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Sony Xperia Z3+ Video Touts The 20.7MP and 5MP Cameras

Sony Xperia Z3+ Video Touts The 20.7MP and 5MP Cameras

Sony’s Xperia Z series smartphones are known for their build quality, battery life and terrific cameras.  Sony’s biggest problem over the years is putting those smartphones in the hands of the US carriers and consumers.  Another problem is by the time they do arrive in the US they are either exclusive to one carrier and/or […]

Cardboard Design Lab Teaches VR Design Principles

Cardboard Design Lab Teaches VR Design Principles

Google is serious about virtual reality, a point which they have made very clear over the last 12 months since they introduced Google Cardboard at the 2014 IO developer conference. Since then, they have worked towards developing VR apps for use with the headset, and have even started an initiative called Works with Google Cardboard […]

Google Rolling Out Age-Based App Ratings On Play Store

Google Rolling Out Age-Based App Ratings On Play Store

Google had announced yesterday, that over the next couple of weeks, the company would be rolling out age based ratings for apps on its Play Store, so as to make things easier for parents to ascertain which apps would be safe for their children to use. The ratings have already gone live and are now […]

Introducing Google Identity Platform; Bolt-On App Security

Introducing Google Identity Platform; Bolt-On App Security

The Google I/O developers conference of an annual event where Google demonstrates and introduces new technologies and updates to existing products and services with something of a bias towards developers. This year has been no different with a number of new technologies showcased and of course, a new version of Android currently called “Android M.” […]

Android M Stock Keyboard Offers Split View Usage

Android M Stock Keyboard Offers Split View Usage

As the day unfolds, more and more information is coming through with regards to Android M. It is unlikely you missed the announcement, but if you did, then yesterday saw Google take the wraps off their latest operating system update, Android M. Since then, the company have also made available a developer version of the […]

Discover Cardmembers Will Enjoy Android Pay

Discover Cardmembers Will Enjoy Android Pay

One of the big buzzwords at Google I/O this year was Android Pay – the electronic payment method that will be replacing the Google Wallet.  Android Pay will been baked into the next generation Android OS, Android M…although, like Android L, nobody, outside of a few Google insiders, knows exactly what the delicious treat the […]

Google Outs Upcoming Preview For Hands-Free Payments

Google Outs Upcoming Preview For Hands-Free Payments

Android Pay may be the next stage of payments for most Android users in the near future, but it isn’t the only payment system that Google has in the works. Just this morning, the Mountain View, CA-based search company has announced that they’re testing a new form of payments that will be coming soon to […]

Android M’s Bluetooth Scanning Improves Location Finding

Android M’s Bluetooth Scanning Improves Location Finding

Android M has landed, albeit in a limited developer preview. Nevertheless, it has landed. And with it comes a number of new and interesting features to take note and get used to. So far today, we have already covered how Android M seems to be changing how it will utilize battery consumption by using the […]

Tag Heuer’s Smartwatch to be Named Carrera Wearable 01

Tag Heuer’s Smartwatch to be Named Carrera Wearable 01

  Earlier this year, Google, Tag Heuer and Intel announced that they would be working together on a smartwatch. It was big news at the time, mostly because of where they chose to announce the news; at Baselworld, the show to end all shows where tradtional watches are concerned. Since then however, there hasn’t been […]