Natural disasters are devastating, with people often losing everything they own. And with smartphones now such an essential part of our lives and communication being so critical during the time after the disaster, people need their phones more than ever.
Google has teamed up with uBreakiFix to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey in Houston. ... Read More »
Those who love to travel are about to get a lot more use out of Google. The company has updated Google Flights, Google Trips, and Destinations on Google with a combined additional 20 new languages and 26 new countries.
Destinations on Google can help you ... Read More »
Recently, it was reported that HTC was deliberating a variety of different options to help its business, including an outright sale of the company.
Now, Digitimes reports that HTC may be moving a bit forward with the selling ... Read More »
The Pixel 2 leaks continue to trickle out as we wait for an official announcement from Google.
Images that claim to show the front and back of the Google Pixel 2 have been shared by 9to5Google. While they’re heavily blurred, the photos ... Read More »
Rumor has it that the Google Pixel XL 2 will feature a Snapdragon 836 processor under the hood, giving it a slight boost over other current flagships from the likes of Samsung and LG. However, that may not end up being the case.
A report from Android Police states that ... Read More »
Texting is still the dominant means of communication for most people, and substituting actual words with emoji, stickers, and the like has become extremely popular. So it’s not surprise to hear that Google has upgraded Gboard to support not only stickers, but also Bitmoji.
To get these new features, you’ll need to update the Gboard app ... Read More »
The Google Camera app with HDR+ from the Google Pixel was recently ported to other Snapdragon-powered devices, but it had a lot of bugs keeping it from being a main camera app. 60 FPS video was broken, the front camera wouldn’t ... Read More »
Much like Amazon has done, Google is opening up Google Assistant to third parties. Though the companies virtual assistant has so far resided on smartphones and watches (and of course the Google Home), you’ll soon start to see it in products like speakers and appliances.
Google mentions ... Read More »
The YouTube logo has been the same for quite some time, but everything is eventual, so a change has finally arrived.
Today YouTube officially announced several updates, including a new logo, the dark theme finally rolling out to everyone in a new desktop experience, and new features for mobile users. So, first thing’s ... Read More »
Google Maps isn’t just about getting you to where you want/need to go, but also a way to find out what you should do when you get there, and an easy way to remember where you parked when you arrive. And now Google Maps is ... Read More »