Google is finally giving Android Wear a significant Android Marshmallow-powered update during this month. The Alphabet-owned company is in the process of rolling out a staggered Android Wear update that will bring some major new features to those with a compatible device. Here’s what is new as part of this update.

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Want to use Google Chromecast without WiFi and active Internet connection? A new custom ROM for Chromecast enables this functionality. Here are the details on it.

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Alphabet, Google’s parent company, has announced its Q4 earnings and the results of those have seen the company’s stock price rise in after hours trading, so much so that it has now eclipsed Apple as the world’s most valuable company. Alphabet’s market capitalization was $517.6 billion compared to Apple’s $539.7 billion at close today, and while the price is still fluctuating after hours, Alphabet’s market cap will be over $540 billion tomorrow if it continues its current pricing.

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Google has once again reduced the price of Nexus 5X, making it a very attractive proposition for those looking to purchase a new SIM-free and unlocked Android Marshmallow-powered handset outright in time for Valentine’s Day. Those with an eye for a bargain were able to pick up a discounted Nexus 5X towards the end of last year with a $50 reduction in the original price during the holiday season. This latest marketing tactic by Google, means that the hardware is now an agreeable $80 cheaper than when it first launched.

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Want to easily loop YouTube videos? Here’s how you can do that without using third-party web browser extensions or plugins.

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Google and Oracle have been going against one another in court over Oracle’s insistence that Google should be paying royalties to the company for its use of Java software within the Android platform. A lawyer for Oracle Corp has crunched some numbers as part of the litigation and found that Android has generated revenue of $31 billion in its lifetime. $22 billion of that is pure profit for Google. Those figures actually sound quite impressive, that is until you dig a little deeper and compare that revenue to how much the iPhone generates for rival Apple Inc.

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Here’s how to get, setup and use a USB Security Key with your Google Account for two-step verification. Security Keys use cryptography instead of standard verification codes which make them more secure for logging in, and they work without needing a data connection or battery, best of all, you can carry them easily wherever you go.

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A new report suggests that HTC could produce two new Nexus phones in 2016. It was almost 6 years ago when the company produced its first and last Nexus smartphone.

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A complex Android banking malware has been discovered which can defeat most voice-based two-factor authentication systems. Here’s what you need to know about it.

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Google has today announced the official dates for Google I/O 2016 developer conference. Chief Executive Sundar Pichai took to various social media channels to inform the general public of the dates, announcing that this year’s conference will be coming back Mountain View where it all started ten whole years ago. Google will be releasing additional details about the conference over the coming weeks and months, but May 18-20 is the date that needs to be entered into those diaries for anyone interested in attending the I/O experience.

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The National Football League (NFL) is a behemoth sporting organization within the United States. The popularity of the company and American Football in general has always been at astronomical levels in America, but it’s been also steadily growing in prominence on an international level over the last few years with a number of games being presented to an English audience in London. According a new report, prominence on an international level is about to grow thanks to a deal in the works within the NFL to live stream every single international series game, as Google and Apple look to grab the coveted rights to that.

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Forgotten your Android phone’s lock screen password, PIN code, or pattern? Here’s how to reset it and gain back access to your device.

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It now appears that Google Glass: Enterprise Edition is the new wearable on the block, and it’s aimed squarely at, you guessed it, the enterprise. It features new foldable design, among other things.

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Here’s a speed test comparison between Apple’s iPhone 6s Plus vs Google’s Nexus 6P vs Microsoft’s Lumia 950 XL. Watch the video to see which one comes out on top.

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The wait for Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for HTC One M9 is over as HTC’s VP has announced the arrival of the update for unlocked models. Here are the details.

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Entire music collection of The Beatles will be available for streaming on Apple Music, Spotify and other services starting December 24 on Christmas Eve. Here are all the details.

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Google is testing a new password-less authentication mechanism that could see a user’s smartphone act as a key for logging into the company’s services online.

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Looking to get Nexus 6P from somewhere other than Google Store? Well the good news is that Amazon has started selling this year’s flagship Nexus phone, the Nexus 6P, directly. Previously the phone was available on Amazon through third-party sellers only.

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Google’s and Motorola’s 32GB Nexus 6 is being offered at a crazy price of just $249 down from original price of $650. 64GB variant is also down to $299 down from $700. Here are the details.

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If you’re a fan of the Star Wars universe and can’t wait to be able to watch The Force Awakens in the comfort of your own home then the movie is now available to pre-order from three of the biggest digital content providers of such things – iTunes, Google Play and Microsoft Store.

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