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Google Glass is on a strategic 'reset' and eight other things we learned

Google isn’t printing money quite as fast as it used to, missing revenue expectations, but the company revealed that people really like watching adverts, that Glass is taking a strategic “reset” and you can now send More »

Android beats iOS for app downloads, but revenues a different story

Android’s Google Play store generated nearly 60% more app downloads than Apple’s iOS App Store in 2014, but the latter was still much more lucrative for app developers according to analytics firm App Annie. The company’s More »

Insta-print selfie? Convert your smartphone into Polaroid-style camera

The rise of smartphones, social networks and photo-sharing apps have killed off the idea of printing photos for many people. Now a startup called Prynt is hoping to tempt some of them back. The US company More »

What is Trivia Crack and why are 100m people playing it?

From Angry Birds and Candy Crush Saga to Draw Something, Clash of Clans and SongPop: the mobile gaming world has had its fair share of crazes since Apple and Google launched their app stores in 2008. More »

Android WebView exploits: Google explains lack of patches

One of Google’s Android security experts has explained why the company has stopped providing patches for some exploits in early versions of the software, and advised users of those versions to switch to the Chrome or More »

Google Glass is on a strategic 'reset' and eight other things we learned

prince charles wearing google glass

Google isn’t printing money quite as fast as it used to, missing revenue expectations, but the company revealed that people really like watching adverts, that Glass is taking a strategic “reset” and you can now send money via Gmail in the UK. Cast in the light of $4.76bn (£3.16bn) in fourth-quarter ...

Review: Pipo X7

Review: Pipo X7

Introduction and performanceWe first encountered the Pipo brand when we reviewed the W2 a few months ago. The tablet left us with a good impression of the China-based company, especially when it came to value for money.So much so that we've asked for another device from them, the X7, which ...

Android beats iOS for app downloads, but revenues a different story

Android’s Google Play store generated nearly 60% more app downloads than Apple’s iOS App Store in 2014, but the latter was still much more lucrative for app developers according to analytics firm App Annie. The company’s annual report claims that the App Store generated more than 70% more revenues than Google ...

Insta-print selfie? Convert your smartphone into Polaroid-style camera

The rise of smartphones, social networks and photo-sharing apps have killed off the idea of printing photos for many people. Now a startup called Prynt is hoping to tempt some of them back. The US company is taking pre-orders on crowdfunding website Kickstarter for “the first instant camera case for iPhone ...

Review: Updated: iPad Air

Review: Updated: iPad Air

Introduction and designThe original iPad Air shows all you need to know about Apple's changed approach to tablets - with a 43% thinner bezel and a 28% lighter device than the iPads that came before it, the iPad Air is championing the 'easier to live with' ideal.Although the iPad Air's ...

What is Trivia Crack and why are 100m people playing it?

Trivia Crack is the latest mobile gaming craze.

From Angry Birds and Candy Crush Saga to Draw Something, Clash of Clans and SongPop: the mobile gaming world has had its fair share of crazes since Apple and Google launched their app stores in 2008. Now you can add Trivia Crack to the list. The game has only just launched ...

Android WebView exploits: Google explains lack of patches

One of Google’s Android security experts has explained why the company has stopped providing patches for some exploits in early versions of the software, and advised users of those versions to switch to the Chrome or Firefox web browsers on their devices. News that Google had stopped providing patches for exploits ...

Hands-on review: Surface Hub

Hands-on review: Surface Hub

There are plenty of giant screens and plenty of whiteboard systems. Surface Hub - which is the new name for the latest Perceptive Pixel system - uses Windows 10, OneNote and Skype for Business to turn the great PPI touch interface into a way to take the pain out of ...