A Closer Look at the Nexus 5

As far as heavily anticipated upcoming phones go, the Nexus 5 is top of my list. We’ve seen it accidentally leaked by Google (during the Kit Kat launch), spotted it at a bar and seen it cross through the photo friendly desks of the FCC. Here’s another photo of the phone as we build up to the launch.
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Nexus 7 2013 – Free Shipping to Singapore via Amazon

The new Nexus 2013 Nexus 7 is probably the best spec 7″ Android tablet, with the world’s highest resolution on a 7-inch tablet and equipped with the latest Google Android software. Now thinner, lighter, and faster, the Nexus 7 2013 version saw all around critical improvements. However, it was only available in US through the Google Play Store, but not any longer, as it has found it’s way to Singapore buyers. Read More

ChromeCast as an App (Turn any Android Device to a ChromeCast Receiver)

The Chromecast at US$35 is a pretty cheap device for streaming content to your HD TV. It functions similar to the AirPlay feature on the AppleTV. Well, if $35 is too much, or you already have your hands on one of the Android Mini PCs which we frequently review here on GadgetReactor, there is now an option to emulate the Chromecast functionality – via the app CheapCast by Sebastian Mauer.
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Is it worth upgrading to Android 4.3?

Android 4.3 is now available for download if you have a Google Nexus device. It is one of the key advantages of owning a Google developed phone, as it allows the quickest access to the newest mobile phone operating system. However, at times, upgrading the phone operating system can be a hassle. So, what are you missing out exactly if you are not on Android 4.3? Let us take a quick look at what is new in Android 4.3.
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The New Nexus 7 V2: Leaked

The new Nexus 7 V2 has broken cover and is now allegedly spotted, with leaked videos and pics. It is inevitable that the new Nexus 7 will be launched soon. The leaks have begin to flow, but sales would likely be for United States (as always) first, and Singapore availability to be by end of the year.
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The Future of the Large Screen Phones

When the Dell Streak was first launched, many balked at the idea of a 5″ display size phone, yet it really was the forefront of a new generation of big screen or large screen phones. Samsung has announced the Galaxy Mega, weighing in at 6.3″. Similarly, there’s the Huawei Ascend Mate, and also the new Sony Xperia Z Ultra has a 6.4″ screen.
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