- News tagged "google"
Wednesday, 19 Mar 2014
Google officially announced that Android is coming to wearables through Android Wear. Starting with smartwatches, Google is working with ASUS, HTC, LG, Motorola and Samsung to introduce more smartwatches powered by Android Wear later this year.
Friday, 14 Mar 2014
Google has massively slashed prices of its Google Drive monthly storage plans, with prices beginning from just US$1.99 for 100GB of monthly online cloud storage.
Tipster @evleaks has posted specs of Google's upcoming smartwatch, which is alleged to be built by LG. The wearable device is also rumored to be announced at Google I/O in June.
Monday, 10 Mar 2014
According to a Digitimes report, Google has pressured ASUS to delay the launch of its Android/Windows-capable Transformer Book Duet hybrid notebook.
Friday, 7 Feb 2014
Dell has further partnered with Google to develop the Dell Chromebox for meetings, an integrated solution designed to help geographically dispersed teams conduct meetings from a large variety of devices, from nearly anywhere, and collaborate 'face-to-face' in a virtual environment.
Thursday, 30 Jan 2014
Google just announced that it is selling Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for US$2.91 billion. While Lenovo will acquire the portfolio of mobile phones, Google still retains the vast majority of Motorola's patents.
Tuesday, 28 Jan 2014
Samsung has entered into two patent cross-licensing agreements with Google and Ericsson respectively. Each agreement will reportedly allow involved parties to gain access to each other's patent portfolios, with less risk of patent infringements.
Monday, 27 Jan 2014
According to reports and rumors, Google is in the midst of acquiring artificial intelligence firm DeepMind for US$400 million.
Thursday, 23 Jan 2014
By exploiting bugs in Google Chrome, sites can activate your microphone and listen in on your conversations, turning the web browser into an espionage tool.
Tuesday, 21 Jan 2014
Google recently removed certain extensions from the Google Chrome Web Store for delivering malware and adware to their users. The extensions started out as regular extensions, but took a more sinister turn when they were bought by malware companies.