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Get LTE up and running on your Nexus 4, even on Lollipop

If there’s one thing most consumers probably didn’t know about the Google Nexus 4 (manufactured by LG) is that it was initially intended to have LTE connectivity. But since Google was unable to get regulatory approval for LTE on the Nexus 4, they locked up the feature via an update on the radio firmware of the device.

Google adds seven more Android apps to Chrome OS

Continuing its rather slow-paced expansion, Google has announced the addition of seven existing Android apps to the Chrome OS's supported roster. These Android apps, with very little to no change in their source code, will be able to run on any Chrome OS device, making it accessible from any device you might have at hand. Provided, of course, it's a Google device.

Nexus 9 Keyboard Folio now listed on Google Play

Nothing much to say here but a Keyboard Folio case for the new Google Nexus 9 is already available on Google Play. The accessory is priced $129 for the basic black model. Actually, you don't have any choice but black so forget about getting a blue, red, or yellow folio case. You just have to do with black.

Google’s Project Tango starts shipping to developers

If you’re a consumer, it may be hard to figure out what to do with Google’s Project Tango – which is really a high-powered tablet manufactured by LG with very special cameras and sensors that will be able to scan, map, and render real-world environments to 3D images. The tablet is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra K1 chip and costs USD$1,024. But the device is specifically targeted for developers -- to whom Google has started shipping the device -- so you wouldn't have to answer that question yet.

Monument Valley adds more chapters in latest update

If you're a heavy mobile gamer, by this time after you've played countless match-3 puzzles, endless runners and RPG's, you've probably become a little jaded by all the usual games. But if you haven't heard of Monument Valley yet, then you're missing out on a lot, especially now that their latest update brings even more chapters in this puzzle game.

Google’s new security tools to track and protect online life

With most of us spending our lives online and a lot of that spent on Google-related sites like Gmail, YouTube, etc, it's only right that the tech company should be concerned about security and protecting your online life. That is why they have released two new security tools that will help users, not just IT managers, track their online life and at the same time help keep it secure.

Android One sales low in India, blame it on Google

The Android One could have been a bestseller in India but we're not sure if the unit will be able to meet its goal in the country. Leading retailers are now refusing to sell the phone since Google decided to launch the Android One online first. That seems to be a bad call by the search giant now that the retailers are refusing to stock up on Android One.
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