Google Nexus 5X now on sale in select regions
Published in Mobiles

The US, Canada, UK, Ireland, India, Korea and Japan

While the Google Nexus 6P was available from day one, those looking for a smaller 5.2-inch Nexus 5X had and might still have to wait a bit as it has just launched in select key markets.

Lollipop on a quarter of phones
Published in Mobiles

Not as fragmented as you think

Android is famously fragmented but it appears that the problem might not be as bad as claimed.

Microsoft sneaking into Putin's Russia
Published in News

All it cost was Bing

Software king of the world Microsoft has worked out a clever way to get its Windows 10 accepted in Tsar Putin's Russia without much trouble.

Tag Heuer's watch teased
Published in Wearables

Oh you little Intel Android tease you.

Google, Intel and luxuary watch-makter Tag Heuer have been teasing the release of a new smartwatch.

Tame Apple Press called out on Android motoring story
Published in Mobiles

Who lets the truth get in the way of an Apple Advert?

The Tame Apple press ran a story claiming that its favourite toymaker had been chosen by Porsche to run its systems because Android Auto was phoning home too much data.

Tsar Putin orders Google to ditch Android business model
Published in News

Or face a huge fine

Tsar Putin has decided that Google is going to have to ditch its current Android business model if it wants to continue to work in Mother Russia.

Nexus devices getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Published in Mobiles

All devices from Nexus 5 days

As it has promised last week during its event, Google has started rolling out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to the rest of the Nexus lineup.

Google now has an evil Alphabet overlord
Published in News

No evil costs too much

Search engine Google is now officially run by an Alphabet overlord which is permitted to do evil so long as it is legal.

Bloke owned Google for a minute
Published in News

Had webmaster access

A former Google worker managed to buy the domain name of his former employer and held it for a minute.

More peace declared in Smartphone wars
Published in Mobiles

Smartphone trademark world war cools

The world war between companies fighting over patent infringement connected to smartphones is starting to die out as all sides collapse of legal exhaustion.