Nexus 5 pricing revealed Plus Release Date Confusion

  Over the last few days we have seen a prototype video and leaked images According to website AndroidGeeks the price of the Nexus 5 will be $399 for the 16 GB and $449 for the 32 GB model. The Nexus 4 had prices of $299 a...
by Dave Thornton
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Google Commercial for KitKat Android 4.4 tease Plus Unrelated KitKat ad

While we wait for Google to give us the news of the Nexus 5 release date and the subsequent appearance of Android 4.4 KitKat, a new KitKat commercial has been released, featuring everyone’s favorite cute green androids. Of co...
by Dave Thornton
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Google release Hangouts for Chrome and iOS

Google’s sixth annual conference for software developers opened today Wednesday 15th May, with a chance for the company to showcase the latest mobile devices running its Android software, while also unveiling other featur...
by Dave Thornton
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Chrome for Android updated with Google translate integration and full screen mode for tablets

Chrome for Android has hit version 28 and brings with it a few new additions. The first update is that tablet users finally have the ability to take advantage of full screen mode, something mobile users have had for a while now...
by Ryan Oneill
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Google to Extend Chrome OS Devices Support for Five Years

Great news for Chrome OS device owners. Google has announced that it is extending the support period for Chrome OS devices to a minimum of five years from release. The revised ‘end of life’ (EOL) dates means that the majori...
by Dave Thornton
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Google Hangouts new version, Android 4.4 with SMS and MMS

Sick of waiting for the new Hangouts update that brings SMS and MMS integration? Well wait no more because it’s now available to download. This update is version 2.0.0.012 and gives you all the goodies including the ability t...
by Dave Thornton
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Google Hangouts drops XMPP support

What is XMPP you say? well it stands for “Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol”, and is the industry standard protocol to allow the likes of Google Talk to move outside to exchange SMS with mobile phones and other SMS...
by Dave Thornton
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Google redesigns its logo and homepage

Google the world’s most visited web address has begun rolling out a redesign of its homepage. The changes make the logo flatten, in a subtle way, and replaces the previous menu bar with a dropdown box with the links that...
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BeginnersTech Week In Review 17/03/13 – Samsung releases the S4 and everyone has their say

This week was all about Samsung’s Unpacked event and the release of the Galaxy S4, it left some people unimpressed including HTC and Apple and they sure let us know what they thought. In other news we say goodbye to Googl...
by Ryan Oneill
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