It’s a real shame that bookshelf speakers have gone out of style. Although they’re fairly big and bulky, bookshelf speakers are awesome! It’s a classic look that has the potential to deliver great performance in a neat package. The Audioengine A5+ Wireless take the classic bookshelf look and pack ... Read More »
Google is trying to unify its payment systems, which is a pretty un-Google thing to do (don’t get Google fans started on its chat apps). But so far, Google Pay has been a good move from the previous iterations of Android Pay and Google Wallet.
Now Google Pay is ... Read More »
Many of you who use Google Chrome beta on your computers have had access to this feature for a while, but it has just now come to the stable version of Google Chrome. Instead of searching by hitting a mic button and speaking, Chrome now listens for the “OK Google” command, much like Google Now on ... Read More »
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Google Now for desktops has been a long time coming. It started as a mere rumor, with tidbits of info found in experimental versions of Chrome. Then it graduated to an actual feature that was hidden in flags, away from the eyes of the general public. Now, after going through the Canary and Chrome beta ... Read More »
Coding an app for multiple platforms often requires a lot of time and resources. We constantly see developers release Android apps much later than the iOS counterpart. However, a new app attempts to make it easier for developers to make apps for many platforms at once. And though it’s not the first, it’s a very ... Read More »
Google Now is an amazing and impressive project by Google. Not only goes it know what you want to see, but it shows you this information before you even ask for it. It’s a central hub for the things you’d need to know, like weather, travel, package shipments, stocks, sport scores and even research topics.
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With Android 4.0, Google delivered a mobile operating system that was suited for all screen sizes. As we have already explored, you can almost replace your PC with an Android device, but there are still some things that Google needs to improve upon.
Google could target the desktop computing experience with Android 5.0, according ... Read More »