Nexus 7 First To Get Android 4.3, Coming On July 30 From $229

Nexus 7 First To Get Android 4.3, Coming On July 30 From $229

The new Nexus 7 tablet is already available for pre-order. The Nexus 7 tablet is running Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) operating system, and is the first device to get the new version of Android. Android 4.3 has been announced yesterday at Google’s special event in San Francisco. The new Android will also be coming to other Google Nexus devices.

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Google Unveils Tiny Low-Cost TV Dongle — Chromecast

Google Unveils Tiny Low-Cost TV Dongle — Chromecast

In the past, Google has made frequent attempts to gain a foothold into consumers’ drawing rooms through their TV sets. However, so far, the search giant has failed miserably. Now, the company has launched a new low-cost TV dongle called ‘Chromecast’ which can stream content from a plethora of devices.

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Moto X’s Camera User Interface And Swipe Gestures Leaks

Moto X’s Camera User Interface And Swipe Gestures Leaks

We found Moto X’s camera user interface spotted in the leaked picture. Some new image posted by Android Police shows screen captures that reportedly show Motorola’s new camera software in action.

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Google Accounts For 25% Of North American Internet Traffic

Google Accounts For 25% Of North American Internet Traffic

Google is considered the undisputed champion of the web. The company has a huge online presence, offering a multitude of wildly popular products and maintaining the search engine as the backbone of this strength. It has now been revealed that Google accounts for a whopping 25% of all the internet traffic generated from North America.

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Google Makes Spam Official With Gmail Redesign!

Google Makes Spam Official With Gmail Redesign!

Google recently rolled out a redesign for the mobile as well as the web version of Gmail inbox. The new design makes it really convenient for users to organize mail neatly. However, with the introduction of the new ‘Promotions’ tab, Google has also started dishing out ads to the users, a practice which borders on online spam.

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Upcoming Nexus 7 Press Shot Leaked, Spotted In Best Buy Ad Confriming 1080p Display

Upcoming Nexus 7 Press Shot Leaked, Spotted In Best Buy Ad Confriming 1080p Display

The upcoming Nexus 7 tab official release is just few days far away from us. But the Android tablet comes live, prolific leaker @evleaks has shared a press image of the new Nexus 7. The image doesn’t do much to confirm the 7-inch tablet’s internal specifications. However, we can see a 7-inch display, a front-facing camera, a newly added rear camera and what appears to be a notification light.

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Moto X Press Shots Leaked In Black And White

Moto X Press Shots Leaked In Black And White

Motorola confirmed the existence of the Moto X in late May. According t0 reports, Moto X will be unveiled on August 1. before the official release, we got to see some new press shots from the famous leaker @evleaks where the Moto X is spotted in glorious unicorn white and black.

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Chrome App Launcher Is Finally Available For Windows

Chrome App Launcher Is Finally Available For Windows

We’ve been waiting for Google to dish out a Chrome app launcher for Windows users. While the search giant hasn’t made any formal announcement to that end yet, it seems that the Chrome launcher for Windows has finally been released.

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Moto X Releasing On August 1 In NYC

Moto X Releasing On August 1 In NYC

It was announced that Moto X will be released sometime in August on Rogers Wireless. Lately, it’s been confirmed that Moto X will be launched on 1st August in New York City.

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Google Maps 2.0 Finally Arrives, Brings The Service To iPad

Google Maps 2.0 Finally Arrives, Brings The Service To iPad

Google has finally rolled out version 2.0 of Google Maps, equipping the new version with a number of new features. The version also comes with iPad compatibility, bringing the service to the tablet for the first time. Among the new features are the ability to get live traffic updates, event reports as well as indoor maps.

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To Defy Government Surveillance, Google Tests Encryption Of Drive Files

To Defy Government Surveillance, Google Tests Encryption Of Drive Files

The recent PRISM leaks show that the U.S. government has been working closely with certain companies in order to get its hands on users’ data. Google categorically denied any such collaboration with the authorities and the company is now testing the encryption of Google Drive files in order to thwart any government surveillance attempts.

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UK Will Test Driverless Cars On Roads By 2013 End

UK Will Test Driverless Cars On Roads By 2013 End

The notion of driverless cars once seemed something out of fiction but it is increasingly becoming a reality. Until now, such cars in UK were being tested on private property but now, the UK government has stated that these driverless cars can be tested on roads by the end of 2013.

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Google Is Seeking License For Internet-Streamed Television Service

Google Is Seeking License For Internet-Streamed Television Service

Recently, many tech sites reported about Apple trying to finalize deals with content producers, so as to kick start its own online video streaming services. Now, reports suggest that Google is making a similar move, trying to bag the license for an Internet TV streaming service.

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Google Revamps The Web Interface Of Google Play Store

Google Revamps The Web Interface Of Google Play Store

Google has revamped the Web interface of its Google Play Store, making it look a lot like the Android version of the store. The redesigned outlook of the Web version of the Store makes it a lot easier to find app details without having to scroll and navigate through different tabs.

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New Leak Reveals Moto X With Interface Tweaks

New Leak Reveals Moto X With Interface Tweaks

Google and Motorola finally confirmed the existence of the Moto X in early July. Now this new leaked image from Android Central shows the home screen of a Moto X running on Verizon.

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