Tuesday , January 17 2017

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Nintendo denies rumours of Android-powered console

Yesterdays report from Nikkei that Nintendo’s next console would be based on the Android Operating System has been denied by Nintendo. In an article published today, the Wall Street Journal has a quote from a Nintendo Spokesman: “There is no truth to the report saying that we are planning to …

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Google Transit information gets easier to read

Since 2007, Google has been feeding Transit information into Google Maps to help navigate around the world. Over the years, they’ve expanded to more than 18,000 cities and towns in 64 countries, across six continents, and today they’re adding more sources as well as improving the way results are displayed. …

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Developer of Wunderlist acquired by Microsoft

The development lab responsible for the popular “to do” app Wunderlist, 6Wunderkinder has been purchased by Microsoft for an amount reported to be between US$100 Million and US$200 Million. The acquisition fits in line with the recent show from Microsoft to support multiple platforms. According to the Wall Street Journal …

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Imgur goes native in their latest app update

Image sharing site Imgur has updated their Android app overnight, adding a fully native experience on Android for the first time. The updated app offers a number of new features for Imgur fans, a community which has grown since the service launched as a way for reddit users to quickly …

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Nintendo’s new console to run on Android

For many of us, Nintendo have been a part of growing up. From the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), through to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) and all the way up through M64, GameCube and the Wii systems; all long before mobile phones were around. Now according to a …

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Is this the most annoying Samsung ad yet?

When it comes to advertising, I`m no Darren Stevens or Don Draper, but I know what I like – and this sure as heck isn’t it. Brought to our attention by Rob over on the Ausdroid Google+ community, Samsung’s latest advert is possibly their most annoying yet and we’re pretty …

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