Google is once again throwing out the deals for Chromecast buyers, this time giving you 2 months of Hulu Plus with your purchase of a Chromecast streaming device.
Project Ara’s impending release date is rapidly approaching, and as we get closer, the news gets juicier.
Next month is shaping up to be a promising one for Google. The company is expected to unveil the next round of Nexus devices and Android L. While the HTC-made Nexus tablet is essentially a lock to debut, the existence of a phone is a little iffy. Today, Google’s phone plans have been confirmed. The Nexus 6 is real and Motorola is behind it.
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Google details the development process for Android Auto
Waze update adds Places! information
More Motorola DROID Turbo details emerge via GFXBench
The aptly named Forms arm of Google Drive has been updated today. The update focuses on search, management, and URLs. Underneath the Help tab, Forms has a new search bar to find things a lot easier. The shortcut to cue the search bar is “Alt+/.” The management tools have to do with the questions included and they can now be shuffled and given a limited amount of responses. Finally, users can share a form with a short URL provided by Google.
Source: Google Drive Blog (Official)
The Pebble smartwatches are still among the best available. Through Best Buy, you can pick up the base model or Pebble Steel at a discount. The base model is available in your choice of black, white, or red with a $99 price tag. This is down from $50. The Pebble Steel, available in black or silver with leather bands, has also been knocked down to $199. If the leather bands are not quite your taste, Best Buy has the metal bands for $19.
Let us know in the comments if you purchase a Pebble smartwatch with this deal.
Source: Best Buy [Pebble Link - $99] [Pebble Steel Link - $199]
In 2015, the latest round of flagship devices will feature Snapdragon 810 and 808 processors. The two Snapdragon processors, developed by Qualcomm, have 32- and 64-bit support. The company has sent them out to hardware manufacturers with the first half of next year being the scheduled arrival for consumer devices.
During an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit last night, two members of the OnePlus team confirmed that the Chinese company is already working on a scaled-down successor to its flagship smartphone, the OnePlus One.
Google turned sixteen a couple of days ago and to celebrate its birthday the company’s social media team took to Twitter to share a GIF of a gigantic birthday cake aptly decorated with a selection of colorful lollipops.
Waze has rolled out an update to their application adding some new features. Extending their user-submitted data model, Waze now lets users submit information on local places. Users can add or edit information related to businesses or residential locations. This could include information about parking options or whether a location has drive-thru services available. Users can also submit photos to help other Waze users recognize a location when they arrive.