Google voice search gets better with each update, as it slowly evolves into a truly smart assistant. One YouTuber showcases the latest improvements on video.
Google is finally taking orders for the 32GB Nexus 7 (2013) LTE model, which it has quietly listed as “in stock” on the Google Play Store. Read on for more details!
A flatter-looking Google logo has been spotted in the latest version of the Android Chrome Beta. Is this a new logo? According to Google, no, it’s not. Keep reading to learn more!
Moto X units sold by Sprint, U.S. Cellular, Rogers and Latin American carriers can have their bootloaders unlocked on Moto’s website.
A KitKat contest has been kicked off in the U.S., having as prizes Nexus 7 (2013) tablets and Google Play credit worth almost $1 million.
While Chrome OS — and more pointedly, Chromebooks — enjoy a robust and thriving community, the Nexus program has had no such recourse until this week, when Google introduced the Nexus forums.
In a short tweet, Nokia takes a hit at Samsung by using Nestle’s KitKat famous tagline, advising handset buyers to take a break from Samsung.
Curious to hear the story about Google’s Android 4.4 KitKat? Read on for more details!
In the video, Kit Kat tells us just how great something — which is pretty much unchanged — is now totally redesigned, and somehow better than ever. Sound familiar?
This week debuted with controversy around the Chromecast, continued with a bevy of pre-IFA leaks and teasers, and some great Nexus news. But the event that got everyone talking was Hugo Barra’s surprise move to Xiaomi.