MLB.TV is now streaming on Google's Chromecast

Starting today, you'll be able to watch America's pastime on Chromecast. MLB.TV now supports Google's $35 streaming stick, and fans can start casting games to the TV once the required updates for At Bat 2014 arrive on Android and iOS this afternoon. A premium subscription to MLB.TV is required if...

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Project Ara: our best look yet at Google's new modular smartphone

This week in Mountain View, Google held its first-ever developer conference for Project Ara. Developed by a small team within the company called ATAP staffed with ex-DARPA engineers and some of the brightest minds at Google, Ara is a mission to make a modular smartphone. It'd be the last phone you ever needed to buy, because you'd be able to swap out everything from the camera to the display to...

HTC reportedly hires Samsung exec who made Galaxy the 'next big thing'

HTC has confirmed the hiring of Paul Golden, a former Samsung US chief marketing officer, following a report from Bloomberg News. Golden, whose LinkedIn page says he "created and launched the highly successful Galaxy brand," was at Samsung between 2008 and 2012, a time in which the Korean company rose to global prominence in the smartphone market. A lawyer for Samsung in the ongoing patent trial with Apple claimed its provocative "Next Big Thing" campaign drove its rival "crazy" after kicking off in 2011.

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Google Q1 2014 earnings deliver $15.4 billion in revenue

Google reported its results for the first quarter of the year today, posting revenue of $15.42 billion and earnings per share of $6.27. That missed analysts' estimates of $15.52 billion in revenue and earnings of $6.42 a share. That's a miss on the top and bottom line, and the stock is trending...

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HTC One, Sony Xperia Z2, and the Galaxy S5: Android's flagship phones in pictures

They're the big three Android smartphone launches so far this year — HTC's 2014 One, Sony's Xperia Z2, and Samsung's Galaxy S5 — and they are all now hitting stores across the world. We've pulled them together for a picture comparison to take a look at some of the more intricate differences that exist between them. While each handset has a 1080p resolution, the One has a 5-inch screen, the S5 uses a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED panel, and the Z2 is the biggest at 5.2 inches. It's tough to draw a...

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...


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...

Google's lottery registration for I/O 2014 begins today at 4PM PT

if you're hoping to attend Google I/O, the company's massive annual developers event, today is the day to register. Google just announced that window to sign up will open today at 4PM PT and remain active through April 18th at 2PM PT. Tickets have traditionally been quite hard to come by — I/O 2013 sold out in less than an hour — so Google's trying something different this year. Just as Apple is doing with WWDC '14 registrations, I/O...

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