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Android Army

Google’s Nexus program won’t go away anytime soon, Android Silver possibly in the works

According to a Google employee, the Nexus program will not go away anytime soon. However, when asked about the rumored Android Silver program, he implied that it is currently in the works.

Redesigning Maps: Google details the app’s evolution

Google Maps has come a long way since its original iteration and is continuously changing. Google designers detailed the transformation of the product at Google I/O 2014.

Curse of Naxxramas, Hearthstone’s first single-player adventure, out in July

Curse of Naxxramas, the first single-player adventure for Blizzard Entertainment's Warcraft-themed digital card game Hearthstone, is aiming for a July release on PC, Mac, and iPad.

If Google doesn’t care about Google+, then why should we?

Google hardly acknowledged Google+ at all this week at its I/O developer conference, and it was a gaping omission from its three-hour keynote. If the lack of enthusiasm proves anything, it’s that even Google doesn’t know what it…

New Moment app aims to curb your iPhone addiction

A new app called Moment aims to help you kick your iPhone addiction by monitoring our smartphone use. You can also set limits for yourself and the app wills end you notifications when you've exceeded your limit.
Home Theater

Yamaha unwraps new Atmos-enabled Aventage AVRs

Yamaha debuts the two top models in its premium Aventage A/V receiver lineup, both of which will support Dolby Atmos surround sound late this year via firmware update.

Amazon offers 31 expensive Android apps for free through Saturday

Amazon shows off its Appstore with a new promotion, offering 31 expensive Android apps for free to all Fire OS device users. Some Android devices will also be able to get the free apps.
Movies & TV

Beverly Hills Cop sequel heads back to Detroit

The next installment of the Beverly Hills Cop franchise will bring Eddie Murphy's super-cop Axel Foley back to Detroit for an adventure in his hometown.

Autographer wearable camera adds new mount adapter

The Autographer is a wearable camera that decides the best moment to take a shot, without any user intervention. The company says the device lets users "see the unseen" in what it describes as "a whole new photographic approach."
Movies & TV

Guillermo Del Toro makes it official: Pacific Rim 2 coming to theaters in 2017

Guillermo Del Toro announces Pacific Rim sequel for April 2017, as well as animated series and continuation of Tales From Year Zero comic book series.

This gadget turns your glasses into a mouse controlled by smiles

Perceptive Devices LLC is putting a positive spin on the everyday task of manipulating computers and mobile devices. The company revealed a hands-free mouse that can be controlled by smiling.