Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about the release of Tomb Raider, a Facebook app called Riff, and more Android apps and games news!
Google has released a new report outlining what exactly the Android security team has been up to in 2014. The full report is a bit lengthy, but we’ll walk you through some key points.
The European Commission is reportedly gearing to launch antitrust charges against Google over alleged anti-competitive practices.
If you don’t have the time or patience to sift through all the fake news today, we’re doing the hard work for you. Here’s what transpired so far.
Alongside the announcement of its Chrome OS-powered Chromebit, Google has announced four new Chromebooks aimed at folks who are on a budget.
Google has just announced an easy way to bring Chrome OS to your television. It’s called the Chromebit, and it’s basically a Chromebook packed into an HDMI dongle that will be offered for an affordable price.
If you’re running the Chrome OS beta channel on your Chromebook, and new change is making its way to your device. The new feature is called Chrome Launcher 2.0, and it brings a new Google Now-centric interface and some performance improvements.
Google has just released a new Chrome extension that allows desktop users to take advantage of the company’s data saving features.
Join us as we talk about the latest Android apps and games news, including a new Final Fantasy game, YouTube Live, and new Telltale Games stuff!
The Google Maps team announced the rollout of a new feature to the Android app: the ability to use maps created with My Maps.