Google is in the smartphone business, obviously. But are they in it to win it, or just f**king around? Sometimes I wonder. Google is obviously a visionary company with incredible technology and the capacity to build some of the greatest…
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Everybody is outraged — OUTRAGED! — that Google will soon start using their names and faces in advertising. The pundits are screaming bloody murder over the move, suggesting that Google is now as bad as Facebook. The more constructive critics are scrambling to give instructions for opting out. But all this gnashing of teeth and […]
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Between now and Christmas, we’re going to see a flood of new smartwatches hitting the market, and I have the feeling that Google’s rumored smartwatch will be one of them. Google is working on a smartwatch. But what kind of watch? In the wake of revelations that Google bought WiMM Labs, it’s looking like Google’s […]
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Unlike Apple, Google likes to make its hardware compatible with all of your other gadgets â€” regardless of which platform they’re running. So you may have purchased a $35 Chromecast dongle to work with your iOS devices. If so, you’ll be interested in Google’s new Chromecast app, which lets you set up and manage your […]
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This week on the ‘ol CultCast: why Google’s new Chromecast is great for us Apple fans; the 5S might be the biggest S-upgrade ever; Apple’s earnings make a low-cost iPhone look likely; how to best connect your iDevice to your car stereo; the Dev Center gets hacked; and then, Tim Cook sings Barbie Girl! Have [...]
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Today Google unveiled its second-gen Nexus 7 tablet. The 7-inch,Â ASUS-made device packs a stunningÂ 1,920 x 1,200 display. That translates toÂ 323 pixels per inch, which is up considerably from the first Nexus 7’sÂ 216 ppi. It’s also a higher resolution display than what Apple offers with the iPad mini, the company’s only flagship product that hasn’t been [...]
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Google’s Sundar Pichai is hosting a press event in San Francisco in less than two hours, where we expect to see the company’s latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update, and the second-generation Nexus 7. If you want to stay on top of the event as it happens, you’ll be pleased to know you can watch [...]
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At the same Sun Valley conference where Apple CEO Tim Cook and Senior Vice President Eddy Cue are prowling around looking for iTunes deals, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says that the war between Google and Apple isn’t quite so thermonuclear anymore. In fact, he says Cupertino is thawing in many respects towards the search [...]
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Apple’s share price has steadily been falling for some time now, and earlier this week it dipped below $400 a share for the second time this year. Meanwhile, Google’s has been on the rise. As a result, if you take away all the cash the two companies have sat in the bank and just look [...]
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If you use Google’s maps app on your iPad, you’ll know that it kinda sucks. Search is great, and the fancy maps look ok, but the UI elements are comically big when blown up to fit the iPad screen, and they cover most of what you really want to see – the maps. And Street View isn’t much better.
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