Apple’s plans for digital glasses start to leak
Published in Wearables

Will connect to iPhones

Fruity cargo cult Apple has started to leak out information on its digital glasses project.

LG sells 200,000 V20s
Published in Mobiles
14 November 2016

LG sells 200,000 V20s

In just 10 days

LG’s V20 is doing rather well, with more than 200,000 of them leaping off shelves worldwide.

Google wants to outlaw proprietary USB-C fast-charging
Published in Mobiles

Everyone must use the same cables

Earlier last week, we wrote that 28W fast-charging has made its rounds into the smartphone market with companies such as Qualcomm and Huawei preparing new USB-C charging accessories to charge devices between 55 and 70 percent in under 30 minutes.

Google is a saint, not a sinner
Published in News

Kent hops about

The head lawyer of Google spent some time today outlining that his company isn’t motivated by greed, or by monopolistic tendencies, but instead is contributing to the welfare of all creatures great and small.

Google Daydream wants 1080p+
Published in Mobiles

Won't dream on 720p

Google has revealed specifications for Daydram and has defined a minimum specification that you will need to make a Daydream work.

Deep Mind to learn how to play StarCraft
Published in Games

What could possibly go wrong?

Some bright spark thought it would be a good idea to teach Google’s Deep Mind AI how to play Starcraft.

Google prioritises mobile sites
Published in News

Mobile index rolling out on small scale soon

A few weeks ago, Google announced that it would begin showing different search results for mobile and desktop searches, using two different indexes with the mobile version updated more frequently.

Google claims it’s as pure as snow
Published in News

Antitrust? On your bike, EU!

Search giant Google said today it denied charges brought by the European Union that it has committed a really mortal sin called behaving in an antitrust manner.

Russians exploit Windows hack
Published in News

Mr Putin says thanks very much Google

Russian hackers are taking advantage of the information on a zero day Windows flaw that Google gave them to hack western machines.

Google drops Microsoft in it with security flaw disclosure
Published in News

Lets Apple off but makes Microsoft customers vulnerable

After allowing Apple six months to fix a critical zero-day flaw, it seems that the Google security team gave Microsoft just 10 days to fix something before going public.