Recently a report has surfaced claiming that Google is preparing a new initiative called Android Silver, which is designed to take the Nexus line’s place. Is this a good move for Google?
A class-action anti-trust lawsuit alleges that Google rose to the top of search because it forced its own products on Android manufacturers. The lawsuit seeks damages for individuals who have purchased artificially high priced devices due to Google’s alleged price-fixing, anti-competitive restrictions.
Following an update to Search and the release of new Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps in the Play Store, Google is now pushing out a small update to Play Music.
Great news for anyone waiting for an official retail release of Google Glass, it shouldn’t cost you $1500. According to a recent teardown, TechInsights says the value of physical parts to build Google Glass is a mere $79.78.
Today Google Search is rolling out a new update that introduces several new features, including a Parking Location card that is designed to keep tabs on where you parked.
The new Docs and Sheets are now available in the Play Store (as well as on the App Store for iOS users), while Slides is said to be coming soon.
What are the potential strengths and the weaknesses of Google’s Android Wear program? We take a look at what it really needs to succeed – some killer apps and some fashion sense.
A curious ‘error’ on the Google Play website’s devices page seems to hint that the Galaxy S5 GP Edition may soon be on its way.
Despite Android’s success in recent years, Apple still holds a few advantages over Google’s platform. What can Google do to dissolve these remaining advantages? Join us as we take a look.
Facebook has set a new company record for lobbying expenditures in the first quarter of 2014, drawing closer to industry leader Google in efforts to influence federal lawmakers on a variety of issues. During the first three months of 2014, Facebook spent a personal best of $2.78 million to pay lobbyists to talk to lawmakers about issues such as privacy, security, online tracking, online advertising, patent litigation reform and immigration reform, a congressional lobbying report filed April 21 shows.