Microsoft released some free apps, Google releases a virtual tidal wave of Material Design updates, new games are great, and more awesome apps news!
More financial results are in, and Samsung has clung to the #2 spot in an increasingly saturated tablet market thanks to its menagerie of Tabs and Notes.
Andy Rubin, the Android head and current Google robotics leader, is leaving Google with plans to start an “incubator for startups interested in building technology-hard products”.
Bloatware may be easier to control in Android’s newest OS, Lollipop.
Google and Lenovo announced today that the $2.9 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility has been completed. Starting today, Motorola, the pioneer of mobile phones and one of the most iconic brands in consumer electronics, is a fully owned subsidiary of Lenovo.
Remember Google Stars, the cloud-based bookmark manager replacement that leaked in “dogfood” form back in May? It looks like it’s finally ready for the spotlight, albeit under a different and less inspiring name – Bookmark Manager.
Microsoft accidentally leaked its upcoming Android compatible fitness band wearable. While not incredibly remarkable, cross platform support is great!
Google is rolling out a Material Design overhaul to their suite of office apps. Google Drive, along with Docs, Sheets and Slides all will see updates rolling out soon.
Google has announced it is bringing an easy way for app developers to add ”Ok Google’ search integration.
The Nexus 6 is now available for pre-order in the Play Store, starting from $649 and shipping from November 21.