Posts by Joshua Levenson

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Google Now. Image: Google.

Google Now is one of the most powerful tools currently available for any Android user. It allows us to set reminders, send text messages, compose emails, place calls, read news articles, view the weather and much much more, all without having to use our hands.

Something that you may not be aware of, though, is that the application permits users to cancel auto-renewing memberships with the aid of two simple words and one tap on the screen.

Nexus 9

Nexus 9 benchmark test. Image: TKTechNews

Two days ago, a CPU-Z document appeared online disclosing the internal infrastructure of HTC’s upcoming Nexus tablet — codenamed ‘Volantis’. Now, today, the slate has popped up in the AnTuTu benchmark database corroborating everything we’ve heard about the device’s impressive specifications.

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Humble Sega Bundle. Screenshot: Josh Levenson/Cult of Android.

Last week, Humble Bundle launched its latest ‘pay what you want’ deal with six fantastic Sega games up for grabs. Now the team are rolling out an update for its official Android application which brings the inclusion of two more games to its lineup, as well as a limited edition live wallpaper.

Moto 360

The Moto 360. Image: Motorola

To celebrate the launch of its upcoming smartwatch, Motorola has teamed up with the folks over at Yo Messaging in order to give away twenty of its Moto 360 watches.

Meet the Gear S. Image: Samsung Tomorrow.

Meet the Gear S. Image: Samsung Tomorrow.

Today, Samsung officially took the wraps off its Gear S — the first ever standalone, Tizen-powered smartwatch with 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth compatibility. Yes, that’s right, folks. This watch does not need to be paired to a smartphone; you can stay up to date with all your notifications from social networks, calendars and applications even when your phone is nowhere to be seen. You can make and receive calls too with the Gear S. Now that’s pretty cool.

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