We haven’t heard much about Andy Rubin ever since he handed control of Android over to Sundar Pichai in 2013, but because he’s the father of Android, we’ll always have a soft spot for Mr. Rubin. That’s why it’s kind of a bummer to hear ... Read More »
Remember Google Fit? Google officially announced Fit at its I/O developer conference in June, detailing the APIs that developers could use to track a user’s fitness. Fast forward four months and we can finally give Fit a try for ourselves.
Google Fit is now available for download in Google Play. The ... Read More »
Yesterday Google introduced us to its new companion app for Gmail, dubbed Inbox. Everyone has been clamoring to try it, but the service is invite-only. You could request an invite, however, and Google is now sending out the first round of invites. We’re not sure how exactly Google is choosing those ... Read More »
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In a blog post today, Google officially unveiled the latest update to Android Wear, Android Wear 4.4W.2. The update focuses primarily on things to improve fitness, though they could also be used in other atmospheres. Importantly, Android Wear now supports smartwatches with GPS sensors, allowing you track your run and calculate things ... Read More »
Google recently revealed that its Project Ara devices will run a special version of Android 5.0 Lollipop that’ll allow for most modules to be hot-swapped. But just how will you buy those modules in the first place? Now we know.
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Google has introduced a new app to the world called Inbox, and it aims to improve your email experience. Inbox includes important new features for organization like a bundling format for emails of a similar type. Bundles are a more refined version of the Gmail categories that we saw last year. They take ... Read More »
Wondering when you’ll be able to find out what a bugdroid-flavored lollipop tastes like? Us too. Thankfully, we now know that that date is just a couple of weeks away.
Google started life in 1996 as a search engine that helped us to better explore the Internet with our computers. Fast forward to 2014, and we know Google is pioneering the science behind making it easier to get the information we want in our hands via voice recognition. We don’t communicate with those nearby us by writing ... Read More »
Been itching to get your hands on a Nexus Player or HTC Nexus 9? Today brings you one step closer, as both are available for pre-order on the Play Store. After seeing the HTC Nexus 9 go up for pre-order on Amazon ... Read More »
With Android 5.0 Lollipop officially announced and the first release coming on November 3, we were waiting for this. Google has released the Android 5.0 Lollipop SDK and system images for developers to get working. Android 5.0 Lollipop marks an ... Read More »