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‘Android Wear’ SDK Takes Wearable Tech To The Next Level

2014 is shaping up to be the year wearable technology really hits the ground running. We’ve seen Samsung’s revised Galaxy Gear smartwatch, we’ve seen Pebble’s second-generation smartwatch, and just yesterday, gotten a glimpse of the Moto 360, which will be available in a few short months. One common fabric among all of these: they all [...]

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Google May Soon Launch Its Own Smartwatch

Another tech juggernaut may soon enter the brewing smartwatch wars: Google is rumored to be planning to introduce its own wrist-wear, and the technology would likely be heavily influenced by Google Now. 9to5Google reported the rumor this week that suggests Google’s foray into the smartwatch market would heavily leverage its already awesome Google Now technology [...]

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7 Tips And Tricks For Your New Nexus 7

A lot of you are just getting your new Nexus 7, or expecting it in the next few days. As they start hitting the shelves and flooding the streets, I wanted to put together a quick how-to guide with 5 things you should know how to do once you get it out of the box. [...]

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Living In New York City With Google Now: The Features I Love And The Features I Wish It Had

For the first few months I was living in the city, I had an old phone that no longer held a charge or had room for many apps. In late February I was finally able to purchase a Nexus 4 and have spent the last 5 months in a relationship with Google Now that is [...]

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Google Now Finally Comes To iPhone And iPad

If you have the Google Search app on your iPhone or iPad, make sure to get the update to version 3.0, available in the AppStore today. It includes Google Now, which was previously only available for Android devices. Google Now is one of the big things I like about Android, so being available on my [...]

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Google Brings Boarding Passes To Your Android

Google continues to add new Cards to Google Now, further adding to the convenience of its predictive, smart service.  Now, if you’re flying with supported airlines, your boarding pass will appear as a card when you get to the airport. Just check-in using the airline kiosk (or electronically, via the web) and your boarding pass [...]

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The Ubi – an AI house servant Kickstarter project

Having an AI servant in every room in your house is the dream. Google Now and Siri make it possible to have AI In your pocket, but the batteries of our phones make it impossible to leave them always on. So if you’re cutting up vegitables in the kitchen, it can be a pain to [...]

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Why Android shouldn’t be ignored

After my piece about trying Android as my main device and quitting quickly, I thought I’d follow up with why I think Android is worth continuing to watch. There are a few reasons that I won’t give up on Android, and may come back and try again in the future: They’re taking lag more seriously [...]