Google announces Android M
Published in Mobiles

Polish, quality, pay, app search and USB Type-C

It has become a custom that Google announces the next iteration of its mobile operating system at its Google I/O conference, and this year was no exception.  

Expect a boom in Chromebook 2in1s
Published in Notebooks

It don't need no education

Two in one Chromebooks have been doing rather well in the education market, but Digitimes Research claims that soon their reach will be extended into the consumer and business market.

Chromebooks sell like hotcakes
Published in Mobiles

Hotcake makers unavailable for comment

Market research firm Gartner has estimated 7.3 million Chromebooks would be sold this year, thanks mostly to the education industry realising that kids need keyboards rather than touchscreen tablets.

Chrome eats your Resources
Published in News

RAM to the slaugher

For years people have been moaning that Firefox keeps taking their RAM and refusing to give it back, well now it appears that Chrome suffers from a similar problem.

Nexus 9 price falling
Published in Mobiles

Hitting a sweet spot

Google's Nexus 9 was not a bad tablet, the only problem was the $399 price tag.

Smartwatches cause car accidents claim
Published in Wearables

Begun the lawsuits have

Fruity cargo cult Apple's latest nice looking over priced junkware is getting it into a spot of legal bother.

US tech companies lean on EU
Published in News

Nice trade bloc you have there..  terrible if something happened to it

US tech giants have spent fortunes leaning on EU politicians to stop them from forcing them to pay tax or facing the music when it comes to their anti-trust schemes.

Samsung upgrades Galaxy Alpha to Lollypop
Published in Mobiles

Starts in Korea

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha update to Android Lollipop has begun in South Korea.

Google allows you to download your entire search history
Published in News

Now you will know what the NSA does

While there has been some controversy about search engines handing over histories to the cops, it appears that Google is allowing people do download their entire history and export it.

Finally you can Google your Android phone
Published in News

Tells you where you left it

Google will let you use the search engine on your desktop computer to find your lost phone.