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There are a ho-ho-whole lot more options for keeping tabs on the Big Man’s whereabouts this year.
With Samsung, HTC and LG already invited to the “Google Play Edition” party, one of very few big names in the Android game still left out was Sony. But no more, as the Xperia Z Ultra is up for grabs now via the Play Store in a flavor powered by stock Android.
E-book reading has gone through many changes the past years. Thanks to the introduction of tablets and e-readers, more and more people have embraced this change in technology. Personally, I’m not comfortable with reading books in digital form but I know a lot who do. I guess it’s just a matter of what works for you.
If you like the sound of your voice, today is your lucky day. Google has released a new Chrome extension called “OK Google” which allows users to make voice commands to their browser. The Google Voice Search Hotword extension is available now in the Chrome Web Store. If the user wants to use voice commands, all they have to do is use the “OK Google” hotword first.
It didn’t take a rocket scientist to predict the 2012 and 2013 versions of Asus and Google’s Nexus 7 tablets were going be the focus of a stack of Black Friday and Cyber Monday special deals. After all, one is possibly the hottest, most technically impressive cheap 7-incher around and the other the textbook definition of oldie but goldie.
While I realize it’s practically impossible to make tech-savvy folks commit to a purchase with so little time left to the Black Friday promotion kick-off, if you’re in the market for a budget-conscious smaller than 10-inch tablet, it’d be mighty foolish to wait.
Backordered through Google’s Play Store since hours after it began selling, and completely sold out in a 16 GB variation starting around 24 hours ago, the elusive Nexus 5 can at least be had with Sprint contracts… for a premium. Or via T-Mobile, sans contractual obligations, either with full retail price paid outright or 24 more »
Asus has been a little all over the place in mobile décor of late, with smartphone/tablet crosses, tablet/laptop hybrids and oodles of quirky transforming devices basically battling it out among themselves for the same shrinking pie and target audience. With that in mind, it’s refreshing to hear that Asus is looking to diversify its business more »
There are times when you’re working in Google Chrome and you suddenly hear a sound playing in your browser, forcing you to search all opened tabs to turn it off. This can be very annoying, and you may end up closing your browser altogether if you can’t find the culprit. To help you counter this more »
If Verizon can’t deliver in due time, what can one do other than take his business elsewhere? Buy the Ellipsis 7 instead? No way, especially as T-Mobile now offers the LTE Nexus 7 2013 sans any kind of upfront payment.
Just like its forefather, Google and LG’s Nexus 5 is shaping up to be a slippery little devil, with initial Play Store stocks depleted in no time and a new batch only due out in a couple of weeks. Thankfully, Sprint has your back if patience is not your best trait, albeit there’s something in it for America’s number three wireless service provider as well.