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Google Now launches for Android 4.1

  I remember hearing Eric Schmidt many years ago, about how the future will reveal a phone that will become your perfect assistant. A phone that would take in ...
by LucianJune 28, 20125

Google Play’s website now lets you remotely update, uninstall, and install Android apps

With all the major hardware and software announcements made by Google yesterday at the I/O Conference keynote, one could see that the entire Android/Google ecosystem is evolving ...
by Mike AndriciJune 28, 20122

Google promises to unify Google Talk, Hangouts, and Messenger

Ever since the launch of Google’s “social layer”, Google+, the guys in Mountain View have been trying to focus on fewer products, instead of the ...
by LucianJune 28, 20129

Google Plus app for tablets coming today

Today Google announced the availability of yhr Google Plus for Android tablets app, something that many Plus users have long requested. Asides from the obvious modifications ...
by Bogdan PetrovanJune 27, 2012

Google Nexus Q – the first social streaming media player, available for pre-order today for $299

Google revealed today during the first day Google I/O keynote an intriguing device, that caught the entire blogosphere by surprise – the Nexus Q. The Google Nexus Q is ...
by Bogdan PetrovanJune 27, 20121

Google debuts Nexus 7 Android 4.1 tablet, check out the presentation video

As expected, Google just announced its first tablet carrying its own branding, the Nexus 7. Built in collaboration with ASUS, and presumably based on Nvidia’s Kai ...
by Bogdan PetrovanJune 27, 201215

Watch the first Google I/O keynote live stream right here

Anxious to see the Nexus 7 tablet and the new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean? Of course you are! We are too, and we plan to report on all the juicy stuff when the Google I/O day one ...
by Bogdan PetrovanJune 27, 2012

Bloomberg, Reuters confirm Google will unveil a $199 tablet made by Asus, at I/O. The main target? The Kindle Fire

While Google’s Nexus 7 tablet is no big secret by now, Bloomberg and Reuters are independently confirming that the tablet is indeed made by Google in cooperation with ...
by LucianJune 27, 20122

iSuppli: Google’s Nexus 7 tablet might cost $130-$210 to make

Last fall, when Amazon launched the Kindle Fire, they probably had to take a little loss, as the components alone cost about $190 out of the $199 retail price they were ...
by LucianJune 27, 2012

Google I/O: EA to showcase HTML5-based 3D multiplayer game for Chrome

Although EA pulled their games from the Google+ game store for lack of user interest (I don’t think Google+ users like playing Flash games that much, and they ...
by LucianJune 27, 20121
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