Google’s Android L Teaser

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Google’s Android YouTube page has just put up a short video, teasing at the name of their upcoming Android ‘L’ and hinting that it is, in fact, coming quite soon. The video shows people dressed up as different food items beginning with the letter ‘L’, namely Lemon Meringue Pie, Lava Cake, Lady Finger, and Lemon Drop, waiting to audition for the role of Android L’s name, only to realize that there is someone already inside the casting room with an ongoing session. Lollipop, perhaps? Read More

Google Leaks Ads, Hints At Nexus 6 And 9

nexus 6Google has apparently accidentally ‘leaked’ three video ads, advertising and hinting at their long rumored upcoming Nexus 6 device. The videos were all short and had different Android characters, with the theme revolving around the phrase ‘Be there together, not the same’, claiming that there was a device for everybody. These were originally discovered by Christian Kolocho, and while they have since then been removed, you can obviously find them on the internet, namely on YouTube. Read More

Microsoft Releases ‘Analog Keyboard’ For Android Wear

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Microsoft has just released a keyboard for Android Wear devices, but instead of the usual design this ‘Analog Keyboard’, as they’re calling it, will let you draw characters on your screen which will then be converted into text. For now, this keyboard only supports square displays with a 320×320 resolution, as well as the Moto 360′s round display. Read More

Nexus 9 Up For Pre-orders Next Week [RUMOR]

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According to Bright Side of News, their ‘reliable sources’ claim that the upcoming Nexus tablet, the Nexus 9, will be available for pre-order on the same day it is announced, which they believe is the 15th of October, instead of the widely rumored 16th:

Our sources are confirming that the HTC Nexus 9, which we had originally reported thanks to Nvidia’s own legal documents, will indeed be landing this month,” the report reads. Pricing is expected to start at $399, and the device will reportedly launch on November 3, when you’ll be able to get it from Google Play and “most major retailers.

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Galaxy Note 4 On Sale In The US On Amazon

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Three versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have just made their way into Amazon; however, since the device isn’t yet out in the US officially, these are being offered by third-party sellers. The Note 4 is being sold in three colours, each differently priced: Black at $855; White at $869; and the Gold version at $905. The devices also ship without any form of warranty, so if you run into any issues, it’ll come out of your pocket. Read More

Google Launches News And Weather App On App Store

App StoreGoogle has recently launched another great News and Weather App in App Stores around the world. The App not only gives information, like headlines stories, local news, and weather, but it also personalises the view according to user settings. Users can adjust the layout with any of 60 country-specific editions and also select top stories, sports etc. The App claims to pick up data from more than 65,000 publications. Read More

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Which Android Wear Smartwatch Do You Want?

android wearWhile the Apple Watch has caused a lot of sensation, not least because of the hype and media-coverage that generally surrounds Apple products, there have been some pretty good Android Wear Smartwatches already in the market for a few months now. Both types of watches — Apple Watch and Android Wear — require the user to have a compatible device to make the most of the accessory. So it’s very likely that iPhone users will want the Apple Watch which is due to be released in 2015, while Android users would go for Android Wear. But we are TheAppleGoogle after all, and it’s our job to make sure that our readers have full knowledge of both Apple and Google devices and accessories which are in the market. After that, it’s your choice. Read More

Galaxy Note 4 Screen Gap Not A Defect

note 4An issue has plagued a few Galaxy Note 4 devices — a small gap between the metal frame and the front body of the device; in some cases, wide enough to fit a business card. However, it has been revealed that this is in fact not a manufacturing defect, rather it is a ‘necessary’ manufacturing feature. This help comes from Note 4′s Manual, under the troubleshooting section, where it says: Read More