For those that happen to run into foreign languages while using their Android device, Google Now on Tap will quickly translate the content with just a couple ... Read More »
HTC is expected to launch not one, but two different Nexus-branded smartphones this year. We’ve seen the rumored specs for both handsets already, but one question has lingered: What will the devices look like?
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Earthquakes can be extremely dangerous, and they’re definitely something to keep in mind if you live in California. We’re always at risk of big earthquakes, and smaller but still significant earthquakes happen all the time.
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Rumor has it that HTC is manufacturing a pair of Nexus-branded devices this year. A week ago we heard our first rumors regarding the specs for the smaller of the two, codenamed “Sailfish,” and now there’s word on what features larger “Marlin” device might boast.
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When Google hosted its keynote for Google I/O 2016, the company said that it still hadn’t settled on a new name for Android N, the version of the platform that’s set to launch to the public later this year. As a result, Google reached out to the Android fans out there to try ... Read More »
One of the benefits of VR is being able to set foot in another place without actually leaving the room you’re in. Google wants to make that into a learning experience with a brand new Android app called Expeditions. With it, you’ll be able to go to places like historical landmarks, launch yourself out into space, or ... Read More »
Google has its Nexus lineup, but while those are devices that run the purest version of Android you can find, they are manufactured by other companies like Huawei and Motorola. If a new report is accurate, Google is planning on trying its hand at hardware.
According to The Telegraph, Google is going to ... Read More »
Word on the street is that Google wants to position its Nexus brand on a track that will see it attain wider adoption from smartphone buyers out there in the real world, instead of simply being enthusiast devices. To help get there, Google wants to offer a full-range of features, including ones that ... Read More »
Google is being very open about how long it will support Nexus devices. A support page describes the rules Google has set, and honestly, they’re extremely good. Android version updates are guaranteed for at least two years from launch, and security patches are guaranteed for three years from launch or 18 months after the Google Store ... Read More »
Google created Android Security Rewards to reward people for finding security vulnerabilities in Android. And the reward was cash, which is the best kind of reward. To date, Google has paid out over $550,000!
There were 82 individuals who were paid, 15 of which got over $10,000. Many of the vulnerabilities were related to the ... Read More »