Google May Be Working On Making Android Wear Compatible With iOS


Google’s Android Wear is an operating system for wearable devices and is widely used in almost all smartwatches today. Launched last year, it was made from the ground up for devices with small displays such as a Watch. Android Wear does not support iOS, which means that it will only work with Android smartphones. That might […]

The iJailbreak Top 10 News Stories Of The Week [Evasi0n7 1.0.8 Released, OS X 10.9.3 Seeded To Developers And More]

iJailbreak Top 10 News Stories

Are you disappointed because you needed to make a deadline this week, and simply could not spare a few moments to check out one of your favourite technology news outlets? Or maybe you were just busy and are only now wanting to catch up on what happened in the technology scene. Luckily for you iJailbreak has gathered […]

Android SDK For Wearables Announced By Google


Google’s Senior VP and chief of the Android team, Sundar Pichai has just announced that the company will be releasing an Android SDK that is meant for wearable devices like smartwatches in the next couple weeks. Pichai didn’t just want to limit the SDK to smartwatches, however, and has stated it could be implemented in “Smart Jackets” with […]

Google’s Head Of Android: Was Not Designed To Be Safe, It Was Designed To Give More Freedom


Even though lately Apple has been given a hard time about security with the latest vulnerability gotofail, last year 99% of all mobile malwares targeted Android devices. And the reason? Because Android is open source. According to FrAndroid Sundar Pichai, the Senior Vice President at Google, who overseas Android was asked about the malware situation on […]

Apple And Google Clamping Down On Flappy Bird Clones


The Flappy Bird dramma just refuses to die down. Last week we explained to you the real reason Flappy Bird was removed from the App Store and now it has been stated by TechCrunch that Apple is now rejecting Flappy Bird clones that use the work “flappy” in their name, citing the following App Store guideline: […]

Google Sells Motorola To Lenovo For $3 Billion


According to a recent press release from Google, the Search Engine giant will be pawning off Motorola to Lenovo. The terms of the acquisition are that Google will sell Motorola for $2.91 billion, including US$660 million in cash, US$750 million in Lenovo ordinary shares and US$1.5 billion to be paid in the form of a three-year […]

Google Acquires Nest Labs For $3.2 Billion To Reinvent More Unloved Home Products


Google has recently announced in a Press Release that it will be acquiring Nest Labs for $3.2 billion. This is of course the company behind one of the most expensive, and most advanced, thermostats you can buy which can be controlled by your smartphone. Nest Labs was spearheaded by former Apple engineers Matt Rogers and […]

Google Slapped With Another $17 Million Fine Due To Safarigate

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Just when you thought Google was off the hook with last year’s Safarigate incident after the Search Engine giant paid the largest FTC fine in history of $22.5 million, it is being reported the situation is far from over. Google reportedly has now just agreed to pay $17 million to settle the issue with 37 […]

Google Play Music Coming To iOS At The End Of The Month


Back in May, Sundar Pichair said Google was working really hard on bringing Play Music All Access to iOS devices and that it would be available “in a few weeks”. It’s been over 4 months and we’ve had nothing… up until now. A new report by Engadget claims the service will be coming at the […]

YouTube Update Brings ‘Picture-In-Picture’ Feature


Google has been really busy getting rid of Shopper, Latitude and Messenger; bringing more cards to Google Now (sports, reservations, car rentals); and releasing an official AdSense app for iPhone. More recently, the technology giant has released a YouTube update for Android and iOS that brings a very interesting feature: “Picture-in-picture”. Now you will be […]