After Apple gets targeted by FTC over its in-app purchases, its top lawyer tips FTC about Google’s in-app purchase mechanism. Is Apple playing dirty?
Google announced a relatively simple workaround that should let devs publish paid apps, until a proper solution comes along.
We gotta give it to the guys at iFixit, who will tear down any device they can get in their hands. This time it’s the Android Wear team’s turn to show their internals!
The wait has ended – Google Drive 2.0 is finally reaching desktop users, bringing users a plethora of advantages and features. Come in to see what’s new!
Is there enough of an incentive for developers to start implementing Google’s Material Design guidelines in their apps? Can OEMs be persuaded to drop custom overlays? Could Material Design be the long awaited answer to Android fragmentation?
Google Now lets you change the name of a location card. Previously, you could only change the name of the two default locations, Home and Work.
NASA’s plans to send robots powered by Google’s Project Tango 3D smartphones to the International Space Station remains on track, with the launch scheduled for July 11th.
Google has released their most recent Android Distribution numbers, KitKat sees a healthy jump, Jellybean and others are down. Did Android L make the cut?
If Android Wear is to take off, these devices need to be available from more than the Play Store. This is why LG is announcing its device’s global release.
Google let some light shine on its plans for its budding retail service Express Shopping. A company executive revealed that Google set aside half a billion to expand the service across the US, and that a yearly subscription plan similar to Amazon Prime is in the works.