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Google’s Nexus 7 – great in size, but is there any substance?

Arriving in time for Christmas to round off its smartphone range alongside the Nexus 5, Google’s Nexus 6 fills that all important “phablet” niche with a device that’s as big…


Google Nexus 9: their finest tablet entry?

Though it hasn’t scaled the heights of Samsung’s Android success, Google’s Nexus line has been doing a good trade with your “purists” and those who enjoy a less restricted experience,…


Motorola Moto X review round-up

Under Google’s brief stewardship of Motorola (May 2012 to January 2014), two handsets reached the market: the budget Moto G and the more premium Moto X. The Moto X is…


Google acquires Nest, but what is it and how does it work?

If may have come as a surprise to some when news broke announcing that Google had spent $3.2 billion (it’s not a surprise yet) on a company called Nest Labs,…

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The best features in Android KitKat 4.4

New versions of Android don’t arrive with the same kind of hullabaloo as they used to, nor it would seem the same numerical significance. After Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 and…


Review roundup: Google Nexus 5 smartphone

Following weeks and weeks of leaks, rumours and speculation the Nexus 5 has finally arrived as the new reference Android smartphone. Can the Google and LG collaboration really provide a…


Review round up: HP Chromebook 14

Its “eye-popping” colours are the first thing Engadget mentions in its hands on review of the new HP Chromebook 14. Citing the aesthetical merits (particularly the colour) of a new…

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Google’s Chromecast Review Roundup

Last week Google released a HDMI dongle called Chromecast, a week later the entire tech fraternity are still talking about it – so what is it and why is it…


Google Nexus 7 – Review Round Up

Nine months ago Google released the Nexus 7 and it wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say it changed the tablet landscape forever. Before the Nexus 7, tablet owners had two…


Stock Android: Pros and Cons

The Nexus 4 comes with stock Android, but now more phones are getting in on the act. Once the exclusive preserve of Nexus-branded devices (and rooters), the stock version of…


Chromebook Pixel Review Roundup: Google Goes Premium

Slowly but surely, Google’s Chrome OS is gaining ground. Chromebooks – cheap, lightweight laptops featuring nothing but the Chrome Web browser – are beginning to sell in significant numbers, and…


Google I/O Round-Up

With Google I/O developers now finished we take a look back at Google’s two big announcements: the world’s first ever Nexus 7 tablet and the latest version of Android’s Jelly…


Samsung and Google team up to launch the Galaxy Nexus

The ever-competitive Smartphone market has just entered new territory with the immediate release of the Galaxy Nexus. The Nexus is the world’s first Smartphone to run Ice Cream Sandwich, the…


Chrome OS preview

So what is Chrome OS? Not to be confused with Google’s browser of the same name, it’s a Linux-based operating system, which has been designed to work with web applications….


Nexus S: Google and Gingerbread – just in time for Christmas

While mobile phone reviewers are still pleasantly surprised when they encounter a phone that incorporates Android’s 2.2 version, the Google Nexus S is taking things to the next level, offering…

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