Google launches standalone Camera app in Play Store

Google has just launched its own Camera app in the Play Store. Simply called Google Camera, the app looks a bit different from the camera software currently shipping in Android 4.4 KitKat. Google has made a number of improvements and refinements here, introducing a much cleaner interface "that gets out of your way" with a prominent shutter button.  A brand new Lens Blur mode promises to...


LG will launch golden G3 smartphone with crazy resolution this summer

A third of the way into 2014, we already have new flagship phones from almost all the big Android handset makers: the Galaxy S5, the Xperia Z2, and the new One are all now on sale. The one company that's kept relatively quiet throughout the period has been LG, manufacturer of the much-loved G2 and Google's Nexus 5. Today some of the mystery about its future plans has been dispelled as The Verge has received the first image of the retail box for LG's next big Android phone. Originally codenamed the B2, the new phone takes the predictable title of LG G3 and is set for a summer release.

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 in gorgeous detail

Samsung's Galaxy S5 is all but certain to be the best-selling Android phone of 2014. It's the latest in a line of massively powerful, massively successful phones from the Korean conglomerate, and this year it comes with a lot of new things to see....

Gmail now lets you attach photos straight from Google+

It's a little bit easier for Google+ users to start sending their photos through Gmail on the web today. Google has just added a new photo attachment button that allows anyone who stores their photos on Google+, either through direct uploads or automatic backups, to see...

Google Glass update improves battery life, removes video calls ahead of one-day sale

Tomorrow, for one day only, anyone in the United States will be able to purchase Google Glass. Where previously interested parties usually had to sign up to waiting lists or get referred by a friend, the company is making a limited supply of its wearable product available for $1,500 from 9AM ET on April 15th. Ahead of the sale, Google has detailed the next round of updates for its device set to roll out later this week, including Android Kit Kat support, improved battery life, and the...


Samsung Galaxy S5 review

“It’s all in the little things.” It’s a common axiom in sports, in design, and in life. Inches make champions; big things have small beginnings; a small leak can sink a giant ship. It’s a tired cliché, but it’s true. It’s even true...


Google nabs drone company Facebook allegedly wanted to buy

For a moment, it seemed like Google and Facebook were about to pursue two different techniques to deliver internet signals from the sky: Google with weather balloons, and Facebook with high-flying drones. But now, it seems that Google will own drones as well. Google has just bought Titan Aerospace, the very company that Facebook was rumored to be acquiring.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the Titan Aerospace team will work with...

Google may boost search rank of sites with encryption, report claims

Google is considering giving more prominent search rankings to websites that use encryption, in a move that could compel sites across the web to begin locking down the information sent to and from their servers, according to The Wall Street Journal. The idea appears to be highly tentative at the moment, but the Journal reports that Google's web spam chief, Matt Cutts, hinted at the possibility during a recent conference and is said to have...

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