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There's Android code mentioning a new piece of hardware that is tangentially related to the Nexus Player. But it looks to be very early days.
Google Chromecast and Chromecast Audio Review are now available. What's new, and should you buy one, or both?
Earlier today, Android Marshmallow technically dropped on all of us. To be more specific, the public version of 6.0 got pushed and was intended for developers to work with some live software. Google promised that over-the-air updates to devices-at-large would start tumbling out in due fashion.
We’ve been wishing hard, praising the techies at Google and yet, we’re all disappointed the same in some aspects. One of these aspects was the dark theme that we so desperately wanted in those pitch black room conditions. Also not easy on the eyes was the multi-pane app [...]
Android has grown well beyond that which it was originally intended. Where did it come from and where is it now? This is the state of Android.
Google may not be interested in thermostats and smoke detectors, but could a Google smart home powered by Nest and Android @Home be in your near future?
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Windows 8.1 and all the changes we’ve seen in the preview and we also talk about some display form-factors to be considered. Then we talk about BlackBerry, the company’s terrible quarter results and the amount of units sold. Android 4.3 is next as there’s a leaked ROM for the Galaxy S4 and how you can also get it. We later take a look at some leaked photos of the Sony Honami which just made the headlines. We end today’s show talking about Google’s future move to build a smart watch, a game console, and a [...]
Rumors of new types of Android hardware include a Google smartwatch, game console, and new Nexus Q.
Get the bad news about what the new Google Play Movies update means for 2012's Nexus Q.
Find out what we know about this Nexus Q 2 candidate, thanks to some FCC paperwork.
What will be announced at Google I/O 2013? That’s the question of the hour, especially for supporters and enthusiasts of Google’s wildly popular mobile platform. The developer conference is generally where Google unveils its latest groundbreaking products, where we were first introduced to the Nexus Q, Nexus 7, Project Glass and Jelly Bean last year.
Skydivers jumped from a plane, BMX riders jumped over building gaps, and one crazed man ran down the side of a building, all to demo Glass to the world, and to deliver a Glass unit to Sergey Brin on stage.
Read about what we expect to see coming out of this year's Google I/O conference, and let us know what you want to see!
Watch as we show you how to re-lock and re-image your Google Nexus device to factory-condition.
Read about how Android 4.2's remote display feature could replace Google TV, the Nexus Q, and Chrome Books.
Read about how multiple Nexus phones from multiple manufacturers could be a very good thing... or a very bad thing.
Although I love being an early adopter, most of the time the cost of entry is very high, the potential for failure is a big unknown, and the novelty can wear off a lot faster than one would have predicted. Nevertheless, Pocketnow is here to help you through the quagmire that exists on the cutting edge!