The new Nexus 7 is official

Well after all the leaks this week we can now bring the speculation to an end as Google has just unveiled the new updated version of is much loved Nexus 7 tablet. The new Nexus 7 ias better specced but a with that comes a sligh...
by Ryan Oneill
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Lost your Android phone, get it to call you

Google is rolling out a useful update to its Android Device Manager service. You will be able to get a lost phone to show a message and contact number, giving you another way of getting your handset back. This works in addition...
by Dave Thornton
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Project Ara working Prototype, Spiral 1 Shows Off On Camera And We Get A Peak At The Spiral  2

Project Ara stirred up plenty of excitement when we first announced back in October last year , and it continued to gain momentum  with its promise of a modular and upgradeable phone. One of the great things we recently learne...
by Dave Thornton
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Samsung, HTC, Huawei and LG side-up with Powermat and Duracell, PMA

We all know of the legendary war that went on with Betamax vs VHS. And that that case although Betamax was the better format it lost out to the cheaper VHS format. Well now we have another fight brewing if not to the same level...
by Dave Thornton
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Google Now takes the spotlight in new Nexus 4 commercial

Google has just released their latest Android-specific commercial on Youtube. The commercial itself is all about the Nexus 4 and Google Now. We all know that Google Now is a killer feature packed with awesome goodies and this c...
by Ryan Oneill
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Google intent on developing Keep

Despite several sites posting that Google will not retain Google Keep, as it’s just a development tool to be used in future applications. It now seems that Google will develop Keep as they have received good feedback from use...
by Dave Thornton
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KitKat 4.4.3 release imminent for Google Nexus 5 and Nexus 4

Google Nexus 5 and Nexus 4 users are soon going to have the KitKat 4.4.3 update but technically,  the Nexus 5 will be the first to get it followed by the  Nexus 4. The current Android version — KitKat 4.4.2, holds some of t...
by Dave Thornton
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Google Sheets adds Publish to the Web tool

Google Sheets, will  now allow you can make your spreadsheet publicly visible through the app’s “Publish to the web” tool. As Google announced on the Google Apps updates blog yesterday, this feature now supports publishi...
by Dave Thornton
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LG’s take on their Nexus 5 Leaks

Even before the big Samsung Galaxy S4 announcement, Android followers were already looking at the latest set of leaked specs for LG’s take on their Nexus 5.  Normally leaked specs are not very interesting since they are over...
by Dave Thornton
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