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Google has announced the developer preview of its next Android version that is Android P. Like the many past years, Google always gives us a preview on March of every year before its official release in May. The announcement comes with the new features that the Android P will be offering for smartphone users. Read More
Android users today got a new notification which says ‘Hey Google now available’. Now you can activate your Google Assistant with this voice command. Read More
In late 2015, Google had announced that they will be launching the Android Pay for Australia. Only 7 months later Google fulfilled their promise and have launched the payment Application for the southern continent. Android Pay is now accepted in almost all retail stores and already supports up to 25 major banks. The NFC based payment method is will be the prime competition to the already established Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. Read More
Google has come up with a new feature in Google Maps which lets you navigate to multiple destinations simultaneously when you want to look for directions in your android. Before this feature, if you wanted to look for other destinations during an ongoing navigation trip on your android phone then you had to close that ongoing trip and then start a new navigation trip.
Google launched its mobile payment system- ‘Android Pay’ in Singapore on 28th June(Tuesday) , that makes Singapore the first country in Asia to get this service. Android Pay is already available in the US and the UK, this is a contactless smartphone payment system. The services can be used at any store in Singapore, which accepts contactless credit card system. Most android users in Singapore will be able to connect their credit cards with their smartphones and use it for transactions.
Hyperkin toyed with gamers last year when it teased a peripheral that would play real Game Boy cartridges on your phone, but it wasn’t just kidding around — it’s making good on its word. The company is now taking pre-orders for a Smart Boy Development Kit that lets your Android smartphone play Game Boy and Game Boy Color cartridges. There is an Atmel 90USB646 chip in the device and is NTSC/PAL cart compatible. The device will also require Android 4.4.4 KitKat and above, with USB OTG support. Also, the kit is usable with 5-6inch devices. The Smart Boy is expected to ship by December 2016 and its pricing hasn’t been announced yet. Read More
2016 has been a roller-coaster of a ride so far. We have seen a lot happen just over 4 months of time. Samsung launched their Galaxy S7, Apple had a year-on-year decline. Nonetheless we have seen some great phones launched in the market ranging from a wide variety of price and features. Some have rocked the shelves in stores and some have been shelved for some of the other reason. So today we will look at some great devices that have been rocking the stores since the day of launch in 2016. Here is our list of the top 3 must have Android phones in 2016 Read More
Judge Lucy Koh has dismissed a lawsuit arguing that Apple wiretaps iMessage chats to prevent them from reaching Android users. Read More