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Nexus 5 2015 Release Date possibly set for September

Nexus 5 2015

Excited about Google’s upcoming flagship phone, the Nexus 5’s official successor? Well, we might not have to wait too long. According to TechRadar, new information has emerged which suggests the phone’s launch is even closer than previously anticipated, with Google revealing the phone on the 29th of September. This date …

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Google Shutting Down Google+Photos In August

Google announced on their blog, that they’re shutting down Google+Photos on August 1. It has been made clear by the company that this is an effort to make a smooth transition over to the app’s simpler successor: Google Photos. Users will have the option to port their photos over using a specific …

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Another Rumor to Examine: Nexus 5 (2015) Scores 85,530 on AnTuTu?

Google’s Nexus 5 (2015) has been the center of the rumor mill, especially with the above leaked picture. This surfaced on the Russian website, MobileTelefon, where supposedly, the Nexus scored an outstanding, record-breaking score of 85,530 points on the AnTuTu bench-marking. Several sites are questioning the authenticity of image, as the performance …

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Go Eye to Eye with EyeIn: The First Visual Search Engine

Google may find itself in a pickle. Their newest rival, EyeIn, is the first visual search engine that searches for images and videos that are taken off of social media sites like Facebook and even Instagram. While it may not provide answers to our unanswered questions, it allows users to experience the Internet in an …

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A Release Date Hinted for Google’s Nexus 5 2015

As we’re heading into solid leak and rumor territory for the upcoming 2015 edition of the Nexus 5, we’re beginning to see more and more signs of a release window. Google hasn’t made anything official yet, but inside sources are starting to spill the beans, as is usually the case …

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App of the week: Charlie

App of the week: Charlie

Each mobile operating system now boasts its own virtual personal assistant. Google has Google Now, Apple has Siri, Microsoft will soon introduce Cortana in all of its products and Blackberry will benefit for the “Assistant” service. However, these advanced features are nothing more than ways to activate the voice commands. …

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