Nest, the connected home company that Google bought for $3.2 billion, is said to become the company’s core hardware unit following the sale of Motorola to Lenovo.
Today Google dropped a pretty big bombshell by announcing the sale of Motorola to Lenovo. We have to wonder, what exactly is the motivation behind this deal?
With Google Glass now supporting prescription lenses, it only stands to reason that insurance companies will have to be involved in the process for some users, and so far one company is stepping up.
Lenovo bought Motorola from Google for $2.9 billion, but Google gets to keep all the crazy future projects the team was working on, including the modular phone Project Ara. Read on for more!
Google has reportedly agreed to sell Motorola Mobility to Chinese giant Lenovo. Google will receive $3 billion for the phone maker, in a deal that also involves some patents.
Samsung has reportedly agreed to scale back its Android customizations and to give Google’s media offerings a central place on its devices, as part of “broad agreements” between the two giants.
Google’s Android Device Manager has received a new update that allows you to require a password in order to launch the app or switch accounts.
Google is now bringing Chrome apps to the mobile world. The toolkit that makes it all possible is currently in beta, though fully usable for developers.
Google has now announced its “Build with Chrome” experiment, allowing anyone to build awesome LEGO creations directly from the Chrome browser.
Twitter has now introduced a new update for its official Android client, bringing basic photo editing options and several other changes with it.