Google have unveiled the LG Nexus 4, their new flagship Android smartphone. Complete with wireless charging, NFC, Android 4.2 and an incredibly affordable price you simply cannot ignore.
Just seven months after the iPad 3 launch, Apple have replaced it with… yet another new iPad. Do you feel short changed by Apple? And if so, will you be demanding an exchange for the fourth generation?
The Chromebook is back, Google’s latest cloud computing solution is thinner, lighter, faster and cheaper than ever before. With 100GB of free online storage and a 3G option also available, the new Chromebook is a very impressive piece of kit.
Google has one puzzle piece missing when it comes to its suite of cloud services, and that’s user-generated audio content. I took a look at what’s missing from Google’s offerings and how SoundCloud has the potential to fill the gap.
What is interesting about culture? This was the opening question from Steve Crossan the Head of Google Cultural Institute to kick off the REMIX Summit.
After the disappointing loss of Google Maps for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, Google have focused on their mobile web app, adding Street View support to the mobile experience in a bid to satisfy disgruntled iOS customers until a native app is released.
Disgruntled iOS 6 users take to the web to slate Apple’s replacement for Google Maps. With inaccurate directions, low resolution images and outdated data, it’s hard to understand Apple chose to fix what wasn’t broken.
Facebook have started testing mobile advertising for sites and app, but rather than clutter up the Facebook experience, they plan to offer ads to third parties instead. Taking on Google at their own game with a little help from the social graph.
With 400 million users and over 100 million active monthly, Google+ is turning into the company’s first real social success. So why do people still refer to it as a ghost town? Just because it hasn’t replaced Facebook, doesn’t mean it’s a failure. In fact, it’s quite the opposite.
As of September 30th, Apple’s ‘social network for music’ will shutter its doors once and for all, as iTunes receives a much needed design overhaul to make way for a sleeker, more intuitive experience.
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