Live streaming from mobile devices is a big focus for a lot of companies, including Facebook and Twitter (who owns Periscope), so it’s not surprising that YouTube would want to jump into the fray as well.
The YouTube blog has announced that it’s green lighting its mobile live streaming feature for more creators today. Specifically, ... Read More »
The Google Pixel is in much higher demand than Google expected. This is obvious by the fact that there aren’t enough devices to go around. Plenty of people who bought one are still waiting for theirs.
To appease waiting customers, Verizon is going to be giving out free Read More »
The app management screen in the Google Play Store is pretty rudimentary. You get a list of installed apps and a list of all apps you’ve previously installed. That may change soon.
The images you see above reportedly show how the new app management screen will soon look. There is a separate tab for updates ... Read More »
In the upcoming beta version of Chrome for Android, Google is implementing a few key changes, including the way the operating system handles web apps.
In the upcoming beta release, Chrome for Android will officially support Progressive Web Apps, which means that Android will offer better integration of web apps. When users add ... Read More »
Google currently has a couple of different Android launcher apps, but it looks like the company will soon whittle that number down to one.
Android Police is reporting that Google plans to scrap the Google Now Launcher from the Play Store, based on an email the publication received from an anonymous tipster. The email says that ... Read More »
Google Assistant is currently exclusive to the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, at least for now. Thankfully, it seems that the software feature will be coming to Google’s old, forgotten Nexus devices.
Was recently told that Assistant is finally coming to Nexus 5X/6P ... Read More »
Nearly one year after kicking off its Hands Free mobile payments trial, Google has revealed that its ending the test.
Google says that it’s shutting down the Hands Free app on February 8, almost one year after launching a pilot program in ... Read More »
Autonomous vehicle testing in California is pretty heavily regulated. Google’s self-driving car company Waymo has had a permit for a long time now, and all permit holders must disclose data, such as amount of disengagements per thousand miles. A disengagement is when a person takes control over the car.
Waymo has driven 50% more miles ... Read More »
It’s been a bit of time since Google officially released Android 7.1.1 to the public, so it’s about time for a new beta to make an appearance.
Google has confirmed on its developer blog that Android 7.1.2 is currently in beta and is now rolling out to select Nexus ... Read More »
Artificial intelligence (AI) is getting a ton of attention from many companies out there, and now Starbucks is getting in on the fun.
The company has officially announced that it is rolling out “My Starbucks Barista,” which will be embedded within the company’s stock iOS app beginning today. It’s also making its debut as a skill ... Read More »