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Android 4.4 KitKat Is The Next Version of Android (9/3/2013) - Android chief Sundar Pichai tweeted a picture of a gigantic Android KitKat robot in front of the Google base to celebrate that Android recently hit 1 Billion Activations. After Jelly Bean the next version of Android OS will be called KitKat under the number of 4.4 and promises to make amazing Android experience for everybody. […]
Top 8 Android Tablets (2013 August) (8/16/2013) - We’ve selected the 8 most popular 7-8 inch size Android tablet hits from Amazon and put them in order according to customers’ ratings and the number of customers who rated them. The list includes tablets from 2012 and 2013. We read the feedbacks and our #1 criteria was the popularity and customer satisfaction. If you click […]
Is Google the Center of the Online Universe? (8/15/2013) - I could list tens if not hundreds of startups that have changed the e-world around us but I’d say Google is the most innovative internet “startup” up to date. They organized and made it possible to find whatever information you are looking for online. It’s true there were other companies addressing the same issue years […]
NASA sending Google’s Project Tango smartphone to space to improve flying robots (4/19/2014) -

An experimental NASA robot could get a big upgrade thanks to Google. The two parties have been working together to integrate Google's Project Tango smartphone prototype — which can detect and map the world around it using a series of sensors — onto NASA's SPHERES — brightly colored, volleyball-sized robots designed to float around the International Space Station and assist astronauts. Right now, the SPHERES can perform basic navigation inside of a limited section of the ISS by using ultrasound and detecting infrared light, but using Tango's more detailed detection methods, NASA hopes to let the robots explore more of the station and navigate entirely on their own.

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My week with the Google Play Edition HTC One (4/18/2014) -

I like things pure. I don't put sugar in my coffee, there are no bumper stickers on my car, and I typically don't put a case on any smartphone I own. Google's special Google Play Edition smartphones have always appealed to me: I can get the best hardware in the Android world, without any of the software garbage that manufacturers typically add to the platform. But that doesn't always make for the best option: in the case of the Sony Z Ultra, Sony's version proved to be a better smartphone than the one with strictly Google's software.

Like last year, Google is selling its own version of the new One, the clumsily named HTC One (M8) Google Play Edition for $699 unlocked. It's the same impressive hardware as the standard One, but it...

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Project Ara: our best look yet at Google’s new modular smartphone (4/18/2014) -

This week in Mountain View, Google held its first-ever developer conference for Project Ara. Developed by a small team within the company called ATAP staffed with ex-DARPA engineers and some of the brightest minds at Google, Ara is a mission to make a modular smartphone. It'd be the last phone you ever needed to buy, because you'd be able to swap out everything from the camera to the display to the battery, in order to always have the exact phone you want.

For ATAP and Google, the goal is...

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