Does Google’s commitment to iOS make the iPhone a better buy? | via Android Central – Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers

As usual the folks over at Andoid central has wittier a very in depth piece on the pros and cons of using an iPhone with the Google software available vs a pure android with the same software.

 

A serious question.

Earlier this week, Google released a redesigned version of its Gmail app for iOS, bringing it more in line with its Android equivalent. It’s a big upgrade, and something that, after years of neglect, seemed a long time coming.

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Best Chromebook for Students | via Android Central – Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers

If you’re like me, looking for a new chromebook for the kid(s) here’s a good guide to help you decide.

 

The ASUS Chromebook Flip is the best Chromebook for a student.

Best overall

ASUS Chromebook Flip (C100)

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If you are a student in the market for a Chromebook or if you’re buying for someone who is, the ASUS Chromebook Flip is our top pick. While not the most powerful available, it still has plenty enough where it counts so it can do everything a student or graduate needs in the perfect form factor for someone on the go.

The bottom line: Small and portable, the Chromebook Flip is great for a busy student. Its excellent app support means you’ll be able to use it to get things done and be able to play games or watch video during the downtime.
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Calm down! Google says Quadrooter not a huge risk to most Android users | via Digital Trends

Recently we have been reading more and more about “Quadrooter” how how some 9 million or more devices may be at risk. I’ve gotten lots of questions recently on what users can do about this and how to fix it.

Read on below for a Google response on this issue via this great Digital Trends article.

 

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Google Voice Access App Lets You Control Your Phone Entirely With Your Voice | via Lifehacker

Google Voice Access App Lets You Control Your Phone Entirely With Your Voice

Android: Google has always loved its voice commands, but they’re no substitute for a touchscreen. Until now, anyway. Voice Access is a new accessibility option that allows users to control their phone entirely with their voice. Continue reading “Google Voice Access App Lets You Control Your Phone Entirely With Your Voice | via Lifehacker”

Anybody Can Sign Up for Project Fi (and Get a Huge Discount on a Nexus Phone) | via Gizmodo

Anybody Can Sign Up for Project Fi (and Get a Huge Discount on a Nexus Phone)

Ten months after launch, Google’s own carrier service, Project Fi, is finally ditching invites for everyone in the US. Of course, Fi still only works on newer Nexus devices. But if you’ve ever wanted to give the whole experience a try, now’s the time to indulge your curiosity.

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