Goodbye Nexus, hello Pixel, and welcome to smartphones #madebygoogle. Meet the Google Pixel, and Pixel XL (what a tongue twister!), the first of the smartphones to be launched under the Pixel brand. While they are manufactured by the Taiwanese firm HTC, … Continue reading Google launches brand new ‘Pixel’ smartphone series
Reddit user sylocheed is perhaps extremely lucky to have been able to drop by the NYC Nexus Open Studio event, which was attended by representatives from all Google divisions involved with the Nexus programme. His questions revealed some greatly interesting answers from all the Google employees he asked, even if the question was mundane or controversial.
Have a look at what he asked, and what answers he got. Continue reading “On Chickens and Fingerprints – Valuable insights into the Nexus programme”
It sure took them a while, but hey – at least it came to Singapore, something that can’t be said for any previous Nexus smartphone. Android purists in Singapore should be rejoicing, as now they can purchase the device with warranty and without having to jump through a million hoops though the price tag might cause some to reconsider. The days of the cheap Nexus seem to be over.
As has become customary with Google, big announcements usually just… appear. No keynote, no fanfare, nothing of the sort Apple is doing for their iPad event tomorrow. And as was with the case with the Nexus 5, their new devices are just… here.
Apple fans beware: this is going to be a controversial post. In this post, our editor Si Jie makes his stand against this commentary featured on India Business Today.
As if the Galaxy Tab Pro was getting old, Samsung has unveiled yet another ‘new’ flagship tablet. Coming in two sizes, 8.4 inches and 10.5 inches, Samsung is positioning the Tab S as a high-end tablet with an emphasis on entertainment and consumption – not that it would be used for anything else, really.