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December 15, 2014

YouTube for Android get Offline Playback, Now in PH

Google-owned video streaming website has recently announced that the Android version of the YouTube app will have a new feature called Offline Playback. The said feature will initially be rolled out in select countries (India and Indonesia), including the Philippines.

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December 01, 2014

Google appoints new Country Manager for PH

Google Philippines has announced today that a new Country Manager has been appointed by the internet search giant to run its local offices here in the country.

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November 13, 2014

Google’s Public Alert now warns Philippines of typhoons

Published at Google Asia Pacific Blog, the company announced that they teamed up with PAGASA to give warning to Filipinos when a typhoon is entering the PAR. The idea is to give people details and tips on what to do as well as where best to go when these calamities happen. Continue Reading

November 11, 2014

Project Ara pushes on, shows off a new working module

During a press preview held last weekend over in New York City, Google gave an update on what have been the latest developments for the smartphone that many are eagerly looking forward to – the unique Project Ara. They also showcased a new module that could very well open up new possibilities for the device. Continue Reading

October 27, 2014

L is for Lockdown: Increased security makes Android Lollipop harder to root

If you’re one who likes rooting your devices to load your ROMs or custom operating systems such as Cyanogenmod, there’s a huge chance that you’ll find it almost impossible in Android Lollipop.

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October 26, 2014

Android Lollipop is arriving on November 3

When Android Lollipop was first announced to the public, there was no time frame given for its availability. Now, It has been reported that Google will officially release the new software on November 3.

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October 24, 2014

Android Wear to get GPS support and offline music

Google‘s very own smartwatch operating system, Android Wear, will receive its first major update since its initial release. It will bring some useful features that could make our wrist computers better.
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October 23, 2014

Google launches Inbox, a smarter way to Email

Google‘s Gmail team just launched a new app. Nope, not one of those Gmail app updates, but a new application called Inbox, redefining the way you use your email everyday. Continue Reading

October 22, 2014

Google launches Security Key, aims for a safer Internet

Google has recently announced that it’s intensifying its security measures against phishing or unauthorized access to one’s account with the help of a device called Security Key.

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October 21, 2014

The flavors of Android through the years

In celebration of the new Android 5.0 “Lollipop”, we collated the sweet history of Android versions since its launch back in 2008.
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October 18, 2014

Flappy Bird clone is Android Lollipop’s easter egg

One of the fun thing about Android is their easter eggs. Each new version, or should we say flavor, comes with a unique one, and this time, it’s something familiar.
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October 18, 2014

Nexus 6 has a ‘hidden’ feature not seen on its specs list

Google’s homepage for the new Motorola Nexus 6 details its specs and lists down its notable features, but there might be something that they have missed – mentioning that the latest Nexus phone is water-resistant as well. Continue Reading

October 17, 2014

Our top 6 functions and features of Android Lollipop 5.0

Google has just made official its latest OS version – the Android Lollipop 5.0. They’ve released a slew of improvements and at the same time introduced new functionalities. We picked our top 6 features and listed them down below. Let’s get to it. Continue Reading

October 16, 2014

#TBT: Evolution of the Google Nexus smartphone

A few times before, we did a timeline for each of Apple’s iPhone releases, up to the point of celebrating seven years of the Cupertino’s flagship smartphone. With the announcement of the new Nexus handset, it’s fitting that we do the same too — a timeline of Google’s smartphone devices that are often seen as torchbearers of each of their new operating system version releases.

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October 16, 2014

Google introduces the Asus Nexus Player

Along with the launch of Android Lollipop and the Nexus 6 and 9, Google also launched an entertainment device what it calls the Nexus Player made by Taiwanese electronic giant Asus.

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October 16, 2014

Google unveils the HTC Nexus 9

Along with the new Nexus 6, Google also announced the Nexus 9 – an 8.9-inch tablet manufactured by HTC and will serve as a successor to the now ageing Nexus 10.

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October 16, 2014

It’s official: Android L is Lollipop

After months of speculation over the new Android L name, internet search giant Google has finally unveiled the name to follow Kitkat: Android Lollipop.

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October 16, 2014

Google officially unveils the Motorola Nexus 6

Google has take the wraps off of its newest Nexus smartphone. The Nexus 6, just like it was rumored to be called, sports a huge display with 2K resolution and a speedy Snapdragon processor. Read more details after the break. Continue Reading

October 15, 2014

New Android ads surfaced prior to the announcement

As the world of technology awaits the announcement of Android 5.0, Droid Life has uploaded the user-posted Android ads from reddit.
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October 10, 2014

Google Camel: Google Maps Street View for the Desert

Will Google’s very high tech way to map cities, streets and space, it chose the most conventional solution to map vast amounts of desert land. It’s called Google Camel.

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October 07, 2014

Nexus 6 benchmark surfaces, beats iPhone 6 & Galaxy S5

After seeing the leaked specs of Google’s Nexus 6 (aka Motorola Shamu/Nexus X), a benchmark now surfaces with quite impressive scores. Continue Reading

October 04, 2014

New iPad and Nexus devices? What we expect to launch this October

September’s got a lot of surprises tucked under its sleeve. We’ve kicked off October (in local time) with the Windows 10 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launch announcements. What more can we expect from the other tech giants this month?

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October 01, 2014

Specs and features of Motorola Nexus 6 get leaked

After being given a tease of what we could be seeing when Motorola’s Nexus 6 arrives, more details have emerged and are reported to be confirmed by a source. Continue Reading

September 30, 2014

First working Project Ara coming this December, runs modified Android L

The people over at Phonebloks just updated their blog that says Google’s Project Ara is right on track for its January 2015 release. To show its progress, there’s going to be a second dev conference by the end of the year where a fully-functioning Ara phone prototype will make its very first appearance. It is also reported that it will be running a modified version of Android L.

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September 23, 2014

New batch of affordable Android One phones to launch soon

Following the success of the first batch of Android One devices in India, phone makers are now prepping for a second wave of inexpensive smartphones to release before the year ends. Continue Reading