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Everyone’s favourite source of tasty leaks, @evleaks has released a rendering of HTC‘s wearable running Android Wear. HTC is one of Google’s hardware partners for smartwatches, alongside LG, Motorola and Samsung.
Microsoft may have acquired Nokia‘s handset business, but a special technologies group which runs separately from the phone business has been developing a homescreen launcher for Android phones. The Z Launcher as it is called, is currently available in a limited pre-beta release.
Ola! The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be kicking off soon in Rio, Brazil, and the world will go inevitably crazy for futbol. But just in case you lack that little samba in your step, here are 10 things to help you into the groove.
In March, Google revealed its smartwatch-centric version of Android called Android Wear. LG is one of the lead partners along with Motorola to produce the first Android Wear-powered watches in the second quarter of 2014. The Korean electronics giant has released a video teaser of its upcoming LG G Watch and it’s looking good.
It’s been a while since I last reviewed a smartphone so it was with great anticipation that the first smartphone I got a chance to play around with after all these years was Google’s first (but sadly the last smartphone) budget-conscious smartphone, the Moto G.
Love doodles? Google has today announced the first ever ‘Doodle 4 Google’ competition in Malaysia, open to school students. Malaysia joins the ranks of several countries in the world where children are invited to create doodles based on a theme.
Last week, I wrote about how I find great irony in the fact mobile network operators (MNOs) such as the Vodafones, Oranges and SingTels of the world are today asking Internet-based over-the-top (OTT) players such as the Facebooks and Googles of the world to begin paying for what they use on top of what the former companies provide as basic […]
Google has finally joined the smartwatch game after dabbling in wearable tech with the controversial Google Glass. Just over a day ago, the tech giant teased Android Wear, a mobile operating system built specifically for wearable devices.
After being exclusive State-side for eight months, Google is now bringing its Chromecast media streaming stick to 11 additional countries including Canada, the UK and Europe.
At the two-day Pwn2own contest last week, all major web software were “pwned”. Sponsored by Hewlett-Packard and organised by HP-owned Zero-Day Initiative, a total of US$850,000 in prize money was paid out to winners. Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox browsers were hacked successfully, as well as Adobe Reader and Flash.