Alternate reality game Ingress opens up to the public tomorrow, and sometime in the future it may open to other developers who want to make their own games using the platform. Read on for more!
In this edition of the Friday Debate, we talk about presents. Everybody loves them, but often, the best gifts are those that we give to ourselves. So, what’s on your Christmas wishlist this year? What do you want to see under the tree? What would you give to an Android enthusiast? If money was no object, how would you treat yourself this year?
Commits found in the Chromium open source project, the precursor of Chrome and Chrome OS, suggest that Google may be bringing Chromecast support to the Android version of the browser in the close future.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is criticizing Google for removing the hidden privacy feature App Ops from Android 4.4.2. Read on for more details.
Black Friday may be long gone, but that doesn’t mean deals are over for the year – right now, Office Depot has a great offer on the Nexus 7 (2013), which goes for $50 off until December 21.
The latest version of Chrome Beta will feel much faster when you browse mobile-optimized websites thanks to the removal of an unnecessary delay between taps and responses.
It’s a small change, but for fans of the neon blue that characterized Android from Ice Cream Sandwich through Jelly Bean, it’s a welcome one.
The LG-made Nexus 5 received a few subtle, but important changes in the design department. Newly manufactured units come with larger speaker grills and a stiffer power button and volume rocker.
Google Maps Navigation is now making its way to 25 new countries spread across several different continents. Keep reading for more details!
Google has been slowly adding more supported apps to the Chromecast and we’ve gone hands on to take a look at these new Chromecast-supported apps, as well as a few new wallpapers added in the recent Chromecast update.