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Google gives Project Ara to developers

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Creating customizable modular smartphones is probably Google’s most ambitious and interesting project. Called Project Ara, Google’s attempt to bring modular smartphones to the market is now one step closer to reality, because the tech giant has recently announced its intentions to give Project Ara to developers. Google has already accepted some applications from developers, who are more than interested in ...

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Project Ara – The story so far

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The Google I/O provided a lot of new information on a lot of cool projects, like Duet, Tango or Ara. Although Project Ara is still a prototype, we could see it running (at least booting) on the event. Ara was only a concept last year in October but has come a long way since thanks to Google’s ATAP (Advanced Technology ...

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Android TV brings Google back to the living room

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Google is making a huge push with Android this year, spreading its reach to your phone, your computer, your car, your wrist, and now finally, your television with the all new Android TV. The long-rumored service finally debuted onstage at Google’s I/O conference, featuring a simple to use, clean user interface based on Google’s new Material Design, the software running ...

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Google previews Android L and new Material interface

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The first order of business today at Google’s I/O conference was to show what everyone came to see: A new version of Android. Google showed off a major redesign of the mobile OS with the Android L Developer Preview, the biggest change being purely an aesthetic one with the new Material Design. But don’t worry, the Google Now inspired interface ...

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LG G3 global release date officially announced

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The highly anticipated LG G3 smartphone has already made its debut in South Korea and managed to sell incredibly well, even surpassing the popular Samsung Galaxy S5 flagship. Now the device is preparing to leave its home country and will launch globally on June 27th. LG’s latest handset will first hit Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, and the Philippines and make ...

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New LG G Watch image leaks shortly before unveiling

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The LG G Watch is expected to be announced at the upcoming Google I/O developers’ conference, which is scheduled to take place during 25-26 June. An image of the smartwatch was recently uploaded anonymously on Imagur and shows that the device will feature an app which allows it to communicate with smartphones via microUSB. The uploader didn’t reveal any details about the device, but the ...

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Samsung plans to launch Android Wear smartwatch at I/O 2014

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According to a CNET report, Samsung is planning to launch an Android Wear smartwatch next week during Google’s I/O 2014 developers’ conference. The article says that the upcoming device will be similar to the Galaxy Gear and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches. Moreover, the Korean company seems to be working on two models of this still unannounced device. “Samsung has been working on an Android Wear ...

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Price, Specs and Features available for the Moto 360

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Soon after Google announced its Android Wear platform for wearable devices, Motorola announced its intent of launching the Moto 360 that will make use of the new OS. It will be Motorola’s first smartwatch to use the Android Wear platform. The Moto 360, unlike the Samsung Gear 2 or the LG G Watch, follows a classical, round design, giving it ...

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Moto 360 – Everything you need to know

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Wearable devices are getting more real by each day. Google already announced its Android Wear platform back in March that will serve as the new OS for all kinds of wearable devices. LG has already announced its LG G Watch and Motorola its Moto 360 to arrive in the near future and we can’t wait for them to arrive. The ...

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