Android Wear is growing larger every day, and Google is taking good care of the fledgling smartwatch OS. Today the company is releasing 17 new watch faces that feature a wide variety of big names in their designs. Several of the watch faces include characters or pop culture references such as ... Read More »
One of the standard built-in apps is a clock, allowing smartphone owners to check the time, run timers, sometimes look at a world clock, and set alarms. But for anyone that may not be a fan of their built-in clock app, Google has an option.
Google recently launched its Clock app into the Play Store, adding ... Read More »
Google already rewards people for finding big security vulnerabilities in its services. Instead of suing or taking legal action against people who try to help like some other companies have done, Google rewards those people for assisting in making its services safer for everyone. Now Google will be doing the same for Android!
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Recently, what looked to be the new Nest Cam along with a brand new version of the Nest app, surfaced from the rumor mill, showing off a newly-designed piece of hardware. Turns out that initial report was right on target, as Best Buy has showcased the new camera and outed new features, too.
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We have to wonder how many people really buy Google Play gift cards. It seems like a solid idea since you’re able to buy apps, music, and more from the Play Store, but is it actually that popular? The service has been available in the States for three years, yet the expansion to other countries ... Read More »
Having trouble selecting your next Android phone? Google to the rescue!
Google today launched a new “Which Phone” tool on its official Android site that aims to help you find the perfect phone for you. The process starts by you selecting a few things that you plan ... Read More »
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.
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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 »
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.