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Wall Street Insider Sees no Threat to Apple From Google’s I/O Announcements

Wall Street Insider Sees no Threat to Apple From Google’s I/O Announcements

Apple-watchers on Wall Street aren’t concerned with what they heard come out of the Google I/O Conference this week – the big question is – where are they getting their information?  Certainly at the conference, Google announced a number of new products that will compete directly with Apple products.  Android L will go up against […]

Play Mobile Casino Games On Android In Your Phone’s Browser

Play Mobile Casino Games On Android In Your Phone’s Browser

A trip to the Casino isn’t always within reach, which is why mobile casino games can be a nice little getaway if you’re looking for some gaming fun. Whether it’s the thrill of winning some cash or you’re simply playing for a little bit of fun mobile casino games on your Android device can be […]

Asus Aims To Launch Low Budget Android Wear Device in September

Asus Aims To Launch Low Budget Android Wear Device in September

The Taiwanese Computer Manufacturer Asus has already confirmed a few months back that they are working on a smartwatch slated for a release later this year. Google I/O was yesterday and only three smart watches were unveiled, the fourth which would have been the Asus smartwatch was no where to be found. There’s a reason […]

OnePlus One Camera: Sample Shots Galore!

OnePlus One Camera: Sample Shots Galore!

The OnePlus One is a rather interesting phone.  As many out there know it’s nearly impossible to get ahold of for now, but OnePlus is promising to change that soon with more invites going out and eventually moving into more of an actual production schedule.  While you can readily buy the OnePlus One on store shelves […]

Featured Review: Inateck BP1001W Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Featured Review: Inateck BP1001W Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Today, we are taking a look at a pretty inexpensive Bluetooth Speaker. This is a $17 Bluetooth speaker from Inateck, and as a spoiler, it’s definitely worth the price. This is the white and silver one that I have here, and it’s pretty small but does pack quite a bit of sound in there. I’ve […]

ReadWrite: Nexus Program is not Going Away

ReadWrite: Nexus Program is not Going Away

A new report coming out of ReadWrite tonight is informing us that the Nexus program is not going away in favor of the Android Silver program which was heavily rumored. Many of us thought that Android One was indeed Android Silver, well according to this report, it seems like that’s not the case. Android’s head […]

Verizon working with Chromebook Pixel Customers to Get them “Reconnected”

Verizon working with Chromebook Pixel Customers to Get them “Reconnected”

dsc 0015 Over the past few days, some reports surfaced that some people that bought the Chromebook Pixel were having their promo end early. When Google announced the Chromebook Pixel last year, one of the perks that came with the LTE version was 100MB of free data each month on LTE for two years. Another […]

Google’s Project Tango in Pictures, at Google I/O 2014

Google’s Project Tango in Pictures, at Google I/O 2014

Google announced Project Tango earlier this year, which was a pretty weird project. It’s basically doing all kinds of 3D stuff and getting 3D information for Google Maps. Google made a 4.7-inch smartphone that has tons of cameras on it as well as a tablet with NVIDIA now that has amazing specs. Like a Tegra […]

Android L has a Battery Predictor, Showing you how much Juice You have Left

Android L has a Battery Predictor, Showing you how much Juice You have Left

Another new feature in Android L is the new battery predictor. In Android L, Google updates the battery section of the settings for the first time in basically ever. Sure Google has changed the way it looks, to fall into the update, with ICS, Jelly Bean, KitKat, etc. But the core usability of Battery stats […]

AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note II Gets KitKat Upgrade

AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note II Gets KitKat Upgrade

One of AT&T’s most popular Samsung devices, the Galaxy Note II, will finally be receiving its KitKat 4.4.2 upgrade today.  Even though this device came out in late 2012, it still stands up well against some of the newer competition.  The original Note was an AT&T exclusive and even though it was a capable device […]

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