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Google Send Out Invites For Their New App: Google Inbox

Google Send Out Invites For Their New App: Google Inbox

Google have begun to send out their first batch of invites for users to test their new app known as Google Inbox.

The apps aim is to primarily organise your life within one app. It tried to do this by including to-do lists, reminders and grouping similar emails together to make it easier to find …

Google’s Updated Gmail App Offers Support for Non-Gmail Accounts

Google’s Updated Gmail App Offers Support for Non-Gmail Accounts

The Android Gmail app has received an upgrade! The new updated Gmail app will now be a lot better at managing your emails, and not just your Google mail. The update brings with it support for Yahoo, Outlook and other non-Google accounts.

Also See: Android Lollipop 5.0 – What? When? Where?

The update is said …

Octo-Core Alcatel Phone Coming At Just £250

Octo-Core Alcatel Phone Coming At Just £250

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Alcatel. A name synonymous with the aftermath of losing a more expensive mobile for most, and definitely not one associated with incredibly fast, mid range smartphones with eight core processors. Until now.

Alcatel, or Alcatel Onetouch if we’re going to be picky, are pioneering a new range of smartphones …

Android Silver Shelved, Manufacturers Not Keen

Android Silver Shelved, Manufacturers Not Keen

Android Silver, Google’s out of the box, straight up and very much restricted version of Android, designed to go straight onto phones with minimal fuss and little adaptation needed, has apparently been declared dead and gone by technology sites everywhere.

We’re yet to hear confirmation from Google themselves, but according to Re/code, a tech site …

Android Lollipop 5.0 – What? When? Where?

Android Lollipop 5.0 - What? When? Where?

Android Lollipop has arrived, and with it come a plethora of new features and improved software. Available on tablets and smartphones, Android Lollipop will be rolling out to a variety of devices starting with Google’s own Nexus line.

So here’s a breakdown of features included on the OS courtesy of Android.com:

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Android Play Games Getting Local Multiplayer

Android Play Games Getting Local Multiplayer

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Mobile gaming hasn’t yet fully embraced the concept of multiplayer games – it’s a mostly single player experience, although leaderboards and stats tables do give you a chance to compete with other players to a certain degree.

Google’s Android platform is a popular place for mobile gamers, featuring hundreds of thousands of …

Twitter To Get More Musical With Audio Cards

Twitter To Get More Musical With Audio Cards

After Twitter’s rumoured attempt to buy SoundCloud never happened, the social networking site has decided to partner up with the music sharing network instead. Twitter’s new Audio Cards feature combines forces with SoundCloud as well as iTunes, meaning that these new cards will appear both on your Twitter dashboard as well as on the two …

FBI Slams Anti Snooping Encryption Methods

FBI Slams Anti Snooping Encryption Methods

Big shady government organisations are much more common in the US than here in the UK. More often than not, the biggest ones are quite opposed to the idea of tech companies embracing new ways to keep user data out of the hands of government snoopers, with some new mobile phones possibly being ‘snoop-proof’ due …

Google Nexus 9 and Nexus 6 To Come With Android Lollipop Installed

Google Nexus 9 and Nexus 6 To Come With Android Lollipop Installed

Google Nexus devices are often the first to get the latest updates for apps and software, and this year’s Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 Tablet are no exceptions.

Formerly known as Android L, it is the newest in the line of dessert based operating systems and features a new lock-screen, multitasking and notification bar. The …

New leaked Image and Video of Google Nexus 6 / X

New leaked Image and Video of Google Nexus 6 / X

We can all agree that the Google Nexus 6 is coming our way, very, very soon and it appears that soon may be in the next 2 weeks, as once again a supposed leaked image of the incoming handset shows that the Nexus 6 will indeed share many of Motorola’s Moto X design features.

The …