With expectations that Google will unveil not one, but two new Pixel-branded smartphones in early October, the rumor mill is starting to work overtime in ruining most of the surprise.
Google Photos has been able to put together movies since its launch, gathering photos and videos that you uploaded at an event or during a trip and then showing them off in a new creation all its own.
The movies are put together automatically, but they’ve been limited in what they could collect. That’s finally changing ... Read More »
Google Allo has been hotly anticipated since its announcement at Google I/O, but several months later, fans are starting to get restless waiting for Google’s new communications app. There have been rumors and teases for quite a while, but nothing concrete. It seems as ... Read More »
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Yes, we know you all want Google Allo to launch. But Google Duo is a fairly popular app with very positive reviews on the Play Store are very positive.
To promote its video chatting app, Google has released some cute ads featuring duos like peanut butter and jelly, salt and pepper, and ... Read More »
Reading emails on mobile can be tough, as they’re often formatted for desktop viewing and everything on mobile is too small. Links are hard to press, text is hard to read, and everything is far apart. Thankfully, Google is working on that problem.
Responsive design aims to adapt emails to fit your mobile device, with bigger ... Read More »
Google has released the Android distribution numbers for the seven-day period ending on September 5, and things are looking good for Marshmallow. Android 6.0 grew over 3.5 percent since last month and it’s now up to 18.7 percent.
Almost one-fifth of the Android market is a large chunk, but we ... Read More »
Android Pay already has support from huge banks in the United States, and now it’s added yet another to the (still growing) list.
Google has officially announced that Android Pay now supports a variety of different cards from Chase Bank. Those include the Visa Sapphire, Freedom, Slate, United Mileage Explorer, and Hyatt Credit Card. ... Read More »
We knew that Android 7.0 Nougat had improved security, but now Google has detailed what it’s done with the operating system update. A big part was addressing the issues with mediaserver.
Up to this point, 7-inch tablets appeared to have dropped off the Google radar considering it’s been three years since the company launched the Nexus 7. There’s been the Nexus 9 and Nexus 10, and even the Pixel C, but anyone who has been waiting for a new 7-inch tablet has been left to do ... Read More »
Yesterday we heard an unfortunate rumor claiming that Google may be shutting the Project Ara modular smartphone down. It wasn’t official then, but Google has now confirmed that this is the case.
The project is technically suspended rather than dead, but the point is that we won’t be seeing a Project Ara phone released. ... Read More »