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If you were one of the few folks out there dying to get your hands on the Nexus Q, we have some bad news for you- it seems that Google is delaying Nexus Q for now. According to Google, they received enough response that more features and services were wanted for the Nexus Q and they have decided to delay the device in order to beef up the features it has to offer.
A set of documents have leaked out that Apple plans to use in court, in which Google warned Samsung that the design for the Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Tab 10.1 were too similar and even famous designers apparently cautioned Samsung that the Galaxy S looked too much like the iPhone because of its shape and overall design elements.
Want to get your hands on Google Now but not willing to wait for Jelly Bean to make its way over to your Android device? If you happen to have an Ice Cream Sandwich system, it is actually possible to get Google Now thanks to a newly discovered method by febycv, a user on the XDA Developers Forums.
Here we go again. Rumors of a smaller Apple iPad have been around for as long as the iPad itself, but with the arrival of the Google Nexus 7, a so-called iPad Mini could really see the light of day.
Recently Google confirmed that Android Jelly Bean is indeed on its way, adding new features and debuting alongside the new Nexus 7 tablet. The new OS version is set to arrive first with the Nexus 7, and will start to show up as an update on older handsets this July. So what exactly is different this time around?
Do you have some old tablets and other mobile devices kicking around the house that you don't want anymore? GameStop wants to help you, letting you trade in your old junk as you place your pre-order for a new Nexus 7 tablet.
The Google I/O event has seen a lot of interesting releases and announcements, and one of these if the first public build of Google Earth's 3D flyover features.
Its seems that Google's Chrome isn't just making its way over to Android, an iOS version will be available as well.
You can expect to get tabbed browsing, of course, but Chrome for Android also has incognito. There's also the ability to sync your open tabs with your desktop to read later and the ability to switch tabs "the way you would fan a deck of cards."
There is something extraordinarily alien looking about the new Nexus Q media player. This odd shaped media player is a ball that plays music, movies and other social activities.
Recently the Google Nexus 7 was leaked out as a supposed $199 Asus/Google tablet that everyone had been talking about for the last few months. Today, Google confirmed that the Nexus 7 was indeed real.
We've seen Google TV implemented in certain HDTVs and Blu-ray players already, but the NSZ-GS7 will be Sony's first standalone set top box to feature the Google TV platform.
Interested in getting your hands on a Google Nexus tablet? From the sounds of it, this dream is coming closer to a reality with the Google/Asustek jointly developed tablet set to officially be unveiled at the Google I/O developer event hosted from the 27th to 29th of June.
You've developed what you believe to be a groundbreaking Android app, only to have it slammed by some unfair user reviews. Google is now allowing devs to reply to these comments in the Google Play Store.
Google's instant sharing system for the music and movies on your various devices makes Google Play quite useful, but the truth is that most of the more casual PC, tablet and smartphone users don't know just how useful Play can be. In order to solve that problem, Google has uploaded some pretty unique videos to the web in order to advertise its Google Play service and explain it in a very simple way.
One of the many changes that you'll find in iOS 6 is the departure away from Google Maps and toward Apple's own Maps app...
If you like the idea of living completely in the cloud, but you're not sold on bringing a Chromebook around with you, the Google Chromebox could be the answer for you.
Google Street View technology shows just how powerful the technology could eventually become, but beyond that it also is a great way to express yourself artistically, or at least that is what "A Ghost Train" decided.
While Google still has a long way to go before the AR experience is complete, it has released the first video sample from Project Glass, posting the video on YouTube in 720p.
It seems that Google's 7-inch tablet PC is schedule for a full release in July, with an initial batch of 600,000 units shipping as early as June. According to the information cited, supposedly from sources within the supply chain, Asus is co-developing the device and the entry-level tablet will be around $200 or less.
Eight months after Google announced its $12.5 billion cash purchase of Motorola Mobility, it's all over and completed.
I've been using Google Chrome for quite some time, never really looking back to Firefox or Internet Explorer as a viable alternative. Now, it seems that I am in the majority, statistics show that Google Chrome has indeed become the most popular web browser in the world.
In order to get a little more control back, Google is reportedly planning to sell more contract-free “Nexus” branded devices in the near future.
It seems that the Google car has managed to drive impressively for the Department of Motor Vehicles in Nevada, awarding it a driver's license. That's right, Google's autonomous car is the world's first vehicle to legally be approved for driving on US roads with no human intervention required.
They knew. They knew all along that the Street View software was actively collecting all sorts of personal information from users without their knowledge, yet they continued... until we found out we were being violated.
Amid a vast sea of existing online storage options, such as Dropbox or iCloud, Google has now launched its own Google Drive storage solution.
