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New Leak Shows Detailed Nexus 5 – Googler Left It At Some Bar “Accidentally”

First it was Kit Kat statue unveiling video made by Google itself, then the FCC filings and now some Google employee left Google Nexus 5 at a local bar, and the bar worker got chance to get up close and personal with the cupcake scheduled this year. So here we are, the internet is rocking with [...]

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Would you buy a $99 Android Jellybean running tablet?

2012 had been a year of tablets, and since the world did not end today (21/12/2012) we have much more to expect. The latest information comes in from the house of ACER who promises to bring a $99 tablet to us by the year 2013. This is going to trigger a war i think, Google’s Nexus [...]

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Get Google Books, magazines access outside of US/UK

One of the reasons why i bought a Google device was quite frankly its ability to access features like Google Books, sadly however, i soon found out that they were inaccessible outside US or UK. Since then i had been a little disappointed, i mean, why would you restrict probably the best feature of owning [...]

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Google releases Maps for iOS 6 and iPhone 5, brings back turn by turn navigation and directions

The wait is over for the iOS users as Google has finally released Google maps on schedule and as promised. It was surprising to see that Apple ditched Google Maps, which are the best source and the most reliable for navigation for it’s home brewed solution i.e. Apple maps. Apple maps have received a lot [...]

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You can enable LTE on Nexus 4, here is how you do it

When Nexus 4 appeared before our eyes, everyone was a little skeptical about the phone, but since it’s official release and a very reasonable price tag of $300, the phone flew off the shelves in less than an hour. Still, besides the premium hardware and price, the phone was hammered due to the lack of [...]

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Malware and Scam hitting big on Android platform, who is to blame ?

The two mobile giants, Apple and android love to pull each other’s leg, although I am a true android fan and love how much freedom I get for a lot less cost, there are some areas I wish android was like Apple. First of which is the Application section, apps on Apple are more “refined” [...]

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Is Nexus 4 worth the hype despite the low memory and no LTE

It has been only a couple of years since Google jumped in with their own branded gadgets that grabbed some attention, I know that they were in the game since the beginning, but they hardly managed to make the news as they were mostly over shadowed by other gadgets. Now however, things have changed, the [...]

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Google Announces another Chromebook, this time Acer takes a shot

Another day, another gadget. This time around Google took its turn and announced another Chromebook, this one in comparison is designed and made by Acer and will be slightly different than the Chrome book made by Samsung. The new chrome book is extremely aggressively priced, I am confused if I should go for the Nexus 7 [...]

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Is Google Chromebook a Notebook Replacement Yet?

One of the gadgets that caught my eyes was the Google chrome book. Built like MAC Book Air, the .69 inches thick webOS running chromebook is quite exciting. Featuring a young but feature packed OS i.e. Chrome OS, the Chromebook leaves a lasting impression. But the fact remains; can it be used as a complete [...]

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Will it blend? iPad mini, Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire HD

Over the years, the CEO of Blendtec blender, Tom Dickson himself has blended many gadgets to show the strength of the blenders his company produces. The latest victims to his “Heart-breaking” acts are none other than iPad mini, Nexus 7 and amazon kindle fire HD (*Sniff*). the staggering thing is that these blenders actually do perform [...]

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