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The ASUS Chromebit is a computer on a stick priced at less than $100

Google has announced a range of new Chrome OS devices, including the Chromebit, a tiny Chromebook on a dongle which can be plugged into a television or monitor. The technology giant also unveiled three new Chromebooks: the Asus Chromebook Flip, the Haier Chromebook 11, and the Hisense Chromebook.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Samsung Galaxy S6 (left), Galaxy S6 edge (mi...

Google's Nexus devices have never enjoyed the mainstream popularity of Samsung Galaxy flagships, but they're almost always some of the most significant phones around. Let's compare Google's latest handset, the Nexus 6, to Samsung's two big upcoming releases, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge.  Read More

The first luxury Android Wear watch will be powered by an Intel processor (Image: Chris Wo...

Tag Heuer has announced a partnership with Intel and Google to produce an Android Wear-based smartwatch. Past the chip manufacturer and software platform, nothing is currently known about the device, though the Swiss company did state that it will hold onto established Tag Heuer aesthetics.  Read More

The Chromebook Pixel is back with the same premium look, a cheaper entry price and a specs...

Two years ago, Google launched the Chromebook Pixel, a premium Chrome OS notebook designed to show off its cloud-based operating system. Now the second generation Pixel is here, bringing better performance at a lower cost.  Read More

Today Google announced Android 5.1, a minor update to Lollipop

It's been more than four months since Android 5.0 Lollipop launched alongside the Nexus 9 tablet, and today Google officially announced the first (somewhat) significant update to it, Android 5.1.  Read More

Gizmag rounds up some tips to make Gmail on the web work better for you (Image: Ajayptp / ...

Since it appeared in April 2004, Gmail has become the email client of choice for hundreds of millions of users. You're probably very familiar with it – but are you making the most out of the software? We've put together 12 of the most helpful tips for boosting your productivity inside Gmail and powering through your inbox.  Read More

Google has commissioned top-tier architects Bjarke Ingels (of BIG) and Thomas Heatherwick ...

Google has released renders and preliminary information regarding its planned new headquarters in Mountain View, California. Finer details are unavailable at this stage, but the firm has commissioned top-tier architects Bjarke Ingels (of BIG) and Thomas Heatherwick to handle the design, and what information we do have points toward a sustainable, flexible, and future-proof headquarters for the company.  Read More

Google's new machine learning algorithm was put to the test in 49 classic Atari 2600 games...

In an old school gaming party to end all parties, Google's new deep Q-network (DQN) algorithm is likely to mop the floor with you at Breakout or Space Invaders, but maybe take a licking at Centipede. Provided with only the same inputs as a human player and no previous real-world knowledge, DQN uses reinforcement learning to learn new games, and in some cases, develop new strategies. Its designers argue that this kind of general learning algorithm can crossover into discovery making in other fields.  Read More

A handful, but not quite a phablet (Credit: Eric Mack/Gizmag.com)

The OnePlus One was the sleeper smartphone of 2014 that very few people were able to get their hands on, which is a shame, because several months later we've found that it's still among the best devices out there despite a few big flaws.  Read More

HAKUTO and Astrobotic will work together in their effort to reach the moon (Photo: XPRIZE,...

Two of the teams competing for the prestigious Google Lunar XPRIZE have announced a partnership, bringing them one step closer to landing on the moon. The HAKUTO team’s rover will hitch a ride on the Astrobotic Griffin lander when it sets off in the second half of 2016.  Read More

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