Word on the street has it that Google is preparing to announce a new Chromebook next month during its now-confirmed October 4 event. While exciting for a number of reasons, one of the most obvious is Google’s own Chromebooks normally come sporting a best in class build quality, user experience, and design. Although, they do […]
Google Play is now the largest platform for applications according to Google Play’s Asia Pacific Director James Sanders, who says that more people are using Google Play for apps, also noting that Google Play’s app download frequency increased to a total of 82 billion last year. That’s a big number, to be sure, and it […]
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The ability to trade-in devices to receive credit against the purchase of a new device has now become available through the Google Store. As a result, those looking to part-exchange against the cost of a Pixel or a Pixel XL, can new do so. This is an extension of what was originally announced as a […]
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Google+ comments have flashed between one comment and the next since 2012, but a new, simpler look is rolling out now, according to a report from 9to5Google. The new comment box sits below a post, and displays three comments, with nothing but a user’s name attached to them. Whereas the old comment section could be […]
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Android device deployment in IT can be time-consuming, even if a one-click solution is set up for going from the box to a user’s hand, so Google has announced that it is teaming up with carriers to create a zero-touch enrollment solution that will bring newly bought devices to your company’s doors ready to roll. […]
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So Google has purchased HTC. Well not really but that is what many had been expecting to happen with speculation on the topic running riot just a matter of days, even hours, ago. Instead, the announcement that did come through seemed tame by comparison. One which did not have the venom many had been expecting, […]
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Google is rolling out an update to the G Suite version of Google+, giving administrators the option to set controls on what content can be viewed and interacted with by users on a given company’s internal Google+ network. The controls come in the form of three different settings, which administrators can access through the Advanced […]
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Google and HTC have entered into a “definitive agreement.” Rumors had been circulating that Google was in the process of preparing to acquire HTC’s mobile business and athough that is not quite what has been announced today, what has been confirmed is not too far from that. Google and HTC have both confirmed by way […]
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The US version of the Moto X4 will be one of the first devices to receive its update to Android P. While Android P is still sometime away (considering Android 8.0 Oreo has only just launched), Google today confirmed the Moto X4 will be one of the first phones in line to receive the update […]
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Google’s AI chief John Giannandrea showed up at the recent TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco, and when reporters asked him what he thought of a possible “AI apocalypse,” he said that such a thing will not happen, writing it off as “hype.” While the field of AI is undeniably advancing at a rapid pace, […]
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