A teardown of the new YouTube app for Android reveals a KitKat feature is coming to the app for older versions of Android, and that Google is all too aware of app teardowns. Read on for more!
Are you worried that Google is using your data in potentially nefarious ways? Or is it privacy a concept we all need to leave behind, a relic of a slower, less connected world? Even if you don’t give your data to Google, what options do you have if you want to live a modern digital lifestyle?
Google’s “Chromoting” remote desktop app has shown up alive and well on a Chromium bug report, but we’re still no closer to knowing when it will be finished.
Google is developing an API that will let app developers use data collected by fitness sensors in Android devices. apps could utilize the API to generate reports and graphs or to suggest changes to your workout routine without having to access hardware sensors directly.
Google’s latest moonshot is a smart contact lens that diabetics can use to monitor their blood sugar levels.
Google’s Niantic Labs will work with HarperCollins to create an augmented reality game based on the upcoming young adult trilogy Endgame by controversial author James Frey. Read on for more!
If you run Chrome Canary, you can enable Google Now for your browser right now by setting a few flags in the settings page. Google Now for Chrome will show weather, sports scores, commute traffic, event reminders cards, and more.
It’s a small change, but users that struggle to keep their inboxes under control will appreciate it. Gmail now lets you star contacts as favorites and sync them between the web and Android.
The latest stable release of Chrome for Windows 8 introduces a redesigned ‘modern/metro mode’ that effectively brings Chrome OS to Windows 8’s Start Screen UI.
Nexus devices aren’t exactly expensive, but with the new Moto G Google Play edition getting on the stock Android bandwagon becomes cheaper than ever.