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Let's be fair. The Samsung Galaxy S4 has been out on the market for several months already and the Google Nexus 5 has only been out for a day. If they're both flagship-caliber devices, it would make sense that the Nexus 5 would be more powerful and more compelling, but is that really the case?
If you've following the endless deluge of leaks over the last few months, then you pretty much already know everything about the Nexus 5. The difference is that it's now all official and you can actually buy the hotly anticipated smartphone.
With the imminent arrival of Android 4.4 KitKat, you'd think that Google would hold off on any major updates until that was released. And you'd think wrong. Seemingly unrelated to KitKat, Google has gone ahead and updated 16 of the primary apps on its Android platform.
In an era filled with WhatsApp, BBM, Facebook Chat and all sorts of other protocols, Google still wants to be your de facto messaging choice. To this end, Google Hangouts has now been updated and improved with some new features.
Have you ever had the experience where you come across a public Wi-Fi hotspot, you go through the splash page to accept the terms and enter your login information, and then you arrive at a related hotspot later on and have to go through the same song and dance again?
Now, the latest rumblings are saying that the Nexus 5 will officially make its debut in the Google Play Store on October 31. How spooky!
Samsung has reportedly filed a design patent with Korean authorities for a type of "sports glasses," but these are "smart" sports glasses that could tackle Google Glass head on.
Google is sending out some special invitations to a special event on October 24 in New York City and, as cryptic as it sounds, they say it's going to be a "night out with Google Play."
Starting on November 21, if you visit the Play Store from a tablet, your default view will show the apps that are "designed for tablets." You can still open up the options to see the rest of the Android apps in the marketplace too, but that's where your default view will lie.
Do no evil... unless it helps you push product. In that case, feel free exploit as many people as you like. It seems that this has slowly but surely become Google's way of doing business
The 32GB Nexus 7 LTE is currently not available from the Google Play Store, with no indication as to when it will return.
Google’s upcoming Chromebooks will be powered by Intel's new 4th generation CPUs, so the devices are coming with strong computing power and improved battery life.
Apparently, Apple was working on a VR handset of its own years ago - something semi-similar to Google Glass - but abandoned the project due to other more important projects.
The 4G LTE edition of Google’s new Nexus 7 tablet is now available at the Google Play store.
Android’s Hugo Barra is resigning from Google to join Chinese phone maker Xiaomi.
Engaging in a video chat with a bunch of your buddies from around the world is fun and all, but it's not so great when everyone is a blurry, pixelated mess. Google has heard your cries and they will soon be offering 720p HD video chat to everyone. In fact, a few select users have already gained access.
Just yesterday we reported on a rumor that Best Buy and Google might be entering into an agreement to bring a massive 6000 square foot Glass experience to select stores. Now the rumor looks to already be dead.
Take a look at how developer Blaine Bublitz is using his Google Glass to control a Parrot AR Drone.
Earlier this month we reported on a GPS glitch that affected the new Nexus 7's ability to secure and maintain a GPS connection. As it turns out this isn't the only issue affecting the Nexus 7 (2013). Numerous reports have come in about the multi-touch display as well. Apparently some users are experiencing issues with pinch to zoom, ghost taps and other odd behavior.
Back in May, Business Insider reported that Google was planning a retail store experience dedicated solely to Google Glass.
Google has been granted a new patent for "pay-per-gaze" advertising which involves using a Google Glass-like sensor to track a consumer’s eyes.
According to sources apparently close to Google's Glass team, the Google Glass will come with a price tag more than $299.
Earlier this year, Google took to the air in New Zealand to test its Project Loon balloons, blanketing remote rural areas with Internet access. The testing continues this month as Google's Project Loon expands to California.
Since Google Glass’ popularity has been on the rise, it certainly won’t be a surprise when companies come out with products to go with the search giant’s wearable tech. One such accessory is Remotte, which will be a Bluetooth joystick for the Glass.
How well does the new Nexus 7 handle drops? According to a vid from Android Authority - not so well.
Android 4.3 is here! So what's new with the latest version of Jelly Bean? Join us as we take a brief look!
Seemingly following in the footsteps of Apple's Game Center service, Google has just announced its Play Games app for Android that essentially combines the games you get from the Google Play Store with the Google+ social network.
Google’s much anticipated next-generation Nexus 7 tablet should be unveiled this week, but that doesn't mean we won’t see any more leaks related to the device. This latest leak, which seems to be a press image of the Asus-made tablet, comes from @evleaks.
GlassBridge aims to fix that by effectively acting as a bridge between the native Android experience and what you get with Google Glass.
Google has something to show/tell us come July 24th! We've also learned that Sundar Pichai will be hosting the event at 9am in San Francisco.
With Samsung’s continuous growth, Google’s only hope to avoid problems in the future might be the success of Motorola.
Google has released a new Google Maps for Android and it will be available to iOS users sometime soon. The new app is coming with a lot of interesting features, though the update also removes certain items that were available earlier.
Laporte figured that the event had to do with "the phone," but sources have indicated to CNET that Motorola has "something else to share" at the event and they're not providing any further details.
A new rumor suggests that the next-gen Nexus 7 will be available by the end of this month with Android 4.3 and a 7” 1980×1200 display.
Google reportedly is working on an Android powered games console, low cost smartphones, a smart watch, and a new Nexus Q device. The company might introduce at least one of those devices this fall.
Dr. Rafael Grossmann of the Eastern Maine Medical Center has performed a Google Glass-equipped surgery.
That's according to a new report published by Forrester Resarch, which found that 21.6 million US online consumers are willing to wear the augmented reality glasses on a daily basis.
Project Loon has been launched (no pun intended) by Google to provide high-speed Internet to more remote areas on the planet. And they're doing it with balloons.
Continuing with this trend, Google has now announced that it will be launching Google Web Designer in the "coming months."
It seems that Google has taken a stance against pornography, at least when it comes to their upcoming wearable computer, Google Glass.
If there is one universal truth on the Internet, it is this: Porn is EVERYWHERE. Soon that will include on Google Glass.
Tim Cook shares his thoughts on the Google Glass and other wearable technology at the AllThingsD D11 Conference.
Google is said to be working to introduce wireless networks for countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia via airborne balloons and blimps.
If you've been itching for the new full-screen experience for Google Maps on the web, you don't have to wait until you get that invite.
While some map solutions might have a reputation for inaccuracy, Google Maps seems to be a pretty solid choice when it comes to getting up-to-date maps.
Check out how you can update your Chrome browser now to enable Google Now style voice search.
Google has now changed its stance on the whole “loaning” part of its Google Glasses policy.
Google unveiled their Google Play gaming service at the Google I/O conference. They have announced that the old games that users were playing on Google+ will be retired next month.
Google Wallet is now available on more smartphones including the HTC One and Galaxy S4 on Sprint. Google has also announced that they are integrating Google Wallet with Gmail.
This year's Google I/O keynote didn't see hardly any hardware announcements, but it does mark the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S4 “Google Edition”.