If you’re looking to upgrade to a new Android phone but can’t choose from the vast flagship selection, Google has you covered. Their brand new web application will narrow down the choices based on the information you enter. Once you’ve clicked the ‘Get Started’ button, you are taken to a new page which lets you […]
Google have finally brought support for the Chromecast and AirPlay within their Slides application, meaning that you’ll now be able to stream your presentations onto your HDMI supported displays. Once the presentation has been streamed to a supported device, such as the Chromecast, your mobile device will act as a remote which will let you […]
After much success with the original Snapseed application, Google have just released version 2.0 of the photo editing application for iOS and Android. The update packs a number of new effects along with a much more visual and intuitive user interface, however Google decided to keep the same basic idea of sliding up or down […]
With Google’s recent announcement, it looks like they’re planning to expand further in the entertainment market — this time with audio rather than just video. The new service is called Google Cast for Audio, and it’ll allow you to use many of the well-known streaming services (strangely, not Spotify or Beats Music) and beam them […]
As expected Google have finally released their brand new flagship devices — the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. Nexus 6 Starting off with the Nexus 6 you’ll notice that it matches up with all the leaks we previously saw, especially the Moto X 2014 design. Google chose Motorola to manufacture the Nexus 6 and it seems […]
Back in July at Google I/O it was announced that Chromebooks would finally be getting Android applications and this would mean a sudden improvement in the functionality of a Chromebook. The first applications have finally made it to Chromebooks due to Google’s App Runtime for Chrome Beta. So far there are currently only four very popular […]
Google recently played a role in the arrest of a sex offender, but their intervention makes me wonder about the extent to which Google (and other tech companies for that matter) are using the data they have about us.
Through a simple new add-on for Google Maps, you can now view your location history when the account linked to your mobile device is connected to the internet.
One of the most anticipated pieces of technology, Google Glass, launched in the U.K. a couple of weeks ago and Google were very eager to show it and it’s capabilities off to the U.K. consumers at their London Glass event. Design & Fit When looking at Glass in videos or photos it doesn’t look bulky […]
Today, Google has announced a dedicated iOS app for Google Analytics too, and although it’s optimised for iPhone and iPod Touch at the moment, we’re hoping for an iPad version to be made available in the near future.