Available now in Google Play, Google+ for Android will see its first major update in a while to version 3.6. The update features a handful of usability tweaks, including enhanced community management, some small changes to your newsfeed, and changes to the way media and links are handled.
Fully detailed on the Google+ blog, the ... Read More »
Financial Times reports that Google’s Android team is working on a smartwatch. The report says the device would act as a companion to your smartphone, but there are not many details provided outside of that. Apple and Samsung are both working on smartwatches to be released later this year, so it shouldn’t be ... Read More »
Last week we were sent a supposed picture of the rumored Nexus 5, and now we think we have found the source of the image. An 18 year old kid from Germany who goes by the handle @r4yn created a render of the LG “Megalodon” and uploaded it to Deviant Art.
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Looking for a way to burn a couple minutes before work or school is over? Head over to Google Maze and turn our website into a 3D maze that you navigate with your phone. Keep in mind this is a Chrome experiment, so it might not work on all devices. Share your experiences ... Read More »
WARNING: If you are allergic to rumors, speculation, or leaked phones, then do not click on this story. We just received a hot tip and we are not able to verify the source, so help us decide if it’s fake or real.
Imagine a world where you buy your smartphone first and then pick your wireless carrier. Picture a fantasy land where you can customize your phone’s hardware to your liking, similar to how Dell or Lenovo lets you build a PC. You can laugh and say I’m full of it, but I’m here to tell you ... Read More »
We all knew it was coming, and now Google has made it official. Starting July 1, 2013, Google will finally power down Google Reader. It’s not a very popular product, but Google Reader is still one of the most used RSS readers on Android devices. Google has said that users have four months ... Read More »
Google CEO Larry Page has just announced that Andy Rubin, the godfather of Android, will no longer lead the project as he moves on to start another project at Google. Taking over Android will be Sundar Pichai, who was the senior vice president of Chrome the last couple years.
Registration for Google’s annual developer conference opens today, and we expect it to sell out within the hour. The 2009 event sold out in 90 days, the 2010 event sold out in 10 days, 2011 sold out in 59 minutes, and last year’s sold out in under 30 minutes.
Today, Google Play officially turns one! Yes, the Android Market has been around since the T-Mobile G1 made its debut four and a half years ago, but you do have to admit that Google’s digital content store has made some impressive improvements since it was re-branded as Google Play.
The help celebrate this momentous occasion, games like Clouds ... Read More »