Google Details When Pixel and Nexus Devices Will Die

New charts uncovered by Droid Life detail when exactly Google will stop supporting some of their most recent Pixel and Nexus devices in terms of software updates. As a forewarning, 2017 is probably the worst year to buy any of these gadgets. For the Pixel and Pixel XL, Google won't guarantee another major Android update after … Continue reading Google Details When Pixel and Nexus Devices Will Die

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Google and Huawei Made a High-End Raspberry Pi for $239

Huawei recently received assistance from Google to develop a new $239 Raspberry Pi competitor that features high-end specifications and is capable of running full-fledged Android at a faster speed. The board, called the HiKey 960, was developed in conjunction with Huawei, Google, ARM, Archermind, and LeMaker who all contributed to the project. In terms of the … Continue reading Google and Huawei Made a High-End Raspberry Pi for $239

You Can Now Load the Google Assistant on Any Device with a New SDK

https://youtu.be/Wsic12MXlsc A new SDK has been launched by Google that allows interested developers to load the AI-backed Google Assistant on practically any device. The company says the toolkit is perfect for your own hardware prototype "like a self-built robot or a voice-enabled smart mirror," so obviously the technology isn't ready yet to go commercial. But … Continue reading You Can Now Load the Google Assistant on Any Device with a New SDK

Apple Rolls Out Fifth Build of iOS 10.3.2 to Testers

Just three days ago, Apple released the fourth build of iOS 10.3.2 to beta testers everywhere. Now, the company is at it again with the fifth beta of the future OS upgrade for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. If your device is registered to receive beta builds, head over to Settings > General > Software … Continue reading Apple Rolls Out Fifth Build of iOS 10.3.2 to Testers

Apple May Introduce Person-to-Person Payments and Digital Prepaid Debit Cards This Year

It looks like Apple Pay is getting a major upgrade this year. According to a report by Recode, Apple and Visa are currently in talks to introduce prepaid digital debit cards that would allow users to spend money received from others. Person-to-person payments would enable this feature which is also said to be launching this … Continue reading Apple May Introduce Person-to-Person Payments and Digital Prepaid Debit Cards This Year

BlackBerry’s Android-Powered KeyOne to Launch Next Month in Canada and U.S.

BlackBerry announced its latest Android-powered smartphone known as the KeyOne during MWC 2017, but it was at the end of March when we got an idea for when the company's last phone to feature a physical keyboard would actually launch. Now, TCL, the company who built BlackBerry's latest device, has announced that the KeyOne will … Continue reading BlackBerry’s Android-Powered KeyOne to Launch Next Month in Canada and U.S.

You Can Now Slap Our Logo on Your Android Wear Watch

Smartwatches are trendy. Whether you have an Apple Watch, Moto 360, or LG Watch, there's plenty of people out there with a computer strapped to their wrist to check notifications and get fitter. So what better way to enjoy your favorite technology news website than with a free watch face you can stare at for … Continue reading You Can Now Slap Our Logo on Your Android Wear Watch

Samsung Introduces New App to Combat Distracted Driving

Samsung today announced a new effort to attempt to rid the world of distracted drivers who tend to use their smartphone while operating a vehicle. A new app called In-Traffic Reply will automatically detect when one is in the driver's seat and automatically reply to anyone who contacts them. A text message will notify contactees … Continue reading Samsung Introduces New App to Combat Distracted Driving