Google changes terms, now makes developers give physical address
Sep19

Google changes terms, now makes developers give physical address

Google has stirred up some controversy today, albeit controversy that is entirely unwarranted because what the company has done makes plenty of sense. The company has changed its policies and now requires all app developers to provide a public physical address that will be located on the main app page. The decision has been met with complaints from a number of developer’s, but I really cannot see why. Developers have always been...

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Google ends Android Silver but Nexus continues
Sep18

Google ends Android Silver but Nexus continues

For much of the first half of this year we were hearing constant rumors that the Nexus line of Google made hardware devices would be killed off. Instead Google would introduce Android Silver early in 2015, the company’s new product line that would concentrate on premium products with high end design and top shelf specs. However, if seems that Nexus will be the name carrying Google’s hardware vision forward after-all as Mountain View...

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NVIDIA reveals the HTC Nexus 9
Sep11

NVIDIA reveals the HTC Nexus 9

A rather uninteresting court case is happening at the moment where NVIDIA is accusing Qualcomm and Samsung (of course) of copying its processer technology. However, as part of the case the company gave the game away regarding the upcoming new Nexus tablet, laying bare some details about the unofficial device. NVIDIA had to supply the court a paper that showed the devices running its Tegra K1 processer, and interestingly one of the...

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Google Play now has a two hour app/game refund window
Sep11

Google Play now has a two hour app/game refund window

Google has taken a fairly big step in helping consumers get their money back if they get a paid app or game that they do not want. The company has revealed that there is now a two hour refund window on the Google Play Store, and while this feature has been back for some time, it is only today Google is making it widely known with an official update to its support page. Some of you who have been downloading apps on Android since the...

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Google’s Android distribution figures show KitKat on the rise
Sep11

Google’s Android distribution figures show KitKat on the rise

Google was really proud of Android 4.4 KitKat when it was launched, it was following in the footsteps of the uber-successful Jelly Bean and was designed to take the first steps to unifying a fragmented platform. KitKat has absolutely flourished and through Google’s Android distribution stats for last month we can see that is has grown by 20% to now hold 24.5% of all Android market share. Android L and Android One will pick up the...

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