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50 must play Android games

June 10, 2016 by in category android, games, google, Google Play, google play game, google play service

We all love playing games in our spare time. And modern day smartphones are powerful enough to double up as really good portable gaming devices. But deciding on the best and most interesting games to play can be a little tricky. To help you out, we’ve curated a listing of the best 50 free Android [...]

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Firebase expands to become a unified app platform

May 19, 2016 by in category android, Firebase, google, Google I/O, Test Lab tagged as , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Eighteen months ago, Firebase joined Google. Since then, our backend-as-a-service (BaaS) that handles the heavy lifting of building an app has grown from a passionate community of 110,000 developers to over 450,000. Our current features -- Realtime Database, User Authentication, and Hosting -- make app development easier, but there’s more we can do, so today, [...]

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What’s new in Android: the N-Release, Virtual Reality, Android Studio 2.2 and more

May 19, 2016 by in category android, Android N, Android Studio, google, Virtual Reality tagged as , , , , ,

In the past year, Android users around the globe have installed apps–built by developers like you–over 65 billion times on Google Play. To help developers continue to build amazing experiences on top of Android, today at Google I/O, we announced a number of new things we’re doing with the platform, including the next Developer Preview [...]

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Saying 👋 to Allo and Duo: new apps for smart messaging and video calling

May 19, 2016 by in category Allo and Duo, android, google, Google I/O tagged as ,

Whether it’s welcoming a new baby, celebrating the winning shot in overtime, or discovering the best taco stand ever—we all want to share these moments with friends and family the instant they happen. Most of the time, this means picking up our phones and sending a message or starting a call. Today we’re sharing a [...]

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I/O: Building the next evolution of Google

May 19, 2016 by in category Allo and Duo, android, Android N, DayDream, Firebase, google, Google