Posts Tagged ‘google’
 
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Google to spend Rs 100 crore for Android One campaigning in India

Google earlier this week announced it’s Android One initiative in India. Now, Google is said to be planning on spending as much as Rs 100 crore in Android One campaigning in India, Economic Times reports.
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From competitors to partners to nobody:Tim Cook

When being asked about rivals Cook claims that Apple finds Google “much above everyone else”. The reason being Android’s monumental growth,enabling other companies like Samsung to compete with Apple on other spaces as well. But...

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Google is bringing YouTube in offline mode in India

Apart from launching Android One smartphones, Google today announced it will also bring the capability to download YouTube videos and play them back in offline mode when they don’t have data connectivity. Without giving any tim...

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Google catches new partners for Android One smartphones

Google today took the wraps off Android One in India today, launching three new smartphones with its hardware partners Micromax, Karbonn and Spice. At the event, the search giant also announced nine new hardware partners who wi...


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Android One smartphones from Micromax, Karbonn and Spice will be Amazon, Snapdeal and Flipkart exclusive

Yesterday, Karbonn teased the launch of its Android One smartphone on Snapdeal. Now, Google’s other two hardware partners Micromax and Spice too have released teasers for their forthcoming Android One smartphones. Micromax will...
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Android Wear’s cleaner UI compared with Apple Watch

One thing that Apple has always done exceptionally well is to make clean, intuitive user interfaces that don’t overload you with too many unnecessary distractions. That’s why it’s somewhat surprising to see, at least at first g...


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Google reveals that less than 100,000 leaked Gmail passwords would have actually worked

Nearly five million Gmail usernames and passwords were leaked on a Russian forum. However, Google has allayed fears saying that less than two percent of the username and password combination actually works.
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5 million Gmail account passwords leaked, here’s how to find if your account is in the list

Close to five million Gmail usernames and passwords have been compromised on the notorious Russian Bitcoin forum. The good news is that much of the account information is old (possibly out-of-date), and the administrator of the...


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Nexus 5 (2014) Android 5.0 Lion spotted in alleged GFXBench test

Following two potential Android L name candidates that appeared in recent leaks (Lollipop and Lemon Meringue Pie), a new report seems to indicate a different name for Google’s upcoming huge Android L release — and just like las...

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Nexus 7 (2014) FCC listing actually describes Project Tango

A 7-inch Google tablet has been spotted at the FCC, but it isn’t the third-generation Nexus 7 version that some Android fans would like to see in stores. Droid-Life has mentioned the FCC listing for a device identified as the A...

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Sundar Pichai will be in India to launch Android One smartphones on September 15th

We might finally have a confirmation of sorts that Google is launching its first series of Android One smartphones in India at its September 15 press conference. The confirmation comes in the form of the presence of Sundar Pich...
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Android Wear 2.0 update to be released on October 15th

Although all eyes in the tech industry are focused on the competing flagship smartphone releases this fall, there’s another interesting battle heating up in wearables. According to the latest rumors, Apple’s iWatch isn’t going ...



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Android Wear update schedule reportedly has 2 major updates coming later this year

The very first Android Wear smartwatches launched earlier this summer, but now that the Moto 360 is finally shipping, it’s fair to say that Google’s new mobile operating system has officially arrived. Just a couple of months af...
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We might finally know the official name of Android L soon

There has been plenty of speculation surrounding the upcoming Android L update, but more than two months later, Google still hasn’t given us an official name. Traditionally, Android releases have been paired with names of desse...

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Now there’s a simple way to find all of the most gorgeous looking Android apps

Google is clearly very proud of both its upcoming Android L release and the Material Design UI that it wants Android developers to use to make their apps look better than ever. 9to5Google points us to a new page on the Google P...

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You won’t have to worry about fragmentation on Google’s latest Android initiative

Google may have an Android fragmentation problem but the company will finally get to push software updates without interference from device makers and mobile operators to a certain kind of new product, CNET reveals.


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Store listing reveals more details about Nexus X device

The Nexus X is reportedly going to be the name of the Google’s next Nexus handset, and the smartphone has again been spotted on a retailer’s website.
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Nexus 9 specs confirmed, likely to get 64-bit NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor

Various reports have so far detailed the HTC-made Nexus 9 that Google is expected to soon launch, and TKTechNews, a source of plenty of mobile leaks in the recent past, has now provided an alleged screenshot of CPU-Z running on...


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This Google Now trick fools your phone to adopt a British accent

Ever wish that your Android smartphone could sound a tad more posh? Well now there’s a way. YouTube user shadow321337 has posted a new video that shows how you can trick Google Now into adopting a British accent in the easiest ...
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Nexus X leak confirms monster specs and new Android L details

Various reports have recently claimed that Google’s upcoming new Nexus device will not be called the Nexus 6 as expected, but instead will get a unique Nexus X moniker. TKTechNews, one of the sources of previous leaks, has retu...


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Here’s why you’re not behind the wheel of Google’s self-driving car

It was inevitable that Google would have to overcome a few obstacles to make its self-driving car a reality. Despite months of successful tests, government officials and the general public are still concerned about the safety r...

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Google’s upcoming Nexus 9 to launch soon

The high-end Nexus 9 tablet HTC is said to be making for Google this year is one step closer to launch, as documents found on Wi-Fi Alliance, the wireless certification site, have confirmed that such a device actually exists. A...

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“Life” at the mercy of God or Google

Calico, the company launched by Google, last September , with an aim to find ways to cure death has now come up with its own official website. The core idea of the company, not revealed during the inaugural, is to basically con...
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This new Gmail trick will keep you safe from phishing attacks and spammers

Google on Tuesday announced a new interesting update for its email service, which will hopefully help thwart scammers’ phishing email plans in the future and stop some spamming campaigns. Gmail will henceforward reject suspicio...






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