Android L at Google I/O

This Wednesday, Google announced the latest version of Android, Android L (they haven’t officially announced a dessert codename). Google has also released the developer preview (which has already been rooted on the Nexus 5 and 7). It brings a fresh UI they call a Material Design, which brings more aesthetic consistency when compared to the […]

Remember those suspicious Google Barges? We do

A couple of weeks ago, there were suspicious Google barges spotted in the San Francisco Bay. From then speculations flew. Were they floating data centers? Are they floating Google offices? Today, Google released a statement to put down the rumors. A Google spokeswoman stated: Google Barge … A floating data center? A wild party boat? […]

A Renewed Version of Google Maps

Google has announced their new version of Google Maps at the Google I/O developer conference. This new version has a radically different UI from the current maps version. The new Google Maps’ different approach is to have the map fullscreen with settings inside, rather than having settings and the search bar on an outside banner, […]

Google Hangouts a New All in One Messaging Service

Today at Google’s annual I/O conference they released a new messaging service that combines Gmail and Google+ chat into one service. This service is called Google Hangouts. This one simple app integrates and combines all of your mobile devices and computers. Much like how Apple’s iMessage “works” (iMessage syncing on OSX can be problematic). This […]

Nexus 5 Delayed

Purportedly, Nexus 5 will not be released at Google’s I/o in May. Instead, rumors hint that Google will release it in October, near Android’s 5th anniversary. Instead of the Nexus 5, Google will likely release an updated Nexus 4 which will utilize LTE in addition to 32 GB of storage, up from 16 GB in the […]

Google’s 2013 Upcoming Mobile Lineup

Purportedly, Google will unveil its Nexus 5 and Nexus 7.7 devices at their I/O 2013 conference in may. Prices of both devices are unknown but speculation suggests that the Nexus 5 will be priced similarly to the notoriously sold out Nexus 4 which retails at $299 for the 8GB version and $349 for the 16GB […]

Google Unveils New Mobile Devices

                                 Recently, in late October, Google unveiled its new lineup of mobile devices which features the Nexus 10 (tablet), Nexus 4 (phone), and Nexus 7 (tablet). While Google’s Nexus 7 tablet was available for months, Google has now changed their $200 […]

Google Nexus 7

Yesterday, at Google’s I/O conference, Google unveiled their Nexus 7 tablet. The product is meant to target the low-end tablet market, thus it will compete with Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Barnes and Noble’s Nook tablet. In the near future, the Nexus 7 will be the best tablet in the near $200 market with its incredible […]

Google I/O Conference Scheduled For Wednesday (6/27/2012)

                    Google, is announcing a conference, which they name Google I/O. It is a place where Google will announce new software and products which are in the works. Rumors are that they might give more information on the Google Smart Glasses, a rumored 7in screened tablet, […]