with publishers and different countries can be a bit complicated sometimes, but after months of waiting, Google Books is finally starting to head outside the US.
The first (and only, as of now) country to get Google Books outside of ... Read More »
If you know a bit about cars, you’ve probably heard about Auto Trader. This nifty tool has probably helped many of you with your vehicle purchases/sells. In fact, Auto Trader claims 20% of all visits to their “autotrader.mobi” site are from Android devices. The high percentage of Android users led them ... Read More »
UK Milestone users awoke to some good news this morning, as Motorola Europe’s Facebook page announced that Android 2.1 would finally be available for their phones. Forgoing the over-the-air option, Motorola opted to update their phones through PC download, a method similar to the roll out of 2.1 in Canada . Users can find details ... Read More »
Droidcamp and Droidcon in London in December