Chrome 31 packs some neat new features, under the hood improvements, and a patch to close an exploit found at yesterday’s Mobile Pwn2Own hacking contest in Tokyo
The Moto X is only available in some markets in the Americas currently, but the device may eventually make it to the rest of the world, as hinted by a Motorola marketing executive.
Facebook isn’t alone in its interest for the messaging service Snapchat. Google reportedly offered to buy the startup for $4 billion, but it was turned down.
The Android 4.4 KitKat factory images and drivers for the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 (all models) and Nexus 10 are officially available for download.
Nearly two weeks after the arrival of the Nexus 5, the black 16GB model is now listed out of stock. All other models are still available though shipping times vary by model, with the 16GB white version shipping in 4-5 weeks.
We guide you through using the ADB sideload method, in order to manually download and install the Android 4.4 KitKat update for your Nexus tablet (WiFi only models!). Read on!
Google voice search can now talk back to the user when it needs to clarify a command, so the user no longer needs to tap on the microphone button again to issue a new command.
Due to reports of overheating chargers, Google and HP have currently halted sales of the HP Chromebook 11. Keep reading for more details.
A new Google+ update has started rolling out, introducing several new features including auto refreshing “locations”, Daydream support and more. Keep reading for more details!
Today Motorola took the wraps off the Moto G, a $179 budget handset with mid-range specs. So how good of a deal is the Moto G really? Let’s take a look at just a few similarly priced devices to get a better idea.