The Internet of Things is one of those ideas that has been around for a while but hasn’t really come to proper fruition yet. Google seems to think that it can be the one to sort that problem out, even though it already tried back in 2011 and then quietly killed the project off. Maybe the second time is a charm.

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With Google I/O 2015 currently underway we can be sure of plenty of big announcements coming out of the developer event, but there will also be one or two smaller ones that while not likely to change the world nevertheless should not be underestimated. One such announcement is the availability of Google Cardboard for iOS.

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You can download Android M 6.0 developer preview links for Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player. We have the direct links for the files right here.

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Thursday, May 28, Google took to stage at the I/O 2015 conference to unveil some upcoming new features for Android wear, including WiFi support, always-on apps, new launcher, emojis, wrist gestures, glance-able apps, and much more. All in the hopes of making Android Wear much better than what it is already. And all that you’d find […]

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Google Android M features and release date has been officially revealed. More details on this can be found here.

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Apple has just been named the most valuable global brand by Millward Brown, a market research firm. The firm in its tenth annual BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands report has shown the Mac maker as the leading brand with a value of $246.9 billion.

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You can now download Android 5.1.1 Lollipop factory image for Nexus 6. We have the direct link for the download right here.

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With Google’s big I/O developer event just around the corner all eyes are on the company to see where it takes Android in particular. Many expect Google to announced Android M at the event, the latest and greatest version of Google’s mobile operating system. Alongside that though there are rumors abound that big changes are coming to Google+, with the spinoff of photos being one that could be most pertinent given the chances of Android M putting in an appearance.

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If flagship Android devices are you thing, and keeping them looking fresh and scratch-free is on top of your agenda, then this latest project from Google and its partners is something you may want to pay attention to. As part of a collaboration with musician Skrillex, Google has introduced a limited number of cases for popular Android devices known as the “Edition” range. This isn’t just an ordinary protective case however. The accessory also comes with an accompanying live wallpaper beamed directly from above the earth by a satellite ballon named after the musician’s dog. Yep, you read that right. We couldn’t make this up.

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Android 5.1.1 OTA download links for Nexus 4, 5, 7, 9, 10 and Nexus Player now available. All the direct download links can be found right here.

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Google has just launched a new experimental Chrome extension, which lets users share links with others that are within an earshot. Aptly called Google Tone, this new feature uses sound to transmit information from your computer as it is picked up by the mics in nearby ones.

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Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update changelog and release date for Nexus 5 has been revealed. More on this is detailed below.

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In this day and age online security and encryption is often at the forefront in the minds of those of us that all but live our lives on the Internet. We send so much information about us over the wires that we often forget that the mediums we use may not be as secure as we would hope. It’s a modern problem that isn’t going to go away.

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Here’s what to expect from Google I/O 2015 keynote. Product features and announcement, which are expected to be unveiled, are all detailed here.

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Google is all prepped up for commencing its I/O 2015 developer conference later this month, and the search engine giant will use the stage to take the wraps off Android M, the successor to Lollipop – its mobile OS.

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Google Project Fi wireless network service launched. How to sign up details and more on how it works can be found right here.

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The YouTube app is, for most iOS users, a staple part of the digital diet, and where it used to be a native utility, it’s now an optional download from the iTunes App Store. The removal of the YouTube app from the stock repertoire has been favorable from the perspective of the user, since it has allowed the much-improved app to flourish under Google’s third-party control, but now, it seems that the old, pre-iOS 6 app will lose support from next month.

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Google has just announced a new update for Android Wear. The update is easily one of the biggest we have seen in a long while coming out for Android Wear powered devices. Features such as hands-free gestures, Wi-Fi support, emoji drawing and more are headed right to your wrist.

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Although many OS X users consult the native Safari browser when looking to surf the Web, a large portion also use Google Chrome. The search giant’s browser is, after all, well established, and considered the best in the business by those who use it on a frequent basis. However, if you’re planning on using the new 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro, your Chrome-using days may be numbered, with tests proving that battery retention can deplete by a mind-blowing 3.5 hours compared with Safari.

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Here’s how to run Android apps in Chrome browser on Windows and Mac OS X. Complete details and step-by-step guide can be found here.

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