Nexus 9 is not an iPad killer says Google
Oct27

Nexus 9 is not an iPad killer says Google

Google released the new Nexus 9 two weeks ago and it was clear that it was the most premium tablet, a slick and highly spec’d slate next to the budget friendly Nexus 7 the company has previously sold. However, while the Nexus 9 instantly landed as one of the best tablets on the marker, although Google told Engadget that the HTC built device is not an iPad Killer. That seems an awfully detrimental thing to say, and from where I am...

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Nokia HERE Maps now available on Android
Oct21

Nokia HERE Maps now available on Android

Nokia’s HERE Maps is one of the better alternatives to Google Maps and even comes with some features that Google’s effort lacks. Recently Nokia announced HERE Maps for select Samsung Galaxy smartphones through the Korean company’s Galaxy Store. That was the first step to a wider Android roll out and today Nokia has confirmed that HERE Maps is now available for the wider Android user base. The app is not currently on the Google Play...

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Google Publishes Guide to Switch from iOS to Android
Oct21

Google Publishes Guide to Switch from iOS to Android

Google has published a new page on its Android website that gives consumers detailed explanations on how to switch to Android if they are currently using Apple’s iOS. The guide shows how to move every detail, such as photos, emails, music, and even gives instruction on how to find your favourite apps. Apple recently published its own similar guide for enticing Android users, but Google’s effort is far more detailed. The war still...

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Here Maps Now on Android Devices
Oct08

Here Maps Now on Android Devices

It has been a while coming but Nokia's Here maps has finally hit Android devices.  For those of you not familiar with Here Maps it is a very capable mapping system that runs much more then smartphones it also runs stand alone GPS devices.  However the reason most user love it so much is offline maps.    This means data savings when you are in signal range and still getting navigation services when you are out of signal range...

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Roku brings screen mirroring to Android and Windows Phone
Oct02

Roku brings screen mirroring to Android and Windows Phone

Roku is one of the leaders in the set tip streaming market and offers an array of devices to let you get your content on demand. However, the company has not explored the mobile space too much, but has decided to take some baby steps with an interesting new feature. Roku has announced a new screen mirroring feature that lets owners of Android and Windows Phone 8.1 devices mirror their content to the big screen. If you have used...

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