Gadget Grave — Technology

Google Project Fi

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Google is known for the Internet as well as the “Google Nexus” devices- that are pure Android. Also, Google offers Internet service in select cities but did you know that Google is working on dropping its hat into the wireless service ring? Like many projects, Google Project Fi has not released anything about becoming a possible wireless provider. It seems though, if you have the new Motorola Nexus 6 tester (and received the newest firmware update), there is an app “with the placeholder name of ‘Tycho.’” This new app seems to be a portal to the elusive Google portal for...

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Google and Balloon Internet AKA Project Loon

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The United Nations’ has added Internet a basic human right. There are about five billion people who are not connected to the World Wide Web (approximately 49% of the world is not connected to the internet) due to living in rural areas and just not having cost effective ways to bring Internet to everyone around the world. The project is Google and Balloon Internet AKA Project Loon. The balloon Internet project that Google is sponsoring runs on solar power. The balloons are sustained in the atmosphere by winds and are higher than planes and weather events. It takes a team...

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Lollipop on the Asus Transformer Pad

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The Asus Transformer Pad TF300T was released 2 years ago, and Asus has basically stopped the updates for the latest versions of Android. The latest version was Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Google always releases newer versions of Android every six months, but our poor tablet was left behind. Android 4.4 KitKat never made it to the Asus Transformer Pad TF300T, so it seems that Android 5.0 Lollipop will not make it either. The specs for our tablet are more than capable to run Lollipop. The Asus Transformer Pad TF300T packs 1 GB ram, and a Quad Core Processor this is...

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Motorola Keylink

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Can’t find your keys? Have your keys but can’t find your phone? It seems whenever you are in a hurry, you cannot find either your phone or keys- the two things people cannot leave home without. Well, Motorola has a solution to this problem.   The solution is called Keylink. Keylink is a Bluetooth “key fob” that helps you locate your lost keys or anything else that you attach to it. The Keylink will “ring” as long as it is within 100 feet of your smartphone. Not only that, but if you know where the keys are but not your phone-...

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Raspberry Pi Price Cut

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The RPi foundation has just announced a Raspberry Pi price cut for the Raspberry Pi Model B+ and also launched an add-on called the “Sense HAT”. The new price is $10 dollars off the regular price of $35 dollars, what a deal! Still this is a incredible price for a little computer that can be used for a low power desktop, home theater, an educational machine or much much more. When the quad-core Raspberry Pi 2 model B+ arrived in February with the same price we know that there would be a price drop was approaching. With the arrival of...

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