Google has confirmed there will be a Pixel 2 arriving this year and it will be a premium handset. Now, thanks to a new report from Android Police, we may know the codenames for not just one new Pixel smartphone, but two.
The first Pixel 2 codename is “Walleye,” and unfortunately, that’s ... Read More »
Being able to easily send and receive money has been one function of Google Wallet for years, and sending money through email seems like a natural extension of that.
Today, Google has announced that Gmail users can send and receive money in the Gmail for Android app. Google notes that the ... Read More »
Area 120 was created by Google last year, and it allows employees to use their “20 percent time” on approved side projects. Now, a group out of Area 120 has officially launched an app called Uptime. With it, users will be able to connect with friends, find new ones, and ... Read More »
Want to give your Android device a new look? Let Google give you a hand.
Google has a new tool called the #myAndroid Taste Test that aims to help you customize your Android device. The test will ask you a handful of questions, like “Patterned or random” and ... Read More »
Good news: Google’s March security update is here! Bad news: The update breaks some important features on the Nexus 6.
Several Nexus 6 owners report that after they installed the March security update, SafetyNet became broken on their device. SafetyNet ... Read More »
Have a Google Pixel? If so, there’s a new issue that you should be aware of.
Google has confirmed that some Pixels are affected by microphone issues. There are a couple of known causes of the mic problems, with the first being a hairline ... Read More »
Podcasts have become extremely popular over the years, and now Google is looking to spruce up its Play Music service with the first podcast of its own.
The new show is called “City Soundtracks,” and as the title suggests, it’s an in-depth look at a particular musical artist, the city they live in, and the music ... Read More »
The idea that Google is testing “smarter features” in Android is not all that surprising, considering forward momentum is essential to keeping up with competing forces and keeping people interested in your platform.
In a new report, VentureBeat has a brief look at what that progress might look like. According to ... Read More »
Google Play is officially five years old! Five years ago today, Google Play was introduced to rebrand and encapsulate the Android Market and its associated services like Google Music. Many of us didn’t like the change at first, but it was definitely a good one.
To celebrate the birthday of Google ... Read More »
Sometimes the white balance of a photo just doesn’t look right, especially in spur-of-the-moment situations, so Google is looking to help photographers out.
Today Google announced that it is adding an auto white balance feature to Google Photos. With it, Google Photos will automatically adjust the white balance of a photo you’ve got selected, ... Read More »