Tag: Google

  • [rumor] Is this the Galaxy Nexus Tab?

        Pocketnow has an image it says might be the rumored new Nexus line of tablet. Take a look and see if you think it’s a sure fake or if it’s the real thing.  The debate rages as to whether it’s Samsung or Asus, 7.7″ or 10″. When Google does actually drop the Nexus […]

  • “Google Play”… Are you ready to play?

      Move over Apple’s iTunes store. There is a new and improved Google Market coming to town and it is called Google Play. Google Play is taking the accessibility of  books, music, apps and movies to a whole new level. With everything being cloud based you will not have to worry about where you are […]

  • New Phone Roundup Part 1!

    Mobile World Congress 2012 introduced a host of new phones to come out this year.  In this first phone roundup installment, check out the phones below to get a quick rundown of what you can expect to come out this year.!  Which one(s) are you getting? First we have the Nokia PureView808.  This phone packs […]

  • Glitch in Android allows hackers to bug phone calls

    Computer scientist from North Carolina State University have discovered a weakness in smartphones running Google’s Android operating system that allows attackers to secretly record phone conversations, monitor geographic location data, and access other sensitive resources without permission. Devices sold by HTC, Samsung, Motorola, and Google contain code that exposes powerful capabilities to untrusted apps. These […]

  • Google and Samsung postpone Galaxy Nexus event

      Google and Samsung have reportedly postponed an October 11 event that was expected to include the launch of Android “Ice Cream Sandwich” and the Samsung Nexus Prime. Samsung’s U.K. division provided a statement to Engadget and SlashGear, which said: “Samsung and Google have decided to postpone the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event during the CTIA in […]

  • Samsung takes supporting developers to the next level! Adds Cyanogen to their payroll…

    The big news just keeps on coming, first Google buys Motorola and now Samsung has officially hired the creator of CyangenMod to their ranks. It was not too long ago Samsung pronounced their support for developers by giving away free Samsung Galaxy S2 phones to CyanogenMod developers to help support further Android development on Samsung phones. And from the looks of it, Samsung is impressed with Cyanogen’s work.

  • Motogoogle???

    According to this article found at Computerworld, it looks like Motorola has been purchased by Google!! What will this mean for Windows Phone 7? Nothing good, that is for sure!! Not only does it add a powerful developing market to Android but it isn’t likely we will see any Windows devices coming from Motorola either.

  • I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream…..Sandwiches?

    With iPhone 5 on the horizon, Google needs to do something to catch/keep our interest in Android and in the highly competitive marker of smartphones aside from new devices the best way to shake things up is a new OS!!! Google is trying just this with Ice Cream Sandwich!

  • Google Maps….now with London Transit Maps

    I am not sure how many members we have from London here, but Google is looking out for you (and hopefully a sign of things to come). The new version of Google Maps has been released and it has the London Underground and transit maps included in it!!

  • Google Mail upgrade…..the good and the bad!

    Google has been updating a lot of their applications lately, but the one that jumped out at me first was Gmail!! If you use Gmail and have an Android phone take a look at what I found over at PhoneScoop:

  • Another Android Trojan…

    So Today we find that Android has a new fiend in the world. This one will record your calls and listen to your fantasy baseball talk; this should be nothing new for Android users – a Trojan that is – we have had several the past 6 months… With users travelling the back area of […]

  • What’s More Secure? iOS or Android?

    So it seems Symantec did an independent study of mobile operating systems. They attempted to measure how secure Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android platforms are, and also determine how the mobile systems stack to today’s desktop operating systems. Symantec claims that these mobile platforms are much more secure than today’s popular desktop operating systems, though the firm does suggest that the key variable as always is the “human element”.

  • Google Voice Update: improves battery life

    For those of you who have an Android device and use Google Voice, you might be happy to hear it received a small update today. This update is intended to improve battery life and keep the screens’ backlight on while playing back voicemails, which was an annoying problem before if you use a PIN, password, or pattern style lock screen.

  • Google Nexus 4G Details Revealed

    Google has been working hard, to try and present the ultimate design and concept for what a smartphone should be. Recently introduced was the Nexus S from Google, the first phone to run Android 2.3, Gingerbread. According to exclusive details from our friends over at BGR, Google’s next Nexus device, possibly called the Nexus 4G, […]

  • Google Going Metro?

    So last week we brought up an article of Apple just copying it’s competition, well today folks it seems Google may be doing the same thing. With Microsoft going to one UI for Windows Phone 7, Xbox 360, and Windows 8; it seems Google is going to use the same “Style” of formatting for their screens.

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