Today Google is launching its Google Play Magazines service here in the UK. Android users can take advantage of the service via a dedicated app, available now on the Google Play Store.
At the end of each year, Google compiles its annual Zeitgeist. A collection of detailed summaries, categorising the world’s Google search activity over the previous twelve months.
Google are currently rolling out a brand new YouTube redesign, taking design cues from Google+ and the latest YouTube mobile app. What do you think?
As of today, all future reviews placed on the Google Play store will only be published when tied to a valid Google+ profile. Both your full name and profile picture will be displayed alongside the body of your review.
Nexus 10 orders placed as early as this week on the UK Google Play store, are already being delivered to customers, but this does not necessarily mean Google have caught up with initial orders.
Whether it’s global tech businesses getting grilled by the Public Accounts Committee, the launch of 4G networks or the adverts vying for pre-Christmas attention, digital technologies such as computers, mobile phones and the internet have been in the public eye quite a lot recently.
Google’s Nexus 4 smartphone, Nexus 10 and 3G enabled Nexus 7 tablets managed to sell out in the UK, US and several other countries in a matter of minutes. More stock is expected in the coming weeks.
Comet and Currys are currently selling the 32GB Nexus 7 for as little as £179.99, while Google offers £40 refunds to disgruntled customers who purchased the 16GB model ahead of the recent price drop.
Google Play Music is heading to the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain this November. Upload and stream up to 20,000 songs to your Google account for free on any Android device or web browser.
Google are taking the fight to Apple with a brand new line of Nexus devices, complete with powerful hardware, full-featured software and prices that will make you think twice about buying an iPad.
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