Fucking FUCK! Just got my wife the Nexus 4 (too, for Mother's Day) so we're finally an all-Android home...and now this:
New Google Nexus phone to replace de-stocked Nexus 4? | Crave - CNET
Anyone think there is any recourse here from Google? Paid over 700 for each device and 1 shit wireless charger that they both drop off of all the time...and it being shipped back to GoogleLand today.
Google unifies Gmail, Drive, and photo storage: all users now get 15GB of shared space | The Verge
This is cool, but I wouldn't trust Google with my files.
I'm not the one who goes around dressed like one of the Village People.
I was about to pull the trigger on a Nexus 4 when I heard these rumors a couple weeks ago. Roto, I'll give you $100 for your wife's unused one so you can get a her the new model.
Article almost makes it sound like Google has evil plans to take over the world!
Report: Google considering Internet balloons to connect sub-Saharan Africa | Ars Technica
I like looking at N. Korean Gulags.
The roads used to be labeled.. "Gulag Rd #." But no more.
Anyone know if it is possible to disable in-app purchases in Android?
Tune in to the "fuck off" thread next week where I'll be moaning that my kid spent £70 on doughnuts in Simpsons tapped out by typing the bumpy numbers from my credit card into his mother's nexus 4.
...typing the bumpy numbers
Done that, though it isn't prompting for the password. I can only assume it isn't prompting as there are no payment details setup, so instead it is prompting to add payment details.
Don't fancy doing that just to see if it will prompt for a password.
It's a shame there isn't a setting just to disable in-app purchases. iOS has.
Google Visual Assets Guidelines - Part 1 on Behance
Google Visual Assets Guidelines - Part 2 on Behance
These are great.
Love that Google published these to Behance too, instead of hiding them. Awareness of big brand brand work helps demonstrate to the laymen why it's not £xx,xxx just for a logo (got to be one of the most common complaints in the press and my biggest bugbears when a large organisation rebrands)
idk if its old or not but: google atari breakout, click images
https://duckduckgo.com/ - gearing up to compete with google('s search product only), but really?
Just spent an hour pouring over that.
Wow...had no idea about this:
Used it, was disappointing - better off exporting html from flash
Actually the Aramis Negron one is pretty nice.
Yeah, you're right about the info they're showing buzz, I just think it might limit what you can show that's all.
some of the apps are great.
Google will keep absolute control over the the look and feel of Android Wear | The Verge
Makes sense, but...
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