Android Wear 2.0 is coming soon, and one of the big benefits of the update is the inclusion of Android Pay for watches with NFC built in. You’ll be able to pay for things at compatible terminals with a tap of your wrist rather than pulling your ... Read More »
Earthquakes can be extremely dangerous, and they’re definitely something to keep in mind if you live in California. We’re always at risk of big earthquakes, and smaller but still significant earthquakes happen all the time.
Google will now show earthquake information in cards at the top of search results in the event of an earthquake near you. ... Read More »
Android Auto has the advantage of being easily updated because the software resides mostly on the smartphone rather than the car or head unit. The latest update to Android Auto has popped up on Google Play and while there aren’t many changes, it’s still a pretty important one.
The biggest change is to the home screen. The ... Read More »
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Google Now informs you of so many things when you need it. Whether it’s a flight or hotel reservation, it’s incredibly useful to just pull up Google Now and get a direct link to the info you need. It’s quite brilliant. But what about car rentals?
Google has integrated rental car reservation reminders into Google ... Read More »
Google Now has always been helpful and it continues to get better with every update. Google pushes out updates quite often, adding new features to help you in your everyday life. Today another update is rolling out that adds yet another useful feature: showing you product availability around you for products you want.
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A couple months back, in the development notes for the Chromium project, it was mentioned that Google is working on a “skeleton” for Google Now in Chrome, that would be accessible through “Chrome Notifications.” Google commented saying that the company is always experimenting with their products, but they had nothing to announce at the time. ... Read More »
Long before I owned an Android phone, I was rocking an iPod touch. Before you start getting out the torches and pitchforks, realize that this was a temporary lapse of judgement, and I’ve obviously come to see the error of my ways.
Anyway, the most treasured application I had on my previous device was Zynga ... Read More »