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Samsung C Series with metal body to launch next month in China

April 19, 2016 by in category android, google, Mobile Technology, Samsung tagged as , , , , ,

Thanks to the number of leaks and rumours, there is plenty of information to prove that Samsung is indeed working on a C series range of smartphones. While these have been in the rumour mill for long (last details come from a Zauba import listing) we now know a bit more, along with a launch [...]

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Apple iPhone 8 likely to feature an ‘all glass’ design: Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo

April 19, 2016 by in category google, Mobile Technology tagged as , , , , , ,

One of Apple’s most reliable analyst has some predictions for 2017’s iPhone. KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo claims that the iPhone (iPhone 8) will be seeing a major redesign in 2017, dropping the iconic aluminium casing for an all-glass enclosure with AMOLED screen. However. the upcoming iPhone 7 is not expected to have any major overhaul on the design front.   [...]

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Find your lost phone and remotely wipe your personal data with Google’s new Android Device Manager.

August 9, 2013 by in category android, google

Google announced last week that it would release a new locator feature for Android devices called Android Device Manager, which helps owners find their lost or stolen phones and tablets. It was supposed to roll out later this month, but in a Google+ posting Wednesday, Google announced its immediate availability. The feature works similarly to other locator services, […]

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Hands on with Hangouts | Gurudev Informatics

May 21, 2013 by in category android, google

Hands on with Hangouts. SAN FRANCISCO, CA—Yesterday Google released Hangouts, the company’s new video, voice, and text chat application. Previously known internally to Google by the codename “Babel,” Hangouts consolidates the previously disconnected Google+ video Hangouts, the Google+ Messenger chat application, and the Gmail-connected Google Talk platform into a single app and architecture. Hangouts isn’t just an app—it’s […]

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How to Enable The New Hangouts In Gmail | Gurudev Informatics

May 21, 2013 by in category android, android 4.0, google

How to Enable Hangouts in Gmail Login to your Gmail account and sign-in to Google Talk. Now, click on the thumbnail associated with your account from the sidebar and click on “Try the new Hangouts” option. Gmail will now reload the page, and you’ll be able to see three pop-up notifications giving you more information [...]

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Google is giving a free Chromebook Pixel

May 16, 2013 by in category google

Google has announced at I/O, its annual developer conference held in California, that everyone attending the first keynote this morning will receive a free Chromebook Pixel. Sundar Pichai, Google SVP of Chrome and Android, revealed the news on stage: “Our goal behind the Pixel was to literally to build the best laptop possible out there,” he [...]

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Google Play for Education Google Play for Education

May 16, 2013 by in category android, google

Today at its I/O event, Google announced Google Play for Education: A version of the Play store that is aimed and curated for young kids. Applications that are in the Play for Education store are sorted by age and genre. So, users can find math-based applications that are appropriate for their kinder gartener, who wants to learn more […]

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Google Streaming Music Subscription service | Gurudev Informatics

May 16, 2013 by in category google, google play service

Google Streaming Music Subscription Service Google flaunted a new subscription music service, Google Play Music All Access, at Google I/O. The service, which Google says “blends your music collection with ours” across multiple devices, will launch Wednesday in the United States for $9.99 per month. People who subscribe by June 30 will pay only $7.99. It [...]

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Google Cloud Messaging, here Comes Google Cloud Services !@@!

May 16, 2013 by in category Uncategorized

  At Google I/O 2013 on Wednesday, Google announced its Cloud Messaging (GCM) service is now part of Google Play Services, and has gained three new features as part of a major upgrade: persistent connections, upstream messaging, and notification synchronization. The new GCM features will be rolling out progressively; developers can sign up today and [...]

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Google I/O Keynote Reveals Google’s Master Plan

May 16, 2013 by in category google

Google I/O Keynote Reveals Google’s Master Plan I’m still digesting Google’s 3.5 hour Google I/O 2013 keynote, but I can’t shake the notion that Google is now the world’s most powerful and important company. I’m not saying that it has the world-beating products in every category. No, it’s more about the vast number of technologies and, mostly, [...]

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