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Google Announces The Nexus 5

Google Announces The Nexus 5

Google have today announced the release of their latest Nexus device – the Nexus 5. Sporting a larger screen, sleeker design, and an all round gorgeous package, the Nexus 5 is really one to watch. Specifications The device is produced in collaboration with LG, and sports both 16GB and 32GB versions in both black and white, and a stunning 4.9″ screen. Here’s a list of the full spe... »

Google Announces Intel Haswell Powered Chromebooks

Google Announces Intel Haswell Powered Chromebooks

Chromebooks are taking the laptop market by storm at the moment. With a 20-25% market share of the $300 or less computer market, it’s hard to ignore them. I myself am writing this very post from my Samsung Series 5 550 Chomebook. But things are only just getting started for Google and their raft of Chromebooks, as the new generation Haswell powered Chromebook has been recently unveiled by In... »

Google’s latest Mobile OS Version Will Be Android Kit Kat 4.4

Google’s latest Mobile OS Version Will Be Android Kit Kat 4.4

From Gingerbread, to Honeycomb, to the Jelly Bean, every Android release has a sweet name and to celebrate one billion devices powered the mobile operating system, Google just announced the code name of the upcoming version: Android Kit Kat 4.4. We all thought that the next release of Android will have Key Lime Pie as it’s code name, but Google & Nestle executives got together and surpri... »

What Do You Do With Your Tablet PC?

What Do You Do With Your Tablet PC?

Whether your device is a 5″ Galaxy Note, a 7″ Nexus 7, or a 10″ iPad or Nexus device, tablet PC’s are becoming commonplace in both households and offices around the world. But what do you use yours for? Lately, reports say that non-iOS (iPad) devices are gaining a strong foothold in the tablet market, mainly those powered by Google’s mobile Operating System Android &... »

Google Announces The New Chromecast TV Streamer

Google Announces The New Chromecast TV Streamer

It’s been a Google extravaganza over the last 24 hours, with the new Nexus 7 and Android Jelly Bean 4.3 being announced. Google haven’t stopped there. They have also announce the Google Chromecast, an extremely cheap ($35) 2″ device that allows you to stream online content such as YouTube, Google Play Media and Netflix direct to your TV via a HDMI port. In the announcement on the... »

Samsung Series 3 Chromebook – First Impressions

Samsung Series 3 Chromebook – First Impressions

So I recently took the plunge and decided to buy myself a Samsung Series 3 Chromebook, running, of course, Google’s Chrome OS. I’ve been using the device for most of the day and this is my first post on the device. Reviews of this device are ten to the dozen, plus I don’t really think I’ve had the device long enough to warrant a full review. So for now I thought I’d s... »

Google App Launcher allows you to easily access your Google web apps in Windows

Google App Launcher allows you to easily access your Google web apps in Windows

Anyone with a Chromebook will be familiar with the Google App Launcher. Basically it’s a small menu that contains all the shortcuts to the Google web apps you have “installed” within Chrome. Now you can have that same app launcher within Windows. Pretty much anyone who uses the Internet today will be using at least one of Google’s many services. Whether that be Gmail, Googl... »

Google Reader Has Gone. What Now? How about Tiny Tiny RSS?

Google Reader Has Gone. What Now? How about Tiny Tiny RSS?

So today marks the end of the internet as we know it…Google Reader is officially dead! However will we continue to get all of our aggregated content in a way that we know and love? We’ve previously covered other alternatives like Feedly, but today we’re going to tell you about a great open source alternative called Tiny Tiny RSS which allows you to roll your own RSS system. But ... »

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