Google is stepping up their Vulnerability Rewards Program to include their own apps, and will pay researchers and hackers to look over the Google Play Store for bugs.
In a post earlier today, Google ATAP revealed that Project Tango is moving from the ATAP team to a new home within the company.
Welcome to our redesigned Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about some bad decisions by EA, Microsoft Office for tablets, and more Android apps news!
Google’s Android TV link, the Nexus Player, will see release in its second market come next month according to Google’s Asia Pacific Blog.
Google has just posted their latest earnings for Q4 and full year 2014. Google raked in $66 billion for the full year, which is up 19% from the year 2013.
If you still have yet to score an Inbox invite, Google is giving them out until tomorrow morning. All you need to do is simply send an invite request to email@example.com with your current Gmail address.
The month is coming to a close and we’re back to show you the best new Android apps and games released in January 2015!
There’s plenty of talk coming out of Cyanogen about taking Android from Google, but what is the company actually proposing? Can it possibly hope to make it without Google?
Although Google is sending out invitations in those four cities, Google also letting other cities know that they are not done expanding.
Certain law enforcement officers want Google to take out police tracking features from Waze, which if in the wrong hands, could be used to ‘stalk’ police officers.