Google Cardboard was a strange release at last year’s Google I/O. It almost seemed like a joke, until we realized the implications. Instead of an overly expensive virtual reality headset that’s not even in a consumer ready form yet, you can build yourself a headset out of cardboard. This means that you can take advantage ... Read More »
Google is gearing up to launch a new service called Android Pay at Google I/O, in addition to refocusing Google Wallet. The news comes from a report by The New York Times, which states that Google will launch Android Pay at Google I/O tomorrow. Android Pay will allow merchants ... Read More »
Spotlight Stories was a huge part of Motorola’s charm. It’s an app that feature some “stories,” which are basically animated shorts with an interactive twist. To follow the action, you rotate the phone (and yourself) to see everything that’s going on. The stories are beautiful, well made, and often simply adorable.
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The Roboto font has been a big part of Android’s visual evolution. It was introduced with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, alongside Holo design. It was a transformation for Android, focusing on visuals and moving away from the functional but ugly looks of previous versions.
Over the years, Rotobo has been improved and even ... Read More »
As initially discovered by Android Police, the Google Store has seen a rare price drop for one of the devices found on its digital ... Read More »
Digital assistants on smartphones and other mobile devices have become quite the focal point for the major companies, with not only Apple and Google getting into the fun, but Microsoft as well. For those that have Android-based smartphones, but have longed to get Microsoft’s digital assistant, Cortana, the wait is almost over.
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Days after a report claimed that Google could unveil its Google+-less photo service at I/O, new details on the offering have surfaced.
Several screenshots of what’s said to be Google’s new dedicated Photos app for Android have found their way online. Posted by Read More »
Fingerprint authentication has become a most wanted feature for some, adding just another layer of protection for mobile devices. Now, according to a new report, Google will be bringing native support for the security feature in the next version of Android.
According to a report issued by BuzzFeed, Google will be bringing native fingerprint ... Read More »
Following Google’s recent decision to begin storing users Google+ photos in a “Google Photos” section of Google Drive, a new report suggests that Google is going to separate Photos from Google+ even further in the near future.
Remember that major Android Wear update that Google revealed last month? Well, it looks like it’s finally now rolling out.