Samsung upgrades Galaxy Alpha to Lollypop
Published in Mobiles

Starts in Korea

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha update to Android Lollipop has begun in South Korea.

Google allows you to download your entire search history
Published in News

Now you will know what the NSA does

While there has been some controversy about search engines handing over histories to the cops, it appears that Google is allowing people do download their entire history and export it.

Finally you can Google your Android phone
Published in News

Tells you where you left it

Google will let you use the search engine on your desktop computer to find your lost phone.

Apple holds security door open for the Chinese
Published in News

Never reads the papers

While Google and Mozilla have been falling over themselves to stop a data leak to China, Apple has cheerfully ignored the problem.

Google and Intel to speed up Android updates
Published in Mobiles

At least on Intel gear

Intel and Google want to slash the wait time for users to get Android updates.

Australia puts Apple, Google and Microsoft under tax spotlight
Published in News

Watch 'em wriggle

Australia is the first country to put Google, Apple and Microsoft's "completely legal" tax avoidance under the spotlight.

EU about to sue Google
Published in News

Long expected anti-trust case 

The EU is pressing ahead with its plan to sue Google for anti-trust antics 

Samsung provides 3D NAND flash to Google
Published in News

Coming right at ya

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured another hell on earth yarn that Samsung has agreed to supply Google with its advanced three-dimensional NAND flash (3D NAND) solid state drives (SSD).

Sony releases its developer's kit for Glasses
Published in Wearables

Already cheaper than Google

Sony has released its developer's kit for its Glasses project.

Google fudges search results for advertising
Published in News

Dirty deeds done dirt cheap

Google appears to have fudged its search results to make a quick buck from advertising, according to an Federal Trade Commission report accidently leaked to the Wall Street Journal.