Entry-level Google Nexus smartphone reportedly in the works

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Entry-level Google Nexus smartphone reportedly in the works

Google’s Nexus devices are popular among buyers as they offer high-end specifications and stock Android experience at pocket-friendly prices. Google is now said to be developing a new Nexus smartphone that is said to be even more affordable than its predecessors, MTKSJ reports. More →
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Google’s Project Tango smartphone set to assist astronauts on ISS

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Google’s Project Tango smartphone set to assist astronauts on ISS

Two months after Google announced Project Tango, which is an experimental Android-powered smartphone with 3D sensors, its Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) team is working to get a prototype inside the International Space Station to assist NASA astronauts. More →
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Cheaper Motorola smartphone to reportedly launch in May, specifications leaked

By about 6 hours ago.

Cheaper Motorola smartphone to reportedly launch in May, specifications leaked

Earlier this year, we had reported that Motorola was planning on launching a smartphone cheaper than the popular Moto G. Though we are yet to know what it is called, Tecnoblog has leaked a set of specifications of the cheaper smartphone and also claims that it will launch in May. More →
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Breeze, a fitness app that encourages users to walk

By on April 19, 2014 at 5:13 PM.

Breeze, a fitness app that encourages users to walk

 Runkeeper, the GPS fitness-tracking application has launched a new app called Breeze, which tracks users’ movements and activities. Unlike other similar apps such as Human or move that provides users with information on activities carried out in a single day at once, Breeze gives users data of past seven days. More →
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Fingerprint scanners from both Apple and Samsung mere gimmicks, says Biometrics expert

By on April 19, 2014 at 11:29 AM.

Fingerprint scanners from both Apple and Samsung mere gimmicks, says Biometrics expert

It’s pretty safe to say that computer science Professor Willy Susilo won’t be relying on a fingerprint scanner to keep his mobile phone secure. In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald, Susilo says that the fingerprint scanners used by Apple and Samsung are mere “gimmicks” that hackers can easily fool and that don’t give users and real biometric security. More →
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Samsung Galaxy K Zoom’s camera sample surfaces online

By on April 18, 2014 at 4:47 PM.

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom’s camera sample surfaces online

Samsung always has a camera phone in its range which is more camera than phone. So, after the Galaxy S Zoom, there will be a Galaxy K Zoom, and it will be announced on April 29. A camera sample surfaced online has brought some more information about the upcoming device, GSMArena reports. More →
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