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A Notification Center has been added in the latest version of the Chromium build for Windows, a feature that opens the path to the integration of Google Now in Chrome and Chrome OS.
A Chrome Bugdroid statue has been spotted in Google’s Campus, and a new report says that Google is getting ready to let Chrome users run Android apps in their browser.
The folks at Google have updated their social networking app, Google+, adding new moderation features and a notification tray.
A major upgrade to Google Earth’s virtual tour guide feature adds new tours exceeding 100,000, as well as 1 million photos from user submissions.
All the people waiting for the release of Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition for Android are going to have to keep waiting a little longer, as the game has been delayed indefinitely, based on info posted by the game’s creative director on Twitter.
After months of beta, Codename One has now been downloaded over 100,000 times and has been used to create more than 1,000 native mobile apps across all of today’s most popular smartphone platforms, including Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
Game developer Bohemia Interactive is currently working on Arma Tactics for Android, with plans to release it for NVIDIA’s Project Shield gaming console in Q2 2013.
The Carbon backup app for Android is now out of beta, and can be downloaded through Google Play in two configurations: free and paid for $4.99 each.
The Google Play Music app has just been updated by Google once again. The latest update for it rolled in today, and it is now on version 4.5.9.