LG Electronics (“LG”) is working closely once again with Google on its LG G Watch smartwatch, which will be powered by the just-announced Android Wear platform. Android Wear, is Android built specifically for wearable.
Google has outed a Google Play Edition of the budget Moto G smartphone. The popular smartphone will cost US$179 and US$199 for the 8GB and 16GB variants respectively.
Google Maps, the market leader in mapping across platforms, has finally made turn-by-turn navigation in Malaysia. Google released an updated Google Maps app for Android last week bringing key enhancements to the popular app. An iOS version for iPhone and iPad is reportedly coming soon.
The best map app is back on iOS. As much fun it is to laugh at the inception like images and inaccurate directions of the iOS maps, the joke has gotten old and we need our reliable map back once again.
In September, Apple dropped a bombshell on its iOS user base. It removed the popular Google Maps app from the latest iteration of its mobile OS – iOS 6. Apple’s own Maps had all the bells and whistles – a sleek interface, vector graphics, fanciful 3D flybys. But ultimately, fundamentally flawed.
Researchers from North Carolina State University recently published a video demonstrating how a mobile app can simulate the reception of a SMS message from a spoofed source. In a blog post on Symantec’s official blog, Symantec reportedly found SMS spoofing codes in 200 apps found on Google Play Store, with millions of combined downloads. SMS spoofing can be used […]
Did you buy the sexy new Nexus 7 just before the price drop on October 29? Fret not, ASUS and Google are playing kind fairy godmothers. The two partners are offering compensation for affected buyers. For Europe buyers who purchased the tablet from ASUS prior to October 30 are eligible to redeem a £25 or […]
At the Google I/O keynote earlier today, Google revealed that a million Android smartphones and tablets are sold each day, totaling 400 million devices in total. That’s a whole lot of phones.
I join pals from Lowyat.NET, Soyacincau.com, CHIP mag and a media friend to geek out and talk about Google I/O on Google+ Hangout. Plenty of fun amidst the exciting announcements on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Nexus 7 tablet and Nexus Q. Check out the video below:
At the Google I/O keynote in San Francisco, Google took the wraps of the latest iteration of its mobile OS – Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the fastest and smoothest version of Android yet. Google demonstrated a newer, more refined UI, faster performance, a revamped and more enhanced notifications system, new accessibility features, offline voice capabilities and more.