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My Tablets Make Me Hate My Laptop

My Tablets Make Me Hate My Laptop
If only I didn't need Photoshop.
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Check out Chrome OS's experimental Android-L like makeover

Source: TechRadar UK

Google's various products and platforms don't exactly have a common visual language - not yet at least.That's part of Google's plan for the future, and today we got a glimpse of what Chrome OS looks like with a more Android-like interface.It's part of what Google's François Beaufort calls Project Athena, a user experience overhaul he said the Chromium OS team is working on.The screenshot he shared sho ...
Full article at: TechRadar UK Jul 18 2014, 3:23pm CDT
 

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What don't I understand about Xbox Music?

Source: BetaNews

Seventh in a series. I ask because the user experience can't be this bad. Can it? My "Microsoft All-In" experiment continues, and on Day 10 I must finally gripe about Xbox Music, which experience on Windows Phone 8 is pretty good, while the desktop app really sucks. I've got Pass, which should be as much about music discovery as streaming. I see some of both, but nowhere as much as core competing services, o ...
Full article at: BetaNews Jul 10 2014, 2:12pm CDT
 

Android L vs iOS 8: what's different?

Source: TechRadar UK

Android L vs iOS 8The battle for mobile's soul is raging and there are only two heavyweight platform contenders. Google's Android and Apple's iOS are getting better (and more similar) with every passing year. The latest incarnations, Android L and iOS 8, made their entrances at developer conferences, WWDC and Google I/O. Let's take a look at how they compare and work out whether Apple an ...
Full article at: TechRadar UK Jul 1 2014, 6:00am CDT
 

Google bans skins and custom UIs from Android Wear

Source: Digital Trends

Google won't allow manufacturers to add custom UIs or skins to Android Wear, Android Auto, or Android TV. The three new operating systems will feature a more consistent design and functionality that's all Google. The post Google bans skins and custom UIs ...
Full article at: Digital Trends Jun 30 2014, 12:13pm CDT
 

Google has no plans to abandon Nexus devices

Source: BetaNews

Google plans to make many more Nexus products despite rumors that it wants to abandon the line in favor of a partnership to work closely with Android manufacturers on bespoke smartphones. Head of Android engineering Dave Burke confirmed that it is "still invested in Nexus" products even though Android Silver is on the way leading some to speculate that it would be the replacement for Nexus. "People just get excited by co ...
Full article at: BetaNews Jun 30 2014, 1:22am CDT
 

Google, Not OEMs, Will Control The Android Wear, Auto and TV UI

Source: Gizmodo

When Android Wear, Android Auto and Android TV launch this fall, they'll solve a problem that has plagued Android since Day One: an inconsistent user experience across devices. Ars Technica's Andrew Cunningham points out that unlike Android phones from different manufacturers that sport ugly custom UIs, launchers and interacting with Android on different smartwatches was exactly the same. In fact, Google's engineering director, David Burke, told Cunningham th ...
Full article at: Gizmodo Jun 29 2014, 11:17am CDT
 

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Master of Craft Game Review
Master of Craft Game Review
A brand new role-playing game (RPG), Master of Craft (MoC) is fully rendered in 3D. Avid fans and lovers of RPGs enjoy its unique economy where they are allowed to craft and produce their own armors and weapons. Moreover, players can also operate their market and experience to be a merchant and run their own town. The objective of the game is to build a large empire of buildings and focuses solely on crafting armors and weapons.
 

Google's Quantum Paper framework to unify Android and web app UIs, will be open to developers (Liam Spradlin/Android Police)

Source: Techmeme

Liam Spradlin / Android Police: Google's Quantum Paper framework to unify Android and web app UIs, will be open to developers  —  Exclusive: Quantum Paper And Google's Upcoming Effort To Make Consistent UI Simple  —  There have been a lot of leaks and rumors leading up to Google I/O t ...
Full article at: Techmeme Jun 13 2014, 3:25am CDT
 



 

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