Google is rolling out a very interesting new feature with Google Play Services 10.2. It’s called “Instant Tethering” and lets you automatically tether compatible Android devices when one loses a connection. If one device loses connection, it’ll ask if you want to tether to another device that has a connection and is on the same [...]
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Up to this point, 7-inch tablets appeared to have dropped off the Google radar considering it’s been three years since the company launched the Nexus 7. There’s been the Nexus 9 and Nexus 10, and even the Pixel C, but anyone who has been waiting for a new 7-inch tablet has been left to do [...]
Report: Pixel Phones, Google Home, Daydream VR, and a 4K Chromecast will launch on 10/4.
Google is starting to roll out the latest version of Android. If you have a Nexus device, you can grab the update now. While many of the biggest improvements — like longer battery life, better security updates and VR-ready features —...
Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. 1. Google has launched Android Nougat, the next version of its mobile operating system. It is out of beta, and starting to roll out to Nexus smartphones. 2. Gawker has closed.
Researchers have discovered a new form of Android malware, and it's pretty scary how many phones are vulnerable. If you have Google's Nexus 5X, Nexus 6 or Nexus 6P, HTC's One M9 or HTC 10, BlackBerry's DTEK50, or Samsung's Galaxy S7
Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. 1. Google is reportedly working on developing its own smartphone. The company currently licenses the Nexus line of phones with companies like LG and Huawei. 2. Uber is going to start letting people request a hot air balloon or boat ride.
For those based in the United States, Google is giving you the opportunity to win one of 10 free Nexus Live cases.
Sign up for Google's Local Guides contest and you could win a Live Case for your Nexus 6P or 5X for reviewing the places you've visited with Google Maps.
Windows 10 Anniversary Update requires more RAM, WhatsApp Gold is nothing but malware, the Google Nexus Player is no more, Google Maps adds more ads, and the Clueless Gamer plays Overwatch. Microsoft Ups Windows 10 Minimum Specs #Windows10...
Set to be revealed tomorrow on May 10, Google is partnering with Jeff Koons to create Live Cases for Nexus phones. If you did not already know, Jeff Koons is an American artist, known time-to-time for working with pop culture subjects.
The Nexus rumor fest is officially open, as this week brought us our first real hint at what's to come from Google and HTC. Here's the news of the week!
This week’s Android Circuit includes Galaxy Note 6 details leak, the announcement of the HTC 10, BlackBerry's Hail Mary, Google's Live Cases for the Nexus range, the Android secret revealed by Samsung, the new features in RemixOS, Mallzee's updated Android app, and the problems of translating emoji.
If Nexus rumors are your life, you will already know that reports have been circulating, claiming that HTC has be chosen by Google to create this year’s Nexus device. In those reports, it was even written that HTC would make not just one, but two Nexus devices for 2016.
It's the pure Android phone that everyone loves pitted against the latest newcomer in Android. Here's our quick look between the HTC 10 and Google Nexus 6P.
Google rolled out its Project Fi invite-only service in the US about 10 months ago. Today it opened the doors to all while also offering a sweet deal on a Nexus 5X.
It’s been a good 10 months since Google’s very own MVNO project launched and today, Project Fi is announcing a few new developments that are sure to entice Android enthusiasts. First off, Project Fi has officially dropped their invite system, meaning anyone can head on over to their site and get some schaweet cellar service.
Google is now delivering a security patch to Nexus smartphones and tablets. The patch resolves 10 issues, of which five are considered to be critical. The two most severe problems could allow for remote code execution through a WiFi driver and a media server.
You wanted more Xbox One v PlayStation 4 action, more on Mythbusters and the details on the new Google Nexus phones. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week. More »
According to the experts at iFixit, Google's new Huawei-built handset isn't exactly easy to repair, earning it a failing grade of two out of 10 in terms of reparability.