Students that use Google Apps for Education are in for a treat. Google is now rolling out a new set of features for Google Apps for Education that includes a new unlimited storage plan for Google Drive. Yes, the only limit you’ll have to deal with is a 5TB size limit per file.
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The Nexus 6, constructed by Motorola and Google, has just received the leak treatment from Android Police. Rumors and leaks regarding the Nexus 6 have been in abundance, but this is by far the largest leak we’ve seen ... Read More »
Can’t get enough of the Motorola Shamu? Apparently this is your week, because after getting a mock-up of the device and then seeing its backside, another image has leaked that may give us a glimpse at its screen.
A photo that claims to show the ... Read More »
Roughly one year after its initial debut, the Sprint Nexus 5 has reached end of life status. RIP good buddy, we hardly knew you.
Thankfully, it’s not all bad new for Sprint Nexus 5 owners, or those that still have their eye on the device. Not at all. The Sprint-sold model of the ... Read More »
Not getting enough Google in your Android diet? Your next device may help satiate your appetite.
The Information reports that Google is increasing the requirements that manufacturers must follow when making an Android device. Those changes include an increase in the number of preinstalled Google apps up ... Read More »
Since late July, Motorola’s “Shamu” handset has been the center of plenty of rumors regarding an upcoming Nexus handset, and now a new report has surfaced that claims to not only corroborate rumors, but even add a bit of new information to the mix.
In a new mandate, Google is requiring developers of paid apps or apps with in-app purchases to list a physical address on their app details page. Jared Rummler, of JRummy Apps, pointed out the change in a new Google+ post today. He included a screenshot of the new requirement informing developers that, as of September ... Read More »
In June of 2014, Google officially introduced Android One, an initiative to make sure that stock Android is on a lot more devices across the globe on affordable devices. Now, several months later, the initiative has launched in India with support from several manufacturers, and more coming down the line.
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It’s been known since Motorola officially announced their new Moto X that the device would be sold for AT&T and Verizon, as well as offer an unlocked variant for those who prefer that route. Now, a new report states that the unlocked version may actually get its own title to help it stand out ... Read More »
Google Hangouts used to be a Google+ version of Google Talk, with the former eventually replacing the latter to be more social and more integrated into Google’s social network. However, with Google+ not achieving the popularity Google has hoped for, it looks like the company wants to make Hangouts a more separate entity. With ... Read More »