A review of the defining moments of 2012 by Google and YouTube.
Are you a Galaxy Nexus or Nexus 7 user waiting to get the latest Jelly Bean update? The wait is over as Google has just made Android 4.2 available via an Over-the-Air (OTA) update for these Nexus devices.
First introduced a few weeks ago with the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10, Android 4.2 includes several new features and improvements over Android 4.1 (both called Jelly Bean).
Are you a fan of Google Nexus devices? Unlike regular Android devices which often have an OEM custom skin (such as Samsung TouchWiz or HTC Sense), Nexus devices are designed to give you the pure Android and Google experience.
Today, Google announced not one, but two new Nexus devices: the Nexus 4 phone from LG and the Nexus 10 tablet from Samsung.
Do you use Android devices (with Google Play access)? Google has recently announced that the Google Play store has reached 25 billion app downloads.
To celebrate this milestone, a dozen or more apps are on sale each day for 5 days (9/26 – 9/30) for 25 cents.
Want a tablet without having to spend over $300 dollars? At Google I/O 2012, Google launched the Nexus 7 tablet by Asus. This tablet featured a 7-inch screen, a Nvidia Tegra 3 chip (1.2 GHz quad-core processor with a low power companion core and 12-core GPU), and the new Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”. But perhaps the best feature of this new tablet was its price tag of $199, allowing it to compete directly with the Amazon Kindle Fire.
But should you buy the Nexus 7? Does it live up to the hype? Read on to find out.
Do you stare at your computer screen at night or in the dark? If so, you’re probably find that looking at a white or otherwise bright screen in the dark is rather uncomfortable and eye-straining.
Here is a Google Chrome extension that can help.
This morning, Google announced the highly anticipated Nexus 7 tablet. Built by Asus, it joins the Nexus phones by offering the “pure-Android” experience.
It features a 7-inch display and a quad core processor, but its best feature is possibly its price tag of $199.
Do you use Firefox’s Live Bookmarks RSS feature? Live bookmarks creates a folder of links and updates it with links to the latest posts in an RSS feed. This RSS feature has also been implemented into other browsers like Internet Explorer. If you switched to Google Chrome, you might miss this feature, especially if you only subscribe to a few feeds and have no need for a full RSS reader like Google Reader.
This extension brings this Firefox feature to Google Chrome.