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OnHub now has IFTTT support

Google's wireless router OnHub now has IFTTT support, bringing you an array of new recipe possibilities.
by John DyeApril 28, 20162

Rick Osterloh of Motorola scooped up by Google to lead a new hardware division

The former president of Motorola has re-joined the Google team after leaving the Lenovo-owned smartphone maker back in March.
by John DyeApril 28, 201611

7 ways the Nexus 6P is better than the Galaxy S7 Edge

After sharing a few ways in which I think the Galaxy S7 Edge is better than the Nexus 6P, here are the ways I think the Nexus 6P is better than the S7 Edge.
by Kris CarlonApril 28, 2016293

Google Play Store now lets you know if an app has ads before you download

Never get ambushed by apps again thanks to a new flag in the Google Play Store.
by John DyeApril 28, 20168

Google assembles a self-driving lobby dream team with Ford and Uber

It’s called the Self-Driving Coalition for Safer Streets, and their angle is to promote the statistical certainty that self-driving vehicles are hands-down better and safer drivers than ...
by John DyeApril 26, 201611

Podcasts missing on Google Play Music? This little trick might help

Are podcasts still not showing up on Google Play Music? There seems to be a little trick that is helping plenty of users. Let's see if it works for you!
by Edgar CervantesApril 26, 201626

LG G5 vs Nexus 6P

We pit the latest and greatest from LG against the best that Google has to offer, in this comprehensive look at the LG G5 vs Nexus 6P!
by Krystal LoraApril 25, 201653

Physical vs. on-screen buttons – what’s your pick?

It's certainly an old debate: Physical vs on-screen buttons.There's certainly reasons to stand behind both, which do you prefer?
by Edgar CervantesApril 25, 2016193

A million Android apps are apparently coming to Chrome OS

Chrome OS users over on Reddit have spotted a new option in the operating system’s settings screen that appears to enable access to a large section of the Google Play store catalog of ...
by Bogdan PetrovanApril 25, 201615

Google said to start in-house incubator in order to keep talent around

A new report claims the Search Giant is starting its own in-house incubator, where employees would be allowed to launch their own startups.
by Edgar CervantesApril 24, 20163
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