Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the ... Read More »
The list of senior executives who have left HTC to peruse other career opportunities just got a little longer. Jeff Gattis, director of global marketing for HTC’s Connected Devices division, has taken a new position at Magic Leap as head of product marketing. During his short stint at HTC, Gattis oversaw the final details of the HTC RE ... Read More »
Google Hangouts has become a go-to option for video calls over the years, and as such, its feature list has only gotten better to match demand. Now Google is updating Hangouts with yet another feature that will make it easier than ever before to simply hop into a video call or conference.
The announcement was made ... Read More »
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Google+ is now getting a full redesign across the web, Android, and iOS. The redesign looks pretty much the same across all platforms and is meant to put the two main features of the service at the front: Communities and Collections.
It seems that Google realizes that people don’t use Google+ as a regular social ... Read More »
One of the strengths of Google Photos is the ability to access unlimited cloud storage for “high quality” photos, and videos as well. Unfortunately, devices don’t have unlimited storage, so Google is hoping to make it easier to free up some space on devices that might be running low.
With the new “Free Up Space” ... Read More »
The Google app has been getting smarter and smarter as time goes by. First it started with the Knowledge Graph, which provided information on single entities. Then it became more advanced, recognizing facts about those entities and answering simple questions.
Now, Google will be able to answer more complex questions. Questions with multiple factors ... Read More »
YouTube has been busy when it comes to new features, with YouTube Red bringing ad-free and other noteworthy features to the service for a minimal monthly subscription. Now the focus is on music, as Google aims to offer a “new type of experience” when you want to listen to, or watch, your favorite artist ... Read More »
Google’s Nexus line has long been the epitome of Android for bloggers and enthusiasts. But according to a new report from The Information, Google could be looking to build its own smartphone without any manufacturer help. With the Nexus line, Google has always partnered with a manufacturer to create a Nexus phone that ... Read More »
Google’s original Chromecast has truly ended up being a great investment for me. I purchased it the day it was announced, and since then I’ve easily recieved enough free movie and Play Store credit to cover the cost of device. Recently, Google released two new ... Read More »
It’s been known for quite some time that TAG Heuer had plans to unveil its new smartwatch on November 9, and sure enough the watchmaker has done just that. The new TAG Heuer Connected is built with the company’s pristine hardware in mind, but also brings in Google’s Android Wear platform.
The TAG Heuer ... Read More »