Android M Update Nexus 5, 6, 7, 9, 10

Android M and Nexus updates: The good, the bad and the ugly

By about 5 hours ago.

Android M and Nexus updates: The good, the bad and the ugly

Android M is expected to be unveiled later this week at Google I/O, and it will bring several new features to Google’s mobile platform according to various reports, including a brand new device update guarantee for Nexus devices. More →

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Android M: Photos App Leaked

Android M: This is Google’s new Photos app

By about 6 hours ago.

Android M: This is Google’s new Photos app

Google is expected to announce a bunch of new software initiatives later this week, one of them being Android M. Some leaks have already provided early information on what the upcoming operating system will have to offer, and a new report sheds light on what could be one of the most important new apps for Android M (and other Android versions) that Google is expected to announce at I/O 2015. More →

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Ocumetics Bionic Lens Perfect Eyesight

How an 8-minute surgery could completely fix your poor eyesight

By on May 22, 2015 at 8:45 PM.

How an 8-minute surgery could completely fix your poor eyesight

One of the things technology will most likely fix at some point down the road is poor eyesight. And it might happen sooner than we think, if Ocumetics Technology is successful with its Bionic Lens trials. More →

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Moto G Chromecast Remote Android Smartphones

How to turn your old Android phone into a handy Chromecast remote

By on May 22, 2015 at 8:00 PM.

How to turn your old Android phone into a handy Chromecast remote

Attention Chromecast users: Your Chromecast experience can significantly be improved by turning one of your older Android devices into a dedicated Chromecast remote, as one Android fan has discovered. More →

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Uber Self-Driving Car Prototype

This is Uber’s self-driving car prototype

By on May 22, 2015 at 7:35 PM.

This is Uber’s self-driving car prototype

It’s no secret that Uber is interested in cutting costs by replacing current cars with smart self-driving cars in the future. And it looks like the first self-driving cars from Google will not be the only ones performing test drives in the U.S., as Uber is also experimenting with this nifty technology. More →

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Google Nexus 6 Size Advertising

Nexus 6: Another reason why Google might favor phablets over smaller phones

By on May 22, 2015 at 7:10 PM.

Nexus 6: Another reason why Google might favor phablets over smaller phones

Google surprised Android fans who were anxiously waiting for a new Nexus smartphone last year by only launching one new handset, a 6-inch Nexus 6 phablet that proved to be too big for some users. The correlation between the gadget’s name and its screen size might help explain why Google had to release a phablet last year. Google may have also done it to show developers what apps running on a vanilla version of Android look on a phablet, though.

That said,  there might be one other reason behind Google’s decision to only launch a bigger Nexus phone in 2014. More →

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Project Fi Launch Invites Availability

Excited to try Google’s game-changing Project Fi? You’re in for a long wait

By on May 22, 2015 at 4:15 PM.

Excited to try Google’s game-changing Project Fi? You’re in for a long wait

Google’s recently launched MVNO wireless initiative sounds like an intriguing proposition for Nexus 6 owners, especially now that the company is sending out the first invites for it. However, many users who have asked for an invite might have to wait a longer time before they’ll be able to actually start using it. More →

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Apple Watch Heart Rate Sensor Issues

First Apple Watch update may have seriously crippled one of its most important features

By on May 22, 2015 at 2:16 PM.

First Apple Watch update may have seriously crippled one of its most important features

The heart rate sensor on the back of the Apple Watch is very accurate, a recent report has shown, on par with some of the most accurate heart rate monitors that are currently available. Unfortunately, it looks like Apple may have inadvertently crippled the heart rate functionality with its most recent software update. More →

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Galaxy S6 Edge Iron Man Edition

Can a superhero save Samsung’s Galaxy S6?

By on May 22, 2015 at 10:45 AM.

Can a superhero save Samsung’s Galaxy S6?

No, it’s not the Galaxy S6 Active that appeared in many leaks so far. Instead, it’s a special edition smartphone that superhero fans will likely appreciate, especially if they’ve been holding out from buying the smartphone in anticipation of this particular version. More →

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Android M Nexus Features Fingerprint

A major feature from Android M and the next-gen Nexus phone has leaked

By on May 22, 2015 at 7:45 AM.

A major feature from Android M and the next-gen Nexus phone has leaked

Google has already unwillingly confirmed that it’s going to unveil Android M at its I/O 2015 conference next week, and a few reports now claim to have knowledge of one of the major features that are going to be available to Android M users in the near future. More →

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Adult FriendFinder Dating Profile Hack Leak

Do this now: Secure your adult dating profiles – a major site was just hacked

By on May 22, 2015 at 7:00 AM.

Do this now: Secure your adult dating profiles – a major site was just hacked

In case you happen to have one or multiple adult dating website profiles, you might consider securing them right away, as one of the world’s largest such websites has been hit by hackers. The attackers managed to steal highly sensitive personal data for four million users, leaking them online in spreadsheet format. More →

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Apple Music Release Date Russia

Apple’s new music service to reportedly get a rapid-fire launch in multiple countries

By on May 21, 2015 at 6:30 PM.

Apple’s new music service to reportedly get a rapid-fire launch in multiple countries

Apple is expected to soon unveil its own music streaming service that’s supposed to take on the big players in the streaming music business, including Spotify and others. A new report says that Apple might be interested in launching its new music service in international markets as well, not just the U.S.  More →

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