All Product Articles tagged ‘google’
The Oppo N1 is the first device that allows users to choose between Oppo's own ColorOS or Cyanogenmod - all without voiding warranty. A swiveling camera and secondary touchpad rounds up its highlights. Will such a device win the hearts of Android power users? We investigate.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 (10.1-inch) with LTE is one of the rare Android tablets that's powered by an Intel Clover Trail+ Atom processor. Does it matter though? We compared it with other mid-tier tablets in the market to tell you the answer in this review.
Put Google Glass on for the first time and you get a glimpse of the future. The high-tech device isn't officially here yet, but we scored time with it at Google's offices and tested it against our Singlish.
While it may look like just an excuse for some cross-promotional advertising with Nestle, Google's latest Android update, 4.4 KitKat, represents a shift towards a cleaner design and an inclusionary attitude that will let it run well on almost any Android device. We take a closer look at some of its best features.
Simply put, the Google Chromecast is a wireless media streaming device built into a compact HDMI dongle. Even those who aren't interested in Netflix and YouTube are excited about this US$35 device, because its other big feature is to mirror a Chrome browser tab onto the TV. Without further ado, here's our review.
Google revealed a complete redesign of Google Maps at its Google I/O conference, which includes removing many user interface elements in favor of a full screen map, as well as cleaner, quicker-loading vector maps and full integration with Google Earth and Google Streetview. We take a closer look at the new Google Maps.
Google has announced a complete revamp to its social network, Google+, including 41 new features, including a revamped Photo tool, which includes some very smart features, a new Hangouts app, and many visual and technical improvements to the Google+ stream.
Futuremark's latest 3DMark benchmark has finally been updated for Android compatibility (unfortunately versions for iOS and Windows RT are still not available). We test out the Ice Storm and Ice Storm Extreme benchmarks on a handful of Android devices to see how they fare.
The wild, wild west. That's as accurate a description as we can give for Google Play (formerly known as Google's Android Market). But is it as untamed as we think it is, or is it a wild stallion that can be lulled into submission? We paint you the current landscape and pointers to stay safe.
We managed to get our paws all over the Samsung Galaxy S III in an exclusive, albeit short, hands-on session. So let's cut to the chase; check out our preview on the highly anticipated gadget after the jump.