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    Ultra high definition displays are coming your way and fast. So if you decide to pull the trigger on a screen with four times the resolution of 1080p, where are you going to get content from? As the price of 4K or UHDTVs comes down rapidly, getting content is...
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    Google and LG recently released the Nexus 5 direct from the Google Play store earlier this month. This afternoon we received the press release announcing retail availability and price in Australian and the news isn’t great.  The Nexus 5 will be available through Telstra stores from Tuesday 26th of...
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    Today Google finally officially announced the Nexus 5. LG and Google have buddied up to deliver the first smartphone to run Android 4.4, KitKat. The Nexus 5 is the slimmest and fastest Google Nexus phone to date. The Nexus 5, coincidently has a 5-inch display that is full HD...
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    Google announced yesterday that they’re improving Google Glass with version 2. One of the biggest changes in the new version is the move away from bone conduction for audio, to a more tradition earbud. This will be a mono earbud and hence only be available on one side of...
  • Google Nexus 5 shows up for US$349, things just got interesting

    Google just launched the Galaxy Nexus 5 into the US Play Store and has one killer feature, price. At US$349 this is a serious pricing decision that is set to shakeup the smartphone industry. Typically the latest devices are priced in the $700-$900 range to buy outright. With a...
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    Google has launched multi-stop routes in Google Maps. This more accurately reflects how people actually travel. Wether you stop for a coffee or a scenic view, you will stop on long trips. The new feature now allows you to plan out your stops and get a more accurate distance...
  • Leaked Nexus 5 specs reveal it to be almost identical to the LG G2

    An internal repair manual for Google’s upcoming Nexus 5 has leaked out into the hands of Android Police and has revealed pretty much all there is to know about Google’s upcoming flagship. Sporting specs that are almost identical to the LG G2, the Nexus 5 will have a 4.95-inch...
  • Google is sneaking Chrome OS straight into Windows 8

    Google is about to release its ultimate trojan horse into Windows with its upcoming version of Chrome, which will essentially be Chrome OS within Windows 8. While Chrome within the “Modern” Windows 8 has traditionally just been a full-screened version of the desktop browser, the latest release on Google’s...
  • Google Web Designer Beta launches, should Adobe be worried?

    Google has launched a new application called Web Designer. As you could guess from the name, it allows you to develop for the web, across multiple device types and of course it’s super easy to drop in Google Ads. The designer itself is surprisingly fully featured for a beta,...
  • Google StreetView opens the Large Hadron Collider to the world

    By now most people on the internet have used Google StreetView. It’s a fantastic tool that allows users to visit and experience locations around the world and pan around their streets as if you were walking the streets. This has been expanded to inside shopping centers, the ocean, the...
  • Android powers 1 Billion, hello Android 4.4 KitKat

    Google’s Sundar Pichai has confirmed that Android 4.4 will be called KitKat. While it’s a strange choice to use an existing brand, the kids at Google must love their chocolate. They have permission from Nestle to use the name, guess they don’t care about SEO. The new Google Android...
  • YouTube now remembers your playback position

    Watching videos on YouTube is an awesome experience. Whether you’re there for education or entertainment, the reality is there’s a lot of long-form content on the service, much of which you won’t finish in a single sitting. I’m not sure exactly when Google introduced this new feature, but it’s...
  • Elon Musk wishes he could build a vertical take off, hypersonic electric jet

    Elon Musk may is currently running two amazing companies SpaceX and Tesla simultaneously. It’s an amazing feat given most entrepreneurs struggle to focus on a single project, let alone two or three if we include his contributions to Solar City as well. This week Musk will unveil detailed plans for a new transportation...
  • This year in Android fragmentation

    OpenSignal has put together a report for the second year in a row showing the fragmentation between Android manufacturers and different versions of Android. It’s pretty scary not only how many different devices are released but just how much market share Samsung has alone, it also shows how little companies...
  • Watch a day at Taronga Zoo through Google Glass

    Google Glass isn’t out in Australia yet, but those lucky bastards at Taronga Zoo, Sydney were able to try it out. They put together a video of their experience using it for a day where they got up close and personal with the animals. One of the great advantages...

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