Taking to Google+, Vic Gundotra has now announced that a special Google+ ‘update’ event will take place tomorrow morning. Keep reading for more details!
Google is now testing out a new service in called Wi-Fi Passport, which allows for city-wide Wi-Fi access at an affordable price. Currently the service is only available in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Is Google’s increasing control over Android ultimately good for consumers? Is the move from open source to proprietary worrying you? How should other companies react? Join us in the discussion, vote in our poll, and sound off in the comments!
A device described as LGE LTE Mobile Phone (LG-E960) showed up in the Bluetooth SIG database, prompting speculation that a Nexus 4 LTE is coming. However, the truth is likely less exciting.
A new report says the Nexus 5 will launch on October 31 from the Google Play Store, with November 7-8 being the release date for several Canadian carriers.
Although expected to announce some new products at a New York City event, Google did not introduce anything new, with the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat still unofficial.
According to a new report, Youtube is apparently preparing to launch its own music subscription service that will also focus on music videos.
The next version of Android may be more suitable for running on large screen devices. Industry sources have told a Korean publication that Google has worked to improve the user experience of Android on TVs, the interface between smart TVs and mobile devices, as well as the “app development environment for TV.”
The CyanogenMod team announced the release of nightly builds for two popular devices, the LG G2 and the Nexus 7 LTE. CM 10.2 is based on Android 4.3, and brings a slew of improvements and bug fixes over the previous version, including Bluetooth LE support and OpenGL ES 3.0 support.
We took a quick look at the new iPads vs the best Android tablets, and now we’d like to know your opinion. Are the new iPads tempting you in any way? Why/why not?