Most of us have probably already heard that Microsoft is planning to change the status quo by introducing major changes to its familiar Windows UI in Windows 8, this includes removing the traditional start button and bar. In the light of this move, Google also seems to be changing the way it thinks with its newest version of Google Chrome OS. The upcoming version does away with the one-window browser system, in favor of a brand new interface that it is called Aura. As you can see from the screenshot, it looks quite a bit like Windows 7.
Wouldn't it be convenient if you could just look up at the sky and you'd instantly see the weather report? Wouldn't it be nice if you could get walking directions overlaid with what you're really seeing? All this and more will be possible thanks to Google's Project Glass.
Rumors about a so-called Nexus tablet from Google have been flying around for a while. What you see above comes to us from Pocketnow and the pictured device is purported to be the search giant’s upcoming tablet. Could it be the cheap stock Android Nexus tablet meant to compete against the new iPad?
It seems that Google has created a vending machine for its Mountain View headquarters that dispenses computer accessories. This is exactly what Facebook did back in the spring of 2011.
You've seen it before in movies like Total Recall and iRobot, self-driving cars sound cool, you can get trashed with your friends then not worry about driving home later that night. But there's much more to this than an inebriated night out with the boys, people with disabilities such as the visually impaired could use self-driving cars to open up an whole new world that would allow them to go where they wish freely and independently.
Now, it looks like OpenStreetMap has gained itself another big ally in its war against Google Maps. Microsoft is on board.
Talks about Google Drive (GDrive) first started way back in 2006 and there have been no shortage of rumors and speculations regarding the mysterious online storage service ever since. But it appears like the service is finally going to launch. According to GigaOM's Om Malik, who got tipped off by “well placed sources”, Google Drive will arrive in the first week of April 2012.
I would say, that’s why we are hooked to Google in the first place. And the internet giant is making millions out of it too. Now they are planning to take personalized advertisements and Google’s trademark “search suggestions” to the next level by getting into much more personal realms.
As it turns out, Google could be looking to be even more aggressive with its pricing for the Nexus Tablet, getting it down as low as $149. That significantly undercuts just about everyone else in the market
We know that many of you have been waiting for a while for this moment; the Sparrow mail app is finally available for the iPhone. From now on, you will be able to enjoy a simplified way of checking your Gmail, iCloud and other accounts.
Well, I guess Google Chrome isn't impenetrable after all. A total of $1 million in prizes was recently offered by Google to anyone who could exploit the Chrome browser and, for the most part, people failed. That has now changed. At the Google Pwnium hackathon, a Russian university student has been able to hack his way through the cloud OS and earn himself the top prize.
As the war between iOS and Android rages on, it looks like Apple is slowly but surely moving away from Google services. The latest stab comes in the form of Apple abandoning Google Maps for the map-based features in the newest version of iPhoto.
If you have an Android smartphone or tablet, then you'll know that voice search is already an integrated feature in Google's mobile OS. The Siri voice assistant in the iPhone 4S is stealing some serious thunder, so it looks like Google wants to fight back with something simply named Assistant.
Google made the official announcement today that, going forward, Android Market would be known as Google Play, integrating with other Google purchase platforms.
It's been postulated for some time that Google was working on a so-called Nexus tablet that would fundamentally follow in the footsteps of its Nexus family of smartphones. Now, we're hearing that it could be Asus that will be charged with building the pure Google tablet.
There are all kinds of rumors swirling around that Google is preparing a self-branded Android tablet, but apparently it's not joining the Nexus family. Instead, it could be called the Google "Play" tablet.
And so, Google has now announced that it will put a "do not track" button in its web browser, effectively letting users decide if they want Google to track what they do or not.
Oh the irony of it all. We've all seen the commercials where Microsoft is telling us to go "to the cloud," but now the Big M has unleashed a vicious campaign aimed squarely at attacking the cloud-based solution we know as Google Apps.
You know how the informal slogan at Google is "don't be evil." Yeah, it looks like that philosophy has long since been thrown out the window and now it's continuing with some unauthorized iPhone tracking.
Microsoft may be the one who keeps telling us to go "to the cloud," but it looks like Google is the real heavyweight who wants to compete in that arena. And that's exactly what the rumored upcoming product called Google Drive is trying to acheive.
Google Chrome has finally hit Android mobile devices, well, those that happen to be lucky enough to run Android 4.0 at least. According to Google Chrome blog, the new Chrome app is all about Chrome such as speed and simplicity, a (supposedly) no compromise browser that is every bit as good as the desktop version many of us have come to know and love.
The lost city of Atlantis disappears again and who else could trigger the vanishing act in the 21st century other than Google!
The Google Goggles app on Android phones is pretty neat, being able to recognize objects in the real world and provide you with relevant information, but it doesn't exactly happen in real time. Google wants to change that by entering the realm of true augmented reality.
That's why Google has come forward to announce a new service called "Bouncer." Yeah, Android Market is the hippest night club in town and it's not going to put up with belligerant drunks and would-be thieves. Get out, buddy. You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here.