Happy 10th birthday Gmail. It’s certainly been an awesome ten years, and we can’t imagine what the web would look like without you!
Dixons Retail has revealed that it sold a Chromecast every 4.5 seconds on its UK launch day, making it one of the most successful product launches ever.
While Google’s Pokémon Challenge slipped out a day before April Fools’ Day, the Chrome team’s gag will only work on April 1, and will let you translate websites into the most important of languages: emoji. Read on for more!
In what’s probably the coolest ‘prank’ ever, Google invites us to take on the Pokemon Challenge and do whatever it takes to catch them all!
Vudu, Rdio and Crackle are the latest apps to officially add Chromecast support, bringing even more great services to Google’s popular media streamer.
This week in your world of Android: the HTC One (M8) finally launched, rumors of business features coming to Android surfaced, Google Now hit Chrome, Office for Android went free, Facebook bought VR startup Oculus, and news broke that Google mandates OEMs to use “Powered by Android” on boot screens.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s Android Weekly.
Google is pushing out an update to the Play Store Developer Policies in an effort to protect users and help shape the user experience. The update contains some new policies and some updated wording that addresses annoying trends we have seen in apps and helps maintain a positive, and family friendly, experience for users of the Play Store.
Ever wonder how Google handles a request for user information via an U.S. search warrant? In a new video, Google illustrates the entire process.
Microsoft just made Office Mobile for Android free for home use. The app itself, available on Android since July of 2013, was always free, but it previously required a subscription to Microsoft’s Office 365 suite of cloud-based productivity tools.
Once the Sling Player gains Chromecast support, users will be able to watch their cable or satellite channels on any TV equipped with an HDMI port, even if it’s on the other side of the country.