Google has released Google Keep, a note taking application. We’ve done up a full review so you can see what it’s all about.
Dan Brown’s bestseller “The Da Vinci Code” is available for free in the Google Play Store, for a limited time. The edition also includes an excerpt from the author’s next novel, “Inferno”.
Are you using Avast! Mobile Security? The widely popular mobile security app has begun reporting apps like Gmail and PayPal as malware. An update is rolling out to fix the problem.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt has put an end to rumors of a merger between Android and Chrome OS, even with Sundar Pichai taking the lead on both of them.
If for some reasons you have yet to pick up the award-winning Osmos HD, there’s never a better time to do so than today, as the game has been given the discount treatment.
HTC shows off BlinkFeed in two new videos posted on its blog. One video shows the way BlinkFeed puts the user in the middle of the action, while the second one demonstrates how easy it is to manage sources.
It’s been teased since December and finally hit beta release earlier in the month. As promised by Teknision, the Chameleon Launcher version 2 for smartphones is now ready for primetime.
It’s been months since Google Play received its last makeover, now it looks like Google is readying to unleash version 4.0. What’s changed?
Google continues to expand the list of countries that Google Play Books is available in and has now added Mexico to the list.
Have you ever wanted seamless travel integration in your phone? Well, the Samsung Galaxy S4 will have the extremely popular TripAdvisor pre-loaded on it along with TripAdvisor integration in some of Samsung’s own apps.