Google is known for keeping its apps up to date, and the Google app is no exception. The latest update is version 4.1 and includes some new features, particularly new settings to control Google Now cards. Anything beyond the most basic control over Google Now cards has been missing from the Google ... Read More »
Historically, the sheer number of devices launched by manufacturers has occasionally prevented them from keeping up with the latest version of Android. Ever since the launch of Android 4.4 KitKat, though, that trend has begun to shift.
The Google Chromecast became extremely popular last year, having broken into the mainstream market at a pace unusual for Google hardware. Thanks to the low price tag, ease of use, and recommendation of countless websites, Chromecast use has skyrocketed.
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Google’s ambition to get Android into vehicles is well known. Currently the big G is planning to do it with Android Auto, but apparently the company may have an even bigger plan in the works.
Heads up, Google Drive users, because you’ve got a spiffy new update headed your way!
Android is a wonderful mobile operating system, but with it has come a lot of litigation. Plenty of companies have sued Android manufacturers for infringement, including a few patent trolls that just exist to buy patents and use them in court. To combat this, Google purchased Motorola and kept its patent ... Read More »
If you’ve been waiting for the official update to Android 5.0.1 to roll out to your Nexus 5, wait no longer. If you are technically inclined you can now flash the factory image provided by Google to get your device to the latest Android version without having to wait ... Read More »
If you’ve got a Nest Learning Thermostat, then you’ll be pleased to hear that it’s now even easier to control your Nest with your phone.
Well, we knew this moment would come sooner rather than later. The Nexus 5 has been the beloved standard for the high end budget phone since its release, and it continues to excel with some excellent specs for a fairly low price. But it was released over a year ago, and its ... Read More »
Google Cardboard seemed like a funny joke at the time, a little toy to play with for those who attended Google I/O. But no, it’s a lot more than that. Google Cardboard has evolved into Google’s embodiment of its push for virtual reality. Instead of Read More »