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Google X: Project Wing to use drones to make deliveries

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Project Wing from Google X laboratories aims at same-day delivery service, trumping Amazon’s drone program. Since verybody is aching for same-day delivery, this field of research has been blooming lately and the apparition of drones is not something entirely unexpected. Google is a leading tech company so it’s no surprise that it got mixed up in the drone affair. Google’s ...

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Nexus 9 leaked through Antutu

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The Nexus 9 is supposedly an HTC made tablet that will sport an 8.9 inch  1440×2560 display and that’s everything we’ve known about the Google device so far. A new leak has surfaced via Antutu Benchmark earlier, though, indicating LTE support. The Nexus 9 tablet will run a 64 bit Tegra K1 Denver, Android L 5.0 and a 45,923 score on the ...

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Pandora Radio on Google Glass

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Pandora Radio just rolled out a Google Glass app this week, making it possible for Google Glass users to listen to music right from their glasses. A whole lo of talking has been heard about Google Glass lately, and all the improvements, including the new XE 20.1 patent design, make Google Glass skyrocket to the top of trending gadgets. People ...

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New Google Glass Patent Spotted

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Google Glass users have been rather unsatisfied with the design of the smart glasses so far, saying that the technology was far too obvious. The main concern of people spotting Google Glass users was that their privacy was being invaded by the gadget. The fact that outsiders may not realize when the device is in use leaves them suspicious about the ...

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Nexus 5 vs Nexus 6 – Ready for an upgrade?

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The LG Nexus 5 earned its popularity thanks to its great specs and low price tag. Simply put, the smartphone offers the best bang for your buck out there. But while you’ll be hard pressed to find a device that comes with a better performance to price ratio, you’ll certainly find more than a few that offer more in terms of just ...

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Moto X+1 and Moto 360 likely to be unveiled on September 4th

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Today Motorola sent out invites for an event scheduled to take place on September 4th. The invites’ design is very reminiscent of a children’s game and features four icons, each depicting a Motorola product. Two of the icons suggest that we will be seeing the Moto X and Moto G at the scheduled event while another one shows some form of headset. The ...

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Nexus 6 will run on Android L and sport a Snapdragon 805 according to AnTuTu benchmark

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Previously believed to be cancelled, the Nexus 6 keeps surfacing all over the place lately with more and more evidence pointing at the fact that it is well underway after all. Most sources suggest that this device is currently co-developed by Google and Motorola under the codename Shamu. The upcoming handset recently surfaced on AnTuTu complete with specs and operating system. A previous benchmark appearance hinted ...

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Can the Nexus Foo be real?

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There has been a massive leak on a benchmark site of a new Nexus device dubbed Foo. That’s all we can say is completely and unequivocally true. The name does confuse already, since we have been used to Nexus [aquatic animal] [series number] format from Google, so this is something indisputably new and unheard of. What the benchmark reveals is ...

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Yahoo aims for end-to-end encryption

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Black Hat security conference yesterday saw Yahoo announcing that end-to-end encryption is scheduled to be implemented for their email service. Yahoo has effectively joined Google in an effort to protect user privacy from spying agencies (and other spying entities). Email encryption has been an issue recently and Yahoo took responsibility on fixing the issue on it’s own end. Google has ...

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