Google Photos celebrates first birthday, here are the stats for year one

It was just last year when Google introduced its Google Photos service for backing up one’s images and videos to the cloud. At Google I/O, the tech giant gave us a quick stat on how far it has come in just one year. Google Photos managed to surpass 200 million [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - May 29, 2016 at 8:52 pm

Galaxy S7 Edge is the first to receive June security patches from Samsung

Unlike Android updates which require manufacturers to fiddle with software thus taking time, Samsung has been on top of things when it comes to its monthly security patch updates. The Galaxy S7 Edge appears to be the first Samsung-branded handset to get the June patches, and the month is yet [Read More...]

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Nexus owners may soon get unlimited backup for original quality content using Google Photos

Google is preparing to roll out version 1.21 of Google Photos, which may be a big update for some according to sources. When we say that the next version of Google Photos will be major, we don’t mean just new features. The next version of Google Photos may give Nexus [Read More...]

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Sony US shows off the Xperia X series in new videos

Earlier this month, Sony introduced three Xperia models that together make up the Xperia X series. The series consists of the Xperia X, Xperia XA and Xperia X Performance. Each is shown off independently of one another in a collection of new videos the company posted to YouTube. Sony’s Xperia [Read More...]

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Jawbone sells fitness tracker inventory to avoid losses

Producer of fitness tracker, Jawbone, may soon be no more. According to sources who spoke with Tech Insider, the company sold the last of its inventory to a retailer and has shut down production. Jawbone’s existing fitness trackers, UP2, UP3, and UP4, have been slow to sell according to sources. This was [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - May 28, 2016 at 2:52 pm

ZTE is entering the retail store space with several stores in China

Hot on the heels of the ZTE Axon 7 and a companion VR headset, the Chinese-based company has announced that they’ll be expanding into retail stores in a handful of countries. That news actually sounds a little better than it really is, because out of 23 stores, 20 will be [Read More...]

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Samsung looks at launching new version of Samsung Pay for iOS and Android, rumor says

It looks like Samsung could be gearing up for a new product announcement. Allegedly called Samsung Pay Mini, this new service would be a lightweight version of Samsung Pay, designed only for online payments. That said, Samsung Pay Mini wouldn’t have any access to contactless payments through the MST (Magnetic Secure [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - May 27, 2016 at 11:52 pm

Talk Android Podcast: Episode 8

Listen to the eighth episode of the Talk Android Podcast. It’ll stream live on YouTube at 4:00PM ET on May 27. In Episode 8 (5/27/16), we discuss the following topics: Hangouts existing alongside Allo Pebble returns to Kickstarter with three products Google stopping production of the Nexus 9, Nexus Player Samsung’s Gear VR [Read More...]

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[TA Deals] Get iFixit’s 64-Bit Driver Kit for just $35

Are you someone who needs to take their device in for repairs quite often? Well, worry not! Now you can repair all of your mobile devices by yourself with iFixit’s 64-Bit Driver Kit over on Talk Android Deals! This kit will give you the tools you need to take about just [Read More...]

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Google says VR fans should hold their upgrade till the Fall

Many have been wondering if Google’s Daydream virtual reality platform could be used on existing Android smartphones. Google has answered suggesting you wait to upgrade. According to Google, Daydream combines both hardware and software to create the best virtual reality experience one can get. Google said they’ll grant very few [Read More...]

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