With Google Drive Powered Gmail Attachments, Google Wants You To Stop Downloading Files

Google has been really beefing up their cloud offerings ever since the introduction of Google Drive. Not only did they unify the storage space for different Google services with Gmail, they also allowed attachments to be shared via Drive. The integration takes one huge step further now, with attachment saving and viewing coming right within(…)

This Video Exposes The Bugs And Design Flaws in YouTube

Google’s agenda of forcing all their users to start using Google+ is not hidden from anyone. From search, to Gmail and Android and now YouTube – Google is ‘integrating’ Google+ as an improvement to their services. But do the facts really match what the Mountain View giant is trying to sell us? A video posted(…)

Root Nexus 4 And Install Custom Recovery using Windows or Mac

Thanks to Nexus 5, Nexus 4 is not Google’s latest flagship smartphone anymore. While most users are scampering to upgrade to the snapdragon 800 powered beast that is the Nexus 5, a large number of users, including yours truly, are more than happy with the N4. While we currently wait for the stock Android 4.4(…)

Install Custom Recovery And Root Nexus 5 Using One Click Toolkit for Mac

Rooting Nexus 5 on a Mac has been made as easy as cake thanks to the One Click Toolkit by Android Rootz. The great thing is that you don’t need to install the Android SDK or mess with drivers – just the Android File Transfer app. You can lock/unlock your phone’s bootloader, install a custom(…)

How To Root Nexus 5 Running Android 4.4 KitKat

One of the first things that most expert Android users do with their phones is to root it. Rooting provides additional access to the operating system and hardware functionality and allows users to do things which they can’t otherwise. Things such as overclocking, changing the Google Play store location and many more are possible only(…)

How To Install Custom Recovery on Nexus 5 (CWM or TWRP)

Nexus 5 is Google’s latest flagship phone which ships with Android 4.4 otherwise known as KitKat. Even though the stock Android experience is why most users buy Nexus phones and tablets, a large number of users like to use custom ROMs or implement tweaks which are not available by default. To do so, it is(…)

Install Ubuntu Touch OS On Nexus Devices With This Simple Guide

Install Ubuntu Touch OS On Nexus Devices With This Simple Guide

The number of mobile OS keeps increasing and now Ubuntu is the latest entrant in the smartphone/tablet OS market. Ubuntu believes that with its Touch OS, it can provide a singular OS for different devices without sacrificing the experience. How true is that? Well, they’ve released the Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview for us to find(…)