Apple has just updated there page to say that they are streaming WWDC 2013, we will still be covering the event live of course but the live stream is still there if you want to watch it. Its not the first time Apple has done this and
Apple has done it in the past quite a few times and they have pushed a WWDC app to Apple TV units overnight in order to access a live stream for today’s keynote. Apple is yet to announce if a stream will be available via other devices but with
Welcome everyone to our WWDC Live coverage, this will be a live blog and we will start updating with posts about an hour before the event and we will try and answer some of your questions. This page will update on its own so you don’t need
Google has just announced during Google I/O 2013 that it’s introducing 41 new features to Google+. The stream experience will be completely redesigned on phones, tablets and the desktop. Google said it thinks the old design was flat and the new one is about finding depth. The experience
Google has announced that there have been over 900 million Android device activations to date. Compare that to 100 million in 2011, and 400 million in 2012, and it’s obvious that there a whole lot of Android devices out in the world. This is a massive
Google has announced at Google I/O 2013 this morning announced its new streaming music service called All Access. Using there complex algorithms Google is going to help you discover new music based off of the tracks you upload and from that analyzing what you uploaded and listened to.
Google has today announced Hangouts which is a new messaging service that will replace the numerous ways Google services currently let you have real-time conversations with other users such as Google Talk, Google Voice and Google+ Hangouts. It will launch on all platforms later today, including iOS and Android
In advance of Google I/O, Android 4.3 has been confirmed in a search listing on Google’s developer website by accident. Mention of the next version of Android has now been removed but it’s a safe bet that we’ll see the next version of Android at today’s big event.
Google I/O is kicking off in a few mins so here is the live stream for the full event. We will also be posting all the announcements so be sure to keep on eye on the homepage of the site as we will be bringing you all
Google I/O is less than a week away and we’re expecting some big announcements from Google and hopefully no more killing of services. We expect great things like we said before and some of the stuff we hope to see are Android 4.3 and a new better Nexus 7.
Are you ready for a Facebook Phone? Because its not to far away. Mark Zuckerberg should take the stage at roughly 10 A.M Pacific this morning, where he will be showing off the company’s “new home on Android”. We’ll undoubtedly have all kinds of coverage for you but if
The event is almost here and everyone is looking for a place to watch the event live and we have got you covered, hopefully Samsung keeps it promise to stream the event live on YouTube but we will have to see in a few hours. We normally
Fans will be able to view the launch of Samsung’s next flagship model live from the Korean firm’s YouTube account. The event, officially titled ‘Samsung Unpacked 2013 Episode 1’, takes place in New York on Thursday March 14th. Although Samsung has not officially revealed what will be