Google has purchased the startup Divide, a security company that has its own Knox-like sofware. Could Google be planning to integrate some of these features into Android?
Google is reportedly preparing to buy Twitch.tv, the video game streaming platform, for one billion dollars. Google’s YouTube unit and the fast growing streaming service have reached an agreement that could be announced imminently.
This week in your world of Android: Motorola introduced the amazingly cheap Moto E, the hotly anticipated G3 broke cover, LG teased more G Pads, Samsung put a launch date on the Tab S, HTC revealed the beautiful One Mini 2, and we learned the possible launch date of the Android Silver program.
The Antitrust and Competition Authority in Italy has launched an investigation into the increasingly common “freemium” app model. It is reported that Google could be fined as much as €5 million if found to have misled customers.
Popular Twitter personality @evleaks is gracing us again with a huge leak. Tonight is all about Android Silver, as it seems there will be no Nexus 6.
In a joint statement this afternoon, Motorola Mobility, which is still owned by Google, and Apple have asked the federal appeals court in Washington to dismiss open patent lawsuits against each other. This puts an end to disputes that go back as far as 2010, but does not include any cross licensing deals.
Google has now confirmed its purchase of Quest Visual, the company behind the Word Lens visual translator app. As a result of the purchase, all language packs are currently free.
Today we have the 32GB version of the Nexus 7 (2013) tablet going for just $169 on eBay, a massive 43% off over the $299 list price. Mind you, this is a “manufacturer refurbished” model, meaning you get Asus’ workmanship quality guarantee, as well as a 90 days full product warranty.
Bills, bills, bills. They consume our month’s cash, especially when we forget to pay them and we get those late fees! Google won’t let that happen again!
PayPal support may be the new Play Store’s most acclaimed feature, but there is more to love about the new version. Let’s take a look at all the changes.