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Google May Have Accidentaly Revealed Nexus 8

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Google isn’t good with keeping things a secret. Earlier it was the Nexus 5 which was revealed in a video released by the company, being used by a Google employee himself, and now it seems like Google has unofficially unveiled an upcoming 8-inch tablet – Nexus 8.

On the Android website itself there’s a promotional photo that the company has used which features a lady using a tablet. The tablet in the photo doesn’t quite look like either of the Nexus 7 tablets, and it looks pretty smaller than the Nexus 10. This has sparked off speculations that Google might be working on an 8-inch tablet which is most likely to be called Nexus 8, going by the company’s current naming scheme.

So far we’ve seen Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 in the smartphone and tablet segment which belong to a series of naming conventions currently under use by Google. While Nexus 7 has received a refreshed update in 2013, Nexus 10 is yet to see that. Instead, Google might launch the Nexus 8 to combat other 8-inch tablets in the market.

From the looks of it the tablet looks a lot similar to LG’s G Pad which is an 8.3-inch Android based tablet. It would be interesting to see if Google goes with LG to manufacture the Nexus 8 rather than sticking to Asus which currently manufactures Nexus 7 for the company.

Written by Harpreet Singh

November 4th, 2013 at 6:29 pm

Motorola Moto G Coming on 13th November

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Motorola will launch a new smartphone titled Moto G on November 13. The company has launched a teaser site along with a post on Twitter inviting users to catch the live event online. Moto G is expected to be an affordable little brother to the Moto X. This will be Motorola’s second key launch, under Google, after the Moto X announcement. Moto X has been in the news for the ease of customization while ordering.

While the Moto X has only been limited to US smartphone buyers till now, the company is expected to break the regional barriers with the Moto G this time. That’s purely out of speculation since the invitation on Twitter greeted fans in around seven different languages.

The word on the street is that the Moto G is likely to include a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon SoC, supported by 8GB of internal memory and a 5MP primary camera. The specifications sound fairly moderate but then this is supposed to be a low budget smartphone. There’s still no word on software, but it’ll be surprising to not find Android 4.4 KitKat on the Moto G, with Google going quite vocal on how the latest edition of Android works best on even low-end devices.

Apart from the software, it’ll be interesting to see how Motorola decides to price the Moto G and which countries will get the new smartphone. We’ll bring you more on this after the launch.

Written by Harpreet Singh

November 4th, 2013 at 5:24 pm

Mega gets dedicated Android app, iOS and Windows coming soon

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Rising out of the ashes of MegaUpload, Mega’s ultra encrypted cloud storage solution has made itself onto Android via an official Mega application which was launched earlier today.

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Written by Dion Guillaume

July 5th, 2013 at 2:43 pm

Snapchat for cats launched; Snapcat aims to make cat ‘selfies’ the next best thing

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Snapchat has grown tremendously, one could very well say as much as cat memes have since they first took off in the early years of the internet boom. Now, a new Snapchat client is poised to combine the two pass times into one, pretty strange chat platform called Snapcat for Android.

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Written by Dion Guillaume

June 15th, 2013 at 6:04 pm

BBM coming to Android and iOS on June 27 according to T-Mobile UK

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Ex-BlackBerry users eager to get their hands on BlackBerry Messenger for Android or iOS will be happy to know that the company will release the application for download on June 27, at least that is if a tweet from T-Mobile UK is to believed.

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Written by Dion Guillaume

June 6th, 2013 at 8:27 am

New Opera browser hits Android officially, brings along some WebKit goodness

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The popular Opera mobile browser has just gotten its latest version out officially on Android bringing along its new WebKit engine along with some fun new features one of them being pure speed.

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Written by Dion Guillaume

May 21st, 2013 at 11:46 am

Python S3 tablet brings all of the best operating systems into one simple tablet

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Italian company Ekoore, have announced their latest tablet offering, an all-in-one tablet featuring a dual boot OS environment consisting out of Android, Ubuntu and Windows 8.

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Written by Dion Guillaume

May 18th, 2013 at 1:21 pm

IDC stats reveal Windows Phone takes the lead over BlackBerry as the third ecosystem

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Looks like Nokia’s decision to adopt Windows Phone may be starting to yield its rewards as the latest IDC statistics for the first quarter of 2013 has revealed Windows Phone ousting BlackBerry out of the Top 3 smart phone operating systems, taking the lead behind only Android and iOS.

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Written by Dion Guillaume

May 16th, 2013 at 12:08 pm

BlackBerry confirms no immediate plans for tablet based BBM on iOS or Android

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BlackBerry excited plenty of ex-BlackBerrians on Tuesday when they announced that they would be bringing their popular instant messaging application, BBM to the likes of iOS and Android devices this summer, but one thing remained unclear; would tablets be supported?

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Written by Dion Guillaume

May 16th, 2013 at 8:19 am

Google I/O keynote reveals 900 million activations, 48 billion app downloads

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Google’s I/O developer event has started, with the event’s keynote speech unveiling a bunch of delicious statistics for big G’s Android smart phone operating system including that there has been 900 million device activations to date.

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Written by Dion Guillaume

May 15th, 2013 at 4:05 pm