Google Street View hasn’t been limited to maps for quite a while. You can even explore the Great Barrier Reef using Street View. The app is pushing exploration beyond just your own neighborhood.
The next step is a big one, because for the first time, Street View has left the Earth. You can ... Read More »
Motion Stills was a previously iOS-exclusive app that allowed you to capture Live Photos which the app then stabilized and created loops out of. You could then share them as GIFs. It’s no secret that Google’s internal app teams love iOS, but now Android is finally getting some of that love.
The Motion Stills app has ... Read More »
Apps and games are ridiculously popular, but unfortunately they can be used as a means to get malicious software onto a smartphone or tablet. Google has been working to keep that kind of software away from users for some time, but today they are taking yet another step towards the ultimate goal of keeping Android ... Read More »
Content curation is a major focus for a lot of companies these days, usually as a means to help customers find music, games, or other content.
Google is no stranger to having people curate content for its digital storefronts, but it is getting even more curated content beginning today, thanks to “editorial pages” inside the Editors’ Choice section. ... Read More »
The Google Play Music app for both Android and iOS is getting a very useful new feature. Searching for music generally meant having to wait for the results to load then selecting one to play it. When you’re searching for something specific, it was a bit convoluted.
The new feature adds ... Read More »
Google Glass Explorer Edition was a wearable that functioned as a smart heads-up display and a camera, and a few years ago it was raking in the attention for a variety of reasons. But one question back then was always looming: Would it last?
We know the answer to that now, because the ... Read More »
If you’re the kind of person to modify every device you own, you’ve likely messed with router firmware before. Unfortunately, the Google Wifi is set up to be simple and easy to use, with no complex settings (and few advanced settings). It’s also not easily flashable like your old WRT54G was.
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Not too long ago, Google rolled out a graph that shows just how busy a business is during any hour of the day. It’s a handy way to know at a glance if you can squeeze in a visit to the local retail shop, depending on how busy they typically are at that time ... Read More »
A couple of days ago, we got what may be our first good look at the design of the Google Pixel XL 2017, complete with a large display and squeezable frame. Now more details on both of those features have leaked.
The Google Pixel XL 2017 ... Read More »
Back in June after the Samsung Galaxy S8 arrived on the scene, Google announced that Play Music would launch an exclusive feature for S8 called New Release Radio. It offers daily updates and new music for the listener to enjoy with each refresh. Now the exclusive window has come to an end.
Today Google officially announced ... Read More »