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Ausdroid Podcast 138 – Google I/O 2015: Welcome to episode 138 of the Ausdroid podcast! This week it’s all Google I/O, all the time! With Dan returning from San Francisco with a ton of Google and Android swag and the full I/O experience under his belt, we went… #Accessories #GooglePlay #ausdroid
Welcome to episode 138 of the Ausdroid podcast! This week it’s all Google I/O, all the time! With Dan returning from San Francisco with a ton of Google and Android swag and the full I/O experience under his belt, we went through the biggest announcements from the keynote presentation and some of the sessions Dan attended. With Jason Murray, Dan[Read More...]
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Kinston announces a USB 3.0/USB-C dual Flash Drive at Computex: Memory maker Kingston has unveiled a new USB flash drive at Computex, tieing in with the latest USB tech update: USB-C. The new flash drive, called the DataTraveler microDuo 3C USB Flash drive, is similar to the… #Accessories #ausdroid
Memory maker Kingston has unveiled a new USB flash drive at Computex, tieing in with the latest USB tech update: USB-C. The new flash drive, called the DataTraveler microDuo 3C USB Flash drive, is similar to the current Duo type drives, though instead of microUSB and USB, it connects to the newer USB-C ports. USB-C is the new type of[Read More...]
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Personal productivity tool Centrallo releases Material Design update for their app: Personal productivity tool Centrallo has been updated, with the app receiving a fresh new makeover to bring it inline with Google’s Material Design guidelines. The update has gone live… #Apps #Centrallo #ausdroid
Personal productivity tool Centrallo has been updated, with the app receiving a fresh new makeover to bring it inline with Google’s Material Design guidelines. The update has gone live over night and has received good feedback from their core beta group testers. The Material Design update, includes a more colourful, minimalist interface that’s described as more airy and has plenty[Read More...]
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Mahindra joins Open Auto Alliance, bringing Android Auto further: Indian car manufacturer Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd (known more commonly as Mahindra) have announced their membership of Google’s Open Automotive Alliance, which will see the company bring Android Auto to its… #AndroidAuto #News #ausdroid
Indian car manufacturer Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd (known more commonly as Mahindra) have announced their membership of Google’s Open Automotive Alliance, which will see the company bring Android Auto to its range of vehicles. Under the banner of this association with Google and the OAA, Mahindra is getting ready to provide its customers with the next level of connectivity through ‘Android[Read More...]
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Google Play sends out notifications that Terminator Genisys: Revolution is now available to download: Google Play’s first game to use pre-registration, Terminator Genisys: Revolution has finally launched. After appearing last month on Google Play inviting users to sign… #Apps #Terminator #ausdroid
Google Play’s first game to use pre-registration, Terminator Genisys: Revolution has finally launched. After appearing last month on Google Play inviting users to sign up for pre-registration users are this morning receiving notifications to download the game – and early indications are that it’s good. Glu Mobile are the creators of the licensed title, based on the Paramount movie which[Read More...]
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‘Ok Hound’ a new Google Now competitor from SoundHound: Makers of audio recognition software SoundHound, have released a new virtual assistant to rival Google Now. The app, which has been released in Beta, is ready to rock apparently, with natural language input based on the… #Apps #Hound #ausdroid
Makers of audio recognition software SoundHound, have released a new virtual assistant to rival Google Now. The app, which has been released in Beta, is ready to rock apparently, with natural language input based on the initiating phrase ‘Ok Hound’. The app is now ready to try out on Google Play, with a very promising introductory video showing that Hound[Read More...]
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+Michael Delpach when I see things like this, I instantly get the feeling the only thing they want to do is get acquired by Google.
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Huawei Y635 added to Optus Pre-Paid for $139: Optus has added another new 4G mobile to their pre-paid line-up, with the Huawei Y635. With a large 5″ screen, the Huawei Y635 offers customers bang for their buck on the Optus pre-paid network, with a phone able to access… #Carriers #Phones #ausdroid
Optus has added another new 4G mobile to their pre-paid line-up, with the Huawei Y635. With a large 5″ screen, the Huawei Y635 offers customers bang for their buck on the Optus pre-paid network, with a phone able to access the new 700MHz 4G network, as well as the older, yet consistently reliable 1800MHz network. The phone has decent specs[Read More...]
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Avast GrimeFighter (aka Cleanup): An app that actually does what it says, and cleans up your phone: Ausdroid, like the broader Android community, has typically been a little sceptical of products and services that have tried to make the jump from traditional desktop motifs to… #Apps #News #ausdroid
Ausdroid, like the broader Android community, has typically been a little sceptical of products and services that have tried to make the jump from traditional desktop motifs to the mobile environment. Hot on the heels of a tour through Asia, Ausdroid caught up with Vince Steckler and Ondrej Vlček from Avast in Sydney yesterday for a bit of a chat about their mobile[Read More...]
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Nintendo denies rumours of Android-powered console: Yesterdays report from Nikkei that Nintendo’s next console would be based on the Android Operating System has been denied by Nintendo. In an article published today, the Wall Street Journal has a quote from a… #Games #Manufacturer #ausdroid
Yesterdays report from Nikkei that Nintendo’s next console would be based on the Android Operating System has been denied by Nintendo. In an article published today, the Wall Street Journal has a quote from a Nintendo Spokesman: “There is no truth to the report saying that we are planning to adopt Android for NX” Personally I hope that the rumour[Read More...]
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Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition for Galaxy S6 and S6 edge available from 18th June for $299: Samsung Australia has today announced that the Gear VR Innovator Edition for Galaxy S6 and S6 edge will be available from 18th June 2015 for $299. The VR headset, which works in… #Accessories #ausdroid
Samsung Australia has today announced that the Gear VR Innovator Edition for Galaxy S6 and S6 edge will be available from 18th June 2015 for $299. The VR headset, which works in concert with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge handsets, was announced at MWC in March. Powered by Occulus software, the hardware has a few extras which take[Read More...]
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Google Transit information gets easier to read: Since 2007, Google has been feeding Transit information into Google Maps to help navigate around the world. Over the years, they’ve expanded to more than 18,000 cities and towns in 64 countries, across six continents, and… #Apps #Transit #ausdroid
Since 2007, Google has been feeding Transit information into Google Maps to help navigate around the world. Over the years, they’ve expanded to more than 18,000 cities and towns in 64 countries, across six continents, and today they’re adding more sources as well as improving the way results are displayed. Today, Google has announced that they’re bringing on board 25+[Read More...]
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Developer of Wunderlist acquired by Microsoft: The development lab responsible for the popular “to do” app Wunderlist, 6Wunderkinder has been purchased by Microsoft for an amount reported to be between US$100 Million and US$200 Million. The acquisition fits in line with the… #Apps #News #ausdroid
The development lab responsible for the popular “to do” app Wunderlist, 6Wunderkinder has been purchased by Microsoft for an amount reported to be between US$100 Million and US$200 Million. The acquisition fits in line with the recent show from Microsoft to support multiple platforms. According to the Wall Street Journal (NB subscription required) the deal doesn’t change much in the[Read More...]
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