Head of Android, Chrome and Apps, Sundar Pichai, announced that over 1 billion Android devices have been activated to date. Another mind-blowing stat is that there are at least 1.5 million activations taking place per day!
Source: Android Central
Sundar Pichai, Head of Android and Chrome has confirmed that the upcoming version of Android, 4.4, will be called KitKat. To promote the partnership, a new Willy Wonka-style contest offers buyers of specially-marked KitKat packages a chance to win either a free Nexus 7 or a Google Play credit. Check this to see how Android has evolved.
Source: The Verge
Apple has sent out press invitations featuring the tagline “this should brighten everyone’s day” in light of the Sept 10 iPhone Event. Those awaiting the iPhone 5S are in for a treat. Also, if rumours hold true, we will also see the unveiling of the iPhone 5C, a budget version of the smartphone.
This awesome bracelet by Bionym takes fingerprint readers, face unlock, retinal scanners and passwords a step further. The Nymi will use your ECG to identify you and offers a whole array of features you might want to check out!
Source: The Verge
Looks like it will be a long wait for those awaiting the arrival of the Google Glass. Ever since its announcement back in 2012, Google has been making constant updates and hopes to release the product to the public in 2014. This will of course be supplemented by the launch of the app storefront.
CSR, the company behind the technology in products like Beats Wireless headphones and Nike+, has now created Surface, a thin slice of flexible touchscreen with a custom-printed keyboard on top. The device connects to your tablet or smartphone using a low-power version of Bluetooth and sadly will not be available for at least another year!
Google+ offers custom URLs It has finally happened – Google+ has started offering custom URLs to accounts. There are a few conditions though. The profile needs to be older than 30 days, have more than...
Apple, Microsoft And Free Software Apple, following Microsoft, announced that its iWork suite of productivity applications will be free on the new OS X and iOS devices. Also the Mavericks update to OS X was...