Google’s list of acquisitions extends to lengthy measures intervals, but their latest purchase happens to be a very interesting and exciting one.
The newest Gmail feature is simple, yet amazingly effective – an unsubscribe link has been added right next to the email sender information.
This Google IO 2014 app serves as a reference for the Material Design, and now Google is showing us how it all came to be.
As Smart TVs and digital set top boxes evolve, we wonder what the future of Smart TV looks like and if our phones and tablets should play a center roll in this future.
Google has added TLS/SSL support to their chrome.sockets API, this means fully secured HTTPS connections from your Android device to the Chrome extensions on your desktop.
85% of all shipped smartphones during Q2 2014 featured Google’s Android operating system. This is great news for Android fans, but not everyone is happy.
Instead of letting the Google I/O 2014 app go forgotten into the archives, Google has upgraded it with Material Design and Android L, and is giving it to developers as sample code for their own apps.
If you have confirmation of your hotel booking in your Gmail, Google Search will now help you discover stuff in the area. Open Google Now and try out “directions to my hotel” or “restaurants near my hotel.”
Folks, the week of July 27 brought us a sneak peek at hot devices coming later this year, from the Note 4 and the Xperia Z3, to the Moto X+1 and the Galaxy Alpha. Next up, Xiaomi launched its latest beauty, Google issued updates to many of its apps, and Nvidia introduced the ultimate gamers’ tablet. We finished with a bang, with a possible first report of a Nexus device made by Motorola.
At AA HQ, we’ve rolled out a few changes to the design of the website, and work continues behind the scenes for more good stuff coming by the end of the summer. Let’s take a look back!
As part of Project Baseline, Google will use its massive computing power to analyze medical information collected from thousands of healthy individuals, in an effort to find early signs of diseases such as cancer and heart problems.