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D-Link’s mydlink products to support Google Assistant

D-Link and Google have partnered to bring Google Assistant compatibility to the upcoming mydlink products. The compatibility will give D-Link customers the ability to use Google Assistant with voice control to manage their smart home products. Users will be able to do this simply by saying “OK Google” to the Google Assistant. From here can […]

Android 7.0 Nougat Released

Google have completed their 7.0 beta program and have officially released Android 7.0 today on selected devices. Included are the Nexus5X, Nexus6P, Nexus6, Nexus9, Nexus Player, Pixel C Tablet. These devices will receive an OTA update in the coming weeks. Not included in the list of devices receiving Nougat at are the Nexus 5 and […]

Chromecast 2 Improves The Already Impressive Chromecast

Chromecast 2 by Google is now available in Australia. Offering significant improvements over the original Chromecast. The original Chromecast was a beauty of a product. A sleek, compact, easy-to-use, easy-to-setup companion device to stream files from a compatible device or web browser. The Chromecast 2 improves on design and features and offers an improved device. […]

Google Chrome About to Get a Speed Boost

In an earlier Google+ post, Google’s web performance engineer Ilya Grigorik, showed us that Brotli is ready for prime time. Brotli is a new compression algorithm that is expected to deliver some impressive gains over the existing engine called Zopfli. We should hopefully see this with the next release of Chrome and it is hoped […]

Android 4.4 Officially Called KitKat

Google  has branded the next major release of Android, KitKat. Nothing makes it more official than erecting a giant statue in your front lawn. SundarPichai had the following to say on his Google+: Just back from a whirlwind trip to Asia visiting our Android ecosystem partners in Korea, Taiwan, and Japan. Exciting to see all […]

Google Drops Nexus 4 Price by 25%

Google has dropped the price of the Nexus 4 by 25% across Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, Korea, US and the UK. In the US, this translates to USD$199 for the 8GB Nexus 4, making it one of the cheapest and best value off-contract vanilla android devices. At this price, stocks are sure to sell out […]