In a blog post today, Google has announced that Quickoffice is now free to download for iOS and Android. Google also concedes that not everyone has “gone Google” yet, and the ‘.doc’ holdouts don’t make it easy for those who have.
The latest update to Google Drive, which will roll out in stages, introduces UI changes and a new create bar that makes file upload, create, and scan easier
Keep is being updated to allow for reminders to be set, as well as location tags to be attached to notes. Users will be able to set the time and date of the reminder, and snooze or reset it if needed.
Google has started encrypting the all the data written to disk via its Google Cloud Storage service, however the keys are automatically managed by Google making it irrelevant if Google was forced by law to hand of the data and keys,
People who buy the Moto X won’t just get all the big features discussed today, but also 50GB of Google Drive storage free for 2 years.
Don’t trust the government? Google might have a solution for you. The search giant is reportedly experimenting with server-side file encryption for Drive.
What are the first few apps that you should install on your new Android device? Well, we’ve put together a list of some really good must-have’s. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
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!
Google Drive, Gmail and Google+ photos will start offering combined storage to users, in order to make their storage quotas easier to manage. Read on to find out what the changes are.
This time, Microsoft takes dead aim at Docs. Rather than tout the benefits of actually using Office versus Docs, Microsoft has instead enlisted D-List celebrities to convince us that Docs is a “gamble”. Is it a gamble?