Apple removes Bose products from stores following Beats settlement


Bose might have settled its noise-cancellation lawsuit against Beats out of court, but the two are clearly far from putting the past behind them. Apple (Beats' new owner) has pulled all Bose headphones and speakers from its online store and several brick-and-mortar ones, according to 9to5mac, despite continuing to carry other audio brands like Urbanears, Bang & Olufsen and Sennheiser. Both companies have declined to comment about the issue when asked by Recode, but rumors about Cupertino dropping Bose have been going around since the settlement last week.

Google Indonesia was Hacked earlier today and left defaced for hours.


The Google Indonesia domain(www.google.co.id) was hacked into and left defaced for several hours today morning, The Hacker collective MaDLeeTs who claimed responsibility for the hack and also left there deface page on the website.  Google.co.id was apparently hijacked using a hacking method known as DNS Poisoning.
MaDLeeTs are known for attacks like these targeting the search giant Google, only last year in October they had hijacked Google Malaysia using a similar same method.

Google Nexus 9 listed on Play Store in India


NEW DELHI: Just a day after its global unveiling, Nexus 9 tablet has been listed on Google's Play Store website in India. However, the new Google phone, named Nexus 6, has not been listed on the site as of now.

According to the listing, the 16GB Wi-Fi version of Nexus 9 costs Rs 28,900 in the country. The 32GB Nexus 9 variant with Wi-Fi and cellular has been priced at Rs 44,900, making it the most expensive Google tablet ever in India.

There is no official word on when the tablet will be released in India, but sources have told TOI that Nexus 9 as well as Nexus 6 will be available in the country in November itself.

Google announces Android Lollipop, Nexus 6 smartphone, Nexus 9 tablet


WASHINGTON: Google on Wednesday ramped up its mobile arsenal, upgrading its Nexus line with a new tablet and smartphone, and unveiling its revamped Android software, to be dubbed "Lollipop."

The US tech giant also announced the launch of a streaming media player for music, movies and videos, which can also allow users to play games via the Android TV device.

"Lollipop" or Android 5.0, the upgraded operating system for mobile, "is designed to be flexible, to work on all your devices and to be customized for you the way you see fit," said Google vice-president Sundar Pichai, who heads the Android operations.

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