- News tagged "google"
Friday, 19 Jun 2015
With over a billion Muslims fasting from food and drink during the day for the holy month of Ramadan, Google has decided to offer some help in the form of a website, My Ramadan Companion.
Monday, 15 Jun 2015
A Google senior executive revealed to Economic Times that the company remains "pretty committed" to the Android One program despite a lackluster start in India.
Tuesday, 9 Jun 2015
In its next release, the Google Chrome desktop browser will allow you to stop non-essential Flash content on web pages. Read on to uncover details about this nifty feature.
Sunday, 31 May 2015
A Reddit user who was toying around with the Developer Preview of Android M stumbled upon a multi-window feature. This raises the possibility that Google may introduce a multi-window feature in Android M later this year.
Friday, 29 May 2015
Google announced its first OS designed specifically for the Internet of Things at Google I/O 2015 today. Brillo is based on a stripped down version of Android that can run on minimal system requirements, perfect for devices like smart light bulbs, doorknobs and thermostats.
Google launched a new standalone Photos app today at Google I/O 2015. It aims to improve how you store and organize your huge photo collection. Best of all, it comes with unlimited storage for all your high-res photos and videos. Yes, unlimited.
Google has unveiled Android M, the next version of Android OS, at Google I/O 2015. After the bold redesign that was Android Lollipop, M is focused on "polish and quality" with Google Senior VP Sundar Pichai saying, "we've literally solved thousands of bugs." Full details inside.
Sunday, 24 May 2015
The next version of Google's Android operating system may be called Macadamia Nut Cookie (MNC) as this term is being referenced in the AOSP.
Friday, 22 May 2015
Google may unveil Brillo during its upcoming annual I/O conference. The OS is designed to run on Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Monday, 18 May 2015
While Google may have shelved their Google Glass devices earlier this year, nobody really believed that it would be the end of the product. It seems like that might be true after all, though maybe not in the way you might expect.