Due to heavy traffic Motorola was forced to postpone the Cyber Monday deal of it’s Moto X phone.
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Google owned Motorola is offering the best Cyber Monday deal an Android user could think of.
The company is set to release new Camera API (application programming interface) which will give developers access to core features which are already built into Android’s hardware abstraction layer (HAL).
Acer has announced a $299 Chromebook -C720P – which features a touch-screen.
Microsoft is very very scared of Linux, the same operating system its CEO Steve Ballmer once called cancer.
Wondering about moving from iPhone to Android? Have a look at Schmidt’s detailed guide…
The company introduces two big changes to its Developer Edition Program.
Google will reward developers for making security improvements to the Android open source project.
Google has unveiled a companion card for Google Wallet account holders.
Samsung’s increasing focus on Tizen is indicative of the company’s intention to play a big role in the development of the OS…
Child porn is a growing global menace that not only..
The new solar energy plants are expected to be operational by early 2014.
Dart, Google’s homegrown Web programming language, is now ready for real-world websites.
In a surprising and unexpected move Google and it’s partners have removed the recently launched HP Chromebook 11 from shelves
Google’s Glass Explorer site now allows users to declare a spot in the programme to become Glass explorers, as soon as it becomes available.
According to Snapdeal, the much-awaited Google Nexus 5 smartphone will be available in the fourth week of November.
The tattoo would be placed onto a person’s neck to pick vibrations directly from their larynx.
The Launcher is a Nexus 5 exclusive for the time being and it may be a while before it is made available on other devices.
Here developers will get to try out Google’s long-awaited Glassware Development Kit (GDK) to create purpose-built apps for Glass.
If Snowden revelations are ‘assisting’ companies like Google and countries like Germany, should not these companies and countries defend Snowden?