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Google Starts Rolling Out New Gmail For Android, Get It Here

We’ve been expecting the new Gmail app for a while now. We knew it was coming from a few leaks, and eventually Google announced it themselves. The web experience has been available to us for a while, but the Android app hadn’t rolled out. And though we consider the Gmail app very nice, it could definitely be improved. Today, Google started the slow… Read more

White Nexus 4 Launches On The Play Store With Free Bumper, Also On T-Mobile With Payment Plan

The white Nexus 4 has been a pretty interesting rumor for the longest time, consisting of only an occasional leaked photo of a white device we could never confirm existed. However, more and more info slowly leaked, like videos and better photos. The aftermath of Google I/O gave us an alleged release date, which turned out false (we aren’t close to June… Read more

Google Search Gets Nutritional Info On Over 1,000 Foods

Google Search gets smarter and more useful every day, and now it can help you with your diet. Starting today and rolling out over the next 10 days to US users, Google Search will offer you info cards on searched foods containing information about nutrition. It knows over 1,000 foods, including simple fruits and vegetables and even more complex foods… Read more

Enable The New Gmail Web Layout With Tabs

The new Gmail experience was unveiled yesterday, and I was pretty impressed. It would automatically sort emails into five tabs, Primary, Social, Promotions, Updates, and Forums. You could customize the tabs, and it would learn based on the emails you re-sorted if it got anything wrong. Read the original article for more info about this new user… Read more

Google Experience Devices Will Not Kill The Nexus Line

Google is now planning to sell two Google Edition devices, namely the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and the HTC One. These phones have top of the line hardware melded with fully stock Android, providing the best of Samsung and HTC hardware without the bloat and overlays. This initially sounds like amazing news, until you think about the complications. These two… Read more

Midweek Poll: Should Every Android Phone Manufacturer Offer A “Google Edition” Option?

When Google announced the Google Edition Samsung Galaxy S 4 at Google I/O earlier this month, it took a lot of us by surprise.  It’s such an interesting prospect.  A lot of us Android fans love the stock Android experience, and for that to be offered on the Galaxy S 4 might be a dream come true for you.  We’re even hearing rumors about HTC offering a… Read more

Google Adds Street View Of 9/11 Memorial And Central Park, Hurricane Sandy Recovery Map

Google has been expanding their maps to new places for a long time, and this time they’re adding new Street View data to places in New York. The first is the 9/11 memorial, allowing you to tour the area from the comfort of your own computer. You can also view the names of the victims on the edges. It’s a great way to visit the area if you can’t make it… Read more

Deal: 32GB Nexus 10 Refurb Only $380

The Nexus 10 has an absolutely brilliant 2560×1600 display with a stunning pixel density of 300 ppi, but only retails for $400 on Google Play for the 16GB model. It’s a pretty great deal if you’re in the market for a high end 10″ tablet. You get everything you could want (aside from a microSD slot), and at a low price. What could be better than that?… Read more