After a whole year of waiting, Google has finally announced its cloud music service, Music Beta by Google. Product Manager at Google, Paul Joyce, unveiled the service during this morning’s keynote at Google I/O in San Francisco. While everything we heard about the service last night turned out to be true, ... Read More »
Android OS News
Andy Rubin just spilled the beans, confirming that the Nexus 3 is definitely in the works. When asked about the Nexus 3 by our very own Taylor, Andy had this to say:
How soon in the future? It’s very possible that the company announces the phone in December alongside Ice Cream Sandwich — Taylor seems ... Read More »
It’s no secret that Google and Apple are battling it out for dominance in the mobile and tablet sectors. Apple had an amazing head start which left a lot of analysts wondering if Google would succeed with their mobile platform. As you already know, Android has outperformed everyone’s expectations, shooting to the top of almost ... Read More »
We just finished watching the hour-long Google I/O keynote, and boy was it jam-packed with Android news. One of the most important announcements made is that the next version of Android — Ice Cream Sandwich — will unite all Android devices under one umbrella.
Google Product Manager, Hugo Barra, mentioned during the keynote that Ice ... Read More »
Honeycomb enhancements are on their way with the new 3.1 update which will be pushed out to the Motorola XOOM as of today. This new update features a few enhancements which should make your tablet experience a bit more enjoyable.
First on the list of Android 3.1 enhancements is a more robust multi-tasking and app-switching ... Read More »
The Google Music page just went live! Go ahead and request an invitation, you know you want to.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Google will finally announce Google Music at the company’s developer conference tomorrow. Even though, the company hasn’t been able to strike deals with record companies, they have decided to go ahead and launch the product nonetheless.
Initially, the service will be available for beta testers and not ... Read More »
It’s that time of the month again, folks. comScore’s mobile report for the month of March has been released, and yes Android’s still growing and taking RIM’s lunch money. Android widened its gap with RIM throughout March, despite fierce competition from the Verizon iPhone, Windows Phone 7 and Blackberry. While Android is doing ... Read More »
Just in case you had any doubt that this year’s Google I/O is going to be all about Android all the time, Google just went ahead and cleared that up for you. The company just kicked off the final countdown to the popular event, and they made sure we know Android will be ... Read More »
Just a few days ago we thought Google would announce a new version of Google TV at the company’s developer conference. We’re not so sure about that, right now. According to NewTeeVee, Google could give us a glimpse of the new Google TV at I/O, but the product itself won’t be ... Read More »