As you may have noticed, in the past period we focused more on Apple phones and iOS. However, it’s time to present you the new Google smartphones – Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL. This time we will focus on a bigger model – the Google Pixel XL 2.
Holding Google Pixel 2 XL in our hands, and playing with the world’s best camera was a magic moment. On the other side, Google Pixel 2 XL is quite expensive, and we are not sure that you should cash out that much. Do the specs justify the price? Let’s see.
Google Allo (for Android and iOS) is a new messaging app released on September 21. This app is a direct competitor to Viber, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and Facetime. Google Allo has everything that the other apps are having, with a little addition called Google Assistant.
Is it just another IM app or does it have what it takes to become a leader on the market? Let’s find out!
A few days ago Google I/O conference took place in Googleplex, in Mountain View, California. Among many interesting things that happened there, such as the announcement of new Android N (Nutella is our favorite), Daydream VR, and others exciting news from Google, our attention was caught up by two new messaging apps. Yes, you read it well – Google decided to release two new messaging apps.
In total, Google now has four messaging apps produced and maintained by their teams. To help you count them all, and figure out which of them you want to use, we will make a quick tour to each of them.
Everyone who is using an Android smartphone or a phablet has one thing in common, a battery that dies very fast. Usually the battery of smartphones last barely a day, but we have a few examples where the battery runs more than one working day: Huawei Ascend Mate 7 (4100 mAh), Alcatel Hero (3400 mAh), Sony Xperia Z3 (3100 mAh), Xiaomi MI 4 and MI 3 (3080 mAh), LG G3 (3000 mAh), etc. The splendid news is that there are 5 key methods to keep your phone’s battery going on and on. It will take you just a few steps to have a strong Android device again.
Google has signed a contract that will enable this manufacturer of popular device to become fully “wearable”. So far, this futuristic device was often marked as “ineligible” for wearing, and users didn’t feel comfortable in front of passers while wearing this smart glasses. From now Google Glass will look more modern, thanks to the cooperation between Google and Luxottica, the manufacturer of brands such as Ray Ban and Oakley. (more…)
At the Google’s Breakfast with Sundar event, this influential company presented two big things. One of them is Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and the other one is hardware device. It’s Nexus 7 tablet. Yep, this was a big event with two big premieres. We’ll put aside little chat about Android 4.3 for a while, because we have to say something about potentially the most popular Android tablet.