Google’s WebView app, which allows developers to render webpages without having to open an external browser, is now in the Play Store for all devices running Lollipop.
Google has opened its first-ever branded shop in partnership with UK retailer Currys PC World on London’s Tottenham Court Road.
Google has brought back the LED light when devices running 5.1 Lollipop are set to “no interruptions” mode. This is a feature Google removed in the 5.0 update, when it debuted the new volume and interruptions sliders.
Google may have just accidentally leaked a new app to view information about events in your area, introducing the, yet unusable, Interactive Events app by Google.
Just hours after the official announcement, Google has begun to distribute factory images of Android 5.1 for those who wish to manually update their Nexuses.
In this week’s Android Apps Weekly, we talk about a few big game releases, Tinder Plus hating old people, Google Play’s birthday, and some MWC2015 madness!
Google has just introduced a new tool to help you save some money the next time you buy auto insurance. It’s called Google Compare for car insurance, and will display both national and local insurance providers in order to get you the best deal.
According to a new report, Google’s wireless service will launch in the coming weeks and will be restricted to the Nexus 6 only.
Google’s Knowledge Graph is already very useful and has cards on a number of topics, but now it is learning one more trick: how to make your favorite cocktails.
A federal judge has tentatively approved a $415 million settlement in the employee no-poaching scandal engulfing Silicon Valley’s biggest tech companies.