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Project Ara

Google's modular Project Ara phone could go on sale in early 2015 for $50

A Project Ara developer conference will set the stage for launch this April.

on greenbot.com

Clockwise Podcast 26: High on Google Glass

Nokia forks Android, but should Microsoft? Google lobbies to let you wear Google Glass while you drive. Apple's SSL bug makes us question our Internet security. And how WhatsApp will help Facebook take over the developing world.

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Google Now Launcher now available in the Play store

Google makes the launcher from the Nexus 5 available for a host of other Nexus and Google Edition phones.

on greenbot.com

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Samsung Galaxy S5's bevy of new software features aren't half bad

We're still scratching our heads about some of its hardware choices, but some of the new software features are actually really neat.

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Video report: Meet Google’s 'Project Tango'

Google has been working over the past year on developing 3D technology for smartphones, but it has the potential to go beyond those devices.

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Google's Project Tango phone understands its environment like humans do

By essentially sticking Kinect in a phone, Google aims to give our mobile devices a "human-scale understanding of space and motion."

on greenbot.com

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Save the dates: Google I/O is set for June 25-26

This year, the company is changing the registration process by approving individual applications.

on greenbot.com

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Google Fiber 'contest' opens up to 34 more cities, including San Francisco Bay Area

Having proven Google Fiber works, Google plans to launch the service in 34 cities across eight metropolitan areas. But not all of them.

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A kindly reminder from Google: Don't be a Glasshole

Glass wearers should turn their devices off in places that ask people to turn off cellphones, the company said.

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Tablets race toward 64-bit finish line with new hardware, operating systems

Bringing 64-bit chip architecture to the tablet space will erase one of the last advantages full-fledged PCs have.

on pcworld.com