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Everything new in Android O: features and changes

by Kris Carlon 3 days ago8 comments

The not-so-secret weapon in Samsung flagships

by John Velasco 2 days ago50 comments

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 review

by John Velasco 3 days ago30 comments

Super Mario Run is now live on Google Play

by David Imel 3 days ago36 comments
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Update: Rumored “budget Pixel” may not be a Pixel at all

Google’s Senior Vice President of hardware, Rick Osterloh, confirmed the sequel in an interview at MWC 2017.
by Scott Adam Gordon3 weeks ago98

Google announces new HP Chromebook in blog post about Swedish schools

The HP Chromebook x360 11 G1 Education Edition is a rugged, 360-degree convertible arriving in mid-April.
by Scott Adam Gordon3 weeks ago5

Gboard beta update adds Google Translate integration, improved theme selector, and more

Google has recently released the first beta version (6.1) of the popular Gboard keyboard, which offers some interesting new features.
by Mitja Rutnik3 weeks ago9

Update: Google’s Chromebooks “will live on” after all

Google’s hardware lead Rick Osterloh now says the company's plans to launch new Chromebooks are not "dead" as previously reported.
by John Callaham3 weeks ago24

Google Allo getting animated emojis, a Google Assistant shortcut and more

The new improvements should make conversations more engaging and the app itself a little easier to use.
by Scott Adam Gordon3 weeks ago8

Gmail users can now receive 50 MB email attachments

Outgoing emails, however, are still restricted to a 25 MB limit.
by Scott Adam Gordon3 weeks ago16

Android Pay now supports 31 additional US banks

Google has announced that Android Pay now works with 31 additional US banks, which bring the total number of supported banks to over 600.
by Mitja Rutnik3 weeks ago4

Google I/O 2017 registration is now open (Update: confirmation emails going out now!)

The attendance process for Google I/O 2017 has begun as Google begins accepting applications. You have until February 27th at 5 PM PST to get yours in.
by Edgar Cervantes4 weeks ago

Google reveals updated plans for its new public campus

Google has announced the newest plans for its updated campus, which features a giant environment regulating canopy open to the public.
by David Imel4 weeks ago9

Google announced it shipped over 10 million Cardboard viewers and more

Google said it shipped over 10 million Cardboard viewers since its launch in 2014. Cardboard apps have been downloaded 160 million times on Google Play.
by Mitja Rutnik4 weeks ago1
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