One of the current trends in Android is manufacturers breaking their apps out from their UI or OS and placing them into the Play Store to provide quicker updates. Google is one of the companies that’ve been part of this trend, and the latest app to receive the treatment is the stock Android Email app. The app’s ... Read More »
It seems like Google’s goal is to infiltrate every aspect of our lives. To be honest, I don’t mind. The way Google has already improved my life with things like Android, Google Now and especially Google Maps, I’m down with the company giving every market a shot. Next up, Google will be unveiling Auto Link ... Read More »
Google may have purchased Nest, but the company has only been selling one product on the Play Store. The Nest thermostat is quite an amazing device, and definitely Google’s style (it leans based on your everyday actions), but Nest also has a second product out. The Nest Protect is a smart carbon monoxide detector, and ... Read More »
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With Google I/O just two weeks away, anything and everything Google is beginning to leak. The latest leak comes from Forbes and deals with something that we’ve expected from Google and haven’t yet seen. Google Fit is reportedly Google’s foray into the world of health, aiming to help you ... Read More »
Google I/O is on its way, and in accordance, the Android rumors are ramping up. After yesterday’s Quantum Paper rumor, today brings us a possible tease from El Goog itself. The screenshots below (click for full size) were from a tweet by Google, letting you know that you can follow your favorite teams in the ... Read More »
Are you excited for Google I/O? I can’t imagine you not being excited. The event is coming up soon, and those who are going will need some way of finding all the different conferences for specific topics. And just like every year, Google has released the official Google I/O 2014 app to the Play Store ... Read More »
Recent rumors have claimed that Google is planning to create new services with its own satellites. One potential use case would be to provide web access to those who are outside of the coverage of regular Internet companies. There are many other uses for having your own satellite, and Google knows this. So it’s no surprise that Google has announced ... Read More »
Google Now offers great features for anyone getting around, serving up flight info, navigation details and public transit data. Google recently beefed up Google Now’s public transportation abilities with a feature that I’m sure riders of busses and trains will love.
The YouTube app has long had an ambiguous “HD” button for videos. (We don’t know if HD means 720p or 1080p, but it’s very likely it was 720p). And there was no way to select anything else–just HD on or off. This changes with the latest update to the YouTube app
Now you can select between ... Read More »
Earlier this year, Google introduced us to Project Tango, an Android-powered smartphone that contained multiple sensors for creating 3D maps. Today that project is expanding to include a 7-inch tablet.
Google today outed the Project Tango tablet, a developer device that can capture images of the environment around it and ... Read More »