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Study shows Android users spend larger percentage of time browsing than their iOS counterparts

The most interesting statistic is that iOS users spend 12% of their time visiting websites, while Android users devote 16% on the same task. How much time do you spend visiting websites ...
by Nate SwannerMay 29, 201328

New Chrome experiment ‘Roll It’ is out!

One of the hidden gems at I/O this year, Roll It was another Chrome experiment, geared at bridging the gap between mobile and desktop. Have you tried it yet?
by Nate SwannerMay 28, 20133

Chrome Beta for Android updated to v28, includes Google Translate, other features

Chrome Beta for Android has been updated to version 28 with built-in Google Translate integration and other features. Read on for more details!
by Chris SmithMay 24, 20132

More great stuff: Google updates four Android apps

Two major Android updates have landed today, along with two others that went a bit under the radar. We have all the info you need, right here!
by Nate SwannerMay 22, 20134

Talk to your browser! Voice search included in latest Chrome update

Searching by voice is included in the latest stable version of the Chrome browser, which is version 27. Do you have it yet?
by Nate SwannerMay 22, 20137

Google TV gets latest Android and Chrome versions, promises faster updates

Google TV has been moved to the latest versions of Android and Chrome, the company has announced, also promising faster updates. Read on for more details!
by Bogdan BeleMay 16, 20133

I/O keynote lacked rumored devices – are you disappointed?

Google did not unveil any new Nexus hardware (new Nexus 7, Nexus 4, X Phone or smartwatch) or an Android OS update (Android 4.3) at Google I/O. Are you disappointed?
by Chris SmithMay 15, 201357

We’re live from Google I/O 2013

Android Authority is attending Google I/O 2013, the most important Google event of the year. Stay tuned for the livestream, full keynote coverage, and for more good stuff over the next ...
by Bogdan PetrovanMay 15, 20135

Google I/O 2013 not about new hardware or new operating system, Sundar Pichai says

In the first interview since taking over the reigns of Android, Sundar Pichai revealed that Google I/O 2013 won't bring that much novelties when it comes to hardware and OS updates. ...
by Chris SmithMay 13, 201313

Google Now may be coming to the web, code in test page suggests

Google Now could become part of Google's web search services soon, or at least that's what some code in a Google test page seems to be suggesting.
by Bogdan BeleApril 22, 20132
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