Google Play Music finally hits iOS with a free month of All Access

After much anticipation, Google finally released its native Google Play Music app for iOS. The All Access and Radio service was originally announced at Google IO in May with the promise that it would be ported to iOS devices a ...
by Dave Thornton
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Nexus 7 are you stuck in bootloop use ToolKit v5.0.0

There are many great developers on XDA but one that stands out is Mark Skippen (mskip) Senior Moderator / Recognized Developer, who has the developed the Google Nexus 7 TOOLKIT V5.0.0. If you find yourself in the dreaded bootlo...
by Dave Thornton
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Google play app Birthday sale now live

Google is celebrating  the Play store’s second birthday, following on from its first birthday sale, Google is holding a second birthday sale to celebrate. There’s a pretty wide variety of content on offer, including discou...
by Dave Thornton
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Nexus 4 should be back in stock by today or tommorow

Just a heads up guys. If you have been waiting to get your hands on a Nexus 4 the UK, France, Spain and Australia Play Stores should be replenishing stock today and tommorow so keep your eye out as they are hot property. Unfort...
by Ryan Oneill
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Google TRIM support activated in Android 4.3

The original Nexus 7 tablet as with any smartphone and tablets slowdown as time passed they start to show their age. Users complain that their devices are slowing down, so much that it became a pain to use. After a few months w...
by Dave Thornton
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Google sinks Pirate Bay apps on Play Store

Google is really going to town on any app that has links to piracy, any links at all. TorrentFreak has reported, developers of the following applications recently received emails from Google detailing their apps removal from th...
by Dave Thornton
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Which? Says Tablet Manufacturers Charge Too Much For Storage, Surely Not!

According to research from Which? tablet manufacturers, including Apple, Google and Amazon, are “fleecing” consumers by charging “outrageous” markups of up to 1,200% for extra storage in their products. The consumer wat...
by Dave Thornton
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Feedly reaps the benefits of Google Reader’s demise

When Google Reader went down the tubes Feedly promised users a “seamless transition”, and that promise seems to have worked. The newsfeed service reported on its Blog that more than 500,000 Google Reader users have ...
by Ryan Oneill
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Google Fiber now available on iPad

Google may not give us iOS users all there apps straight away but at least they get their eventually. The Google Fiber remote app can now be downloaded from the App Store but there is a catch it’s for iPad only. The app i...
by Ryan Oneill
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