At SMX (Search Marketing Expo) Paris today, Google’s Behshad Behzadi was presenting on some of the new features that will be available with Google Now On Tap. Google Now On Tap was announced recently at Google I/O 2015 that bring contextual awareness from within ... Read More »
Google Now on Tap was one of the coolest features the company showed off at this year’s I/O conference in May, but it’ll only be available in Android M later this year. However, for those that want a taste of how it will work, Google’s happy to oblige.
Today, Chrome for Android received an ... Read More »
At Google I/O last week, Sundar Pichai announced a new Android development training program named Nanodegrees. Google wants to enable the next generation of Android developers because they see how fast Android is growing and how they need bright minds like you to make it awesome. They have partnered with Udacity, a leader in scalable online education, to ... Read More »
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Google has long let you do things like view your search history and download your account data, but today they launched a new tool to make all of that even simpler.
Every month, Google updates those interested in the state of Android, showcasing just how much of the market is taken up by each version of the mobile platform. For the period ending June 1, Google showcases yet another month where the company’s latest public release, Lollipop, continues to grow.
Android 5.1, the newest release, ... Read More »
Google ATAP is constantly announcing cool new projects for the future, and the latest is Project Jacquard. It’s not just some new high tech device though, but instead a push for creating interactive textiles. The new Jacquard yarn looks and feels like normal yarn, but is made out of conductive threads.
This yarn can ... Read More »
Last year at Google I/O, Google announced a completely new design standard with material design. The Android community quickly fell in love material design, and it wasn’t hard to forget the Holo design of old.
Over the last year, thousands of Android apps have adopted the new standard with beautifully simple ... Read More »
There was no louder applause during the keynote this morning than when Anil Sabharwal, Director of Photos at Google, announced that Google Photos will offer unlimited storage of users photos and videos for free.
This was the knockout punch to an already impressive presentation on everything that Google Photos is bringing to users starting today ... Read More »
Google Maps is probably the best means of navigation of all time (except maybe a rally co-driver), but it has a major downside that people have been complaining about for a long time. You need a data connection for navigation, and the offline mode is tough to use and only works with the basic map ... Read More »
Google Cardboard was a strange release at last year’s Google I/O. It almost seemed like a joke, until we realized the implications. Instead of an overly expensive virtual reality headset that’s not even in a consumer ready form yet, you can build yourself a headset out of cardboard. This means that you can take advantage ... Read More »