According to Chevrolet, a large part of its 2016 car lineup will come with Android Auto support by default. More importantly, the company has mentioned that most of these will be included with the vehicle and will be available to the users at no extra cost whatsoever. The car manufacturer is essentially bringing Android Auto to most of its popular cars that will launch next year. Here are the 2016 Chevrolet cars that will support Android Auto by default: Spark Cruze Malibu Camaro (and Camaro Convertible) Silverado Silverado HD Colorado Impala Volt Corvette...

You must be aware of the Word Lens software (now owned by Google), which would translate text around you in real time using the camera viewfinder on your phone. Something similar is now coming out of Microsoft’s sheds, but for documents (sans the translation, of course). The company has released something known as Office Lens for Android via the Google Play Store, which basically lets you point at a handwritten document and convert it into a neatly arranged document. This comes after Microsoft extensively beta tested the app...

According to a Taiwanese source, ASUS is launching the ZenFone Selfie smartphone during next month’s Computex 2015 event. This event will also see host to the launch of the ZenPad 7 and ZenPad 8 tablets that were leaked out on Monday. This selfie oriented handset will reportedly pack a 13-megapixel camera on the front with a dual LED flash as well as laser autofocus à la LG G3/G4. The handset is believed to be packing a 5.5 inch display as well, indicating that it might be the same as the ZenFone 2 in that regard. We’re...

A report from Gartner mentions that Google’s Android operating system saw a dip in marketshare by 1.9% in the first few months of 2015. This was largely due to the increased growth of the iOS platform courtesy of the two new iPhones. Android marketshare fell by 4% in China, where the iPhones have been making tremendous inroads. In terms of overall shipments, Apple now stands only 20,000 units behind Samsung and could easily take over the crown from the company over the coming months if its sales are consistent. However, the figures...

As we mentioned yesterday, the T-Mobile LG G4 has already gone up live on the company’s website. The smartphone is an online only item at the moment, so you might have to wait a bit longer if you’re looking to get it through retail outlets. However, there’s more incentive if you’re looking to get the device from T-Mobile right now as users are also getting a 128GB microSD card for free. This means that you will have storage in excess of 100GB when you get your LG G4 from T-Mobile, which is incredible for a smartphone....

The NVIDIA Shield Portable from 2013, managed to gather a lot of eyeballs in the tech sphere as it promised to bring top end titles to a portable device, complete with the usual set of gaming controls. And today, a benchmark listing has popped up, possibly of the Shield Portable 2, giving us a good idea about its hardware as well. GFXBench has revealed that this device comes with 32GB of onboard storage, coupled by 3GB of RAM. It is also said that the device comes with a 7.8 inch 1080p display, but without a touchscreen. This essentially...

The LG Watch Urbane is now available from a handful of retailers in the U.S. However, if you’re not interested in paying so much for the wearable, you can turn your attention towards Expansys USA where the smartwatch is only selling for $299.99. Unfortunately, the deal is only available today i.e. the 27th of May from Expansys, so you don’t have a lot of time to make up your mind. This is part of Expansys USA’s deal of the day promotion. The Watch Urbane is one of the most premium looking wearables available in the market...

The Xiaomi Mi Band wearable costs a measly $15 and tracks all your fitness metrics and even sleep patterns. However, the smart wearable lacked support for Google Fit syncing, which was a bit of a problem for users on Android 5.0 Lollipop as Fit does all the data tracking by default. However, Xiaomi and Google have worked things out now and the Mi Band is fully supported by Google Fit as well, meaning you can keep an eye on the data gathered by the Mi Band using Google Fit as well. This is in addition to the company’s proprietary...