Category: Technology

Google Finishes Short of Q4 Expectations, Grows 19%

Google just released its Q4 earnings report today, and some investors may be a little less than pleased. The tech giant finished with less growth than originally predicted, but still managed to bring in a revenue of $18.1 billion and earnings per share of $6.88. The net income was $4.76 billion, which is also an […]

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OxygenOS is the name of the new OnePlus ROM

OnePlus held a contest to come up with name for their own ROM, and they just announced the winning name. It’s going to be OxygenOS, and the winner is @midifire. With so many entries, what caught their attention to OxygenOS? According to their forum post, “Oxygen is the epitome of simplicity, yet it’s also extraordinarily powerful.” […]

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Sprint will apologize to AT&T and Verizon during the Super Bowl

A couple of months ago, Sprint released a commercial about their family plan and kind of referred to AT&T and Verizon as sheep. Well apparently they have decided to issue an apology during the third quarter of some sort of big football game this weekend. Yup, it will be in the form of a commercial. […]

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They have to be kidding: Google admits they can’t keep up with Nexus 6 demand

It’s starting to sound like a broken record with every Nexus phone. Google reported quarterly results today and CFO Patrick Pichette acknowledged that they can’t keep up with Nexus 6 demand. He said, “While the Nexus 6 was well received as a new phone, we had real issues and were unable to secure sufficient inventory […]

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Could the LG G4 sport a 3K display?

The LG G4 (LG-VS999) was spotted in a leaked document. That in itself is no big deal, but what is interesting is the display resolution, which is 2880 x 1620. It’s believed that this device is headed to Verizon since the Verizon G3 had a model number of LG-VS985. Now interestingly enough the AT&T version […]

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Chromecast dominates U.S. streaming, users have hit Cast 1 billion times

Google’s Chromecast costs only $35. At that price, people may assume the dongle is inferior to its competition. In reality, Chromecast is on the same level as other streaming devices. And today Google chief business officer Omid Kordestani pointed to a report from NPD Group that named Chromecast as the top selling streaming device in […]

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Saygus V2 pre-ordering opens February 2 at 11:59pm MST

At CES 2015, the Saygus V2 was introduced to the world with impressive components on the inside and out. Saygus announced at the event that the V2 would be released during the first quarter of 2015. We are getting closer to that release as Saygus will take pre-orders beginning February 2 at 11:59pm MST. The […]

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Smart Lock for Chrome open to all Chrome OS users

Prior to today, Smart Lock was only available to users of the Chrome OS Dev Channel. Today, that is no more as the feature is open to any and every Chrome OS user (with a Bluetooth connection). Smart Lock allows Android 5.0 Lollipop devices to unlock nearby Chromebooks seamlessly. The Chrome OS device will recognize […]

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Microsoft silently investing in Cyanogen

The last two years have been quite good for Cyanogen. The company saw its software ship on new hardware and quickly gain praise. All of this made investors eager to become involved with the software developer. Microsoft, Amazon, Samsung, and even Yahoo all were said to have expressed interest in Cyanogen almost six months ago. […]

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Exclusive: NASA recaps Project Tango-equipped Smart SPHERES, hints at next-generation of free-flying robots

Back in July of last year, crew members aboard the International Space Station (ISS) received a very special payload of devices from Google’s Advanced Technologies and Projects team. The prototype devices, codenamed Project Tango, were meant for NASA’s microsatellites, the SPHERES, that have been accompanying the astronauts on their voyage around the planet since 2006. I […]

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Get a closer look at Microsoft Outlook Preview for Android

Microsoft has announced a preview of their Outlook mail client for Android smartphones and tablets, so if you’ve been waiting for a full Outlook solution for your devices, the wait is over. The app supports syncing and managing your mail, contacts, and calendars, and it’s been created from the ground up to work on a […]

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Samsung’s Milk Music service now accessible through the Galaxy Tab 4 and Note tablets

Samsung announced the Milk Music streaming service last year to take on the likes of Beats Music, Pandora and Spotify. Its compatibility however was limited to a handful of Samsung devices, mostly limited to smartphones. Today, the Korean manufacturer has introduced support for Milk Music on Galaxy Note tablets as well as the lineup of […]

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