With LG Nexus 4 launched in India and priced at Rs. 25,999 at select outlets and online retailers, here is a look at if buying the phone is a good idea or not.
Google releases Hangouts, the Instant Messaging app which they think will unify all messaging apps they’ve made. But does it really live up to hopes? Let’s find out.
A complete round-up of all the announcements made by Google at its keynote session during day one of Google IO 2013 conference for developers.
Announcing BuddyPress Media review contest with prizes worth $1000, on the 10th anniversary of WordPress
Google inserts a easter egg in Google Image search results for Atari Breakout which starts a playable game on the browser. Google is commemorating Atari’s Breakouts 37th anniversary.
Gmail service in India, Middle East and South-East Asia has been facing sporadic service disruption. In the latest update the issue has been fixed.
Instashare is like AirDrop with less restrictions. It’s available for Macs and iOS devices and lets you share files on Wi-Fi and bluetooth instantaneously.
Google introduces a new “Save to Drive” button for web developers which will allow website visitors to save images, documents and files on their Drive account automatically.
Google makes amazing web services – which translate into very good mobile apps. Lately, Google has started showing too much love for the iOS, so much that it made me think if the apps are actually better than Android apps. Here, we try to find out.
I have been a little surprised that LG might be producing a new Nexus 5 phone to be presented at Google IO. In this post, I will be doing something that can quickly backfire, which is putting down 5 reasons why LG Nexus 5 seems a unlikely at this year’s Google I/O conference that starts …