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Motorola’s Droid Turbo: that battery though!

Published by on Oct 21st, 2014, 1 Comment

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The Motorola Droid name has been around since the early days of Android. Especially in the US, the Droid name is what made the company’s devices popular again after many a year of flip phone (albeit, great ones). (more…)

Gmail to become all-encompassing email app?

Published by on Oct 21st, 2014, 1 Comment

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The application Google created for their Gmail service is already extremely simple and easy to use, and great at linking multiple Gmail accounts (especially on Android). With a new version of the app on the horizon, we weren’t quite sure what we could expect in terms of new functionality. (more…)

The Science of Talking to Computers (video)

Published by on Oct 21st, 2014, No Comments

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It is quite staggering how quickly computing has evolved. It has changed almost every part of our lives, from the mundane to extremely exciting.

Voice recognition and communicating with computers have been staples of science fiction for many years, but it turns out that it is actually one of the harder things to do with a computer. In part, because language is extremely complicated when it comes down to the mathematics, it is much more difficult to teach a computer to speak to you than it is to play chess (and very well), for example. (more…)

Google posts first Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 ads (videos)

Published by on Oct 16th, 2014, No Comments

You won’t be seeing these ads on South African television, but they do tell you a bit about the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. You may want to take a look as online stores will most likely be bringing these devices into the country in a timely manner. (more…)

Nexus 6 goes official: newest stock Android superphone

Published by on Oct 15th, 2014, 6 Comments

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We don’t use the word ‘superphone’ lightly. We’ve only used the term on the highest of high end devices, and never on the Nexus line of stock Android devices.

After months of speculation and rumours, debates and leaks, to and fro in the tech community, Google has finally taken the warps of the Nexus 6, a Motorola built phone this time around. A big change for the brand, this year the Nexus 6 is a full on phablet, a 5.9-inch behemoth. (more…)

Google service to connect patients with doctors over video chat

Published by on Oct 14th, 2014, No Comments

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Many people have fallen into the same trap that the internet so devilishly sets. You are supposed to get every small bit of information you are looking for, right? Unfortunately, because the internet is open to all, it’s also open to abuse. It isn’t always intentional, but a lot of false information is floating around – especially when it comes to medical advice. (more…)

Oppo reveals the N3’s swivel camera

Published by on Oct 14th, 2014, No Comments

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October is shaping up to be a big month for mobile. Last week we saw two interesting new devices from HTC, the HTC Desire Eye and the HTC Re. We will also see the release of at least one new iPad this week, but we are expecting at least one more as well. We shouldn’t forget the Chinese counterparts, though. (more…)

Play Store gets Material Design update

Published by on Oct 13th, 2014, No Comments

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Google is calling the design language that we will be seeing with the advent of Android L, Material Design. They have already started updating some of their stock apps to carry this same design even before Android L is released (which is likely to be this month). (more…)

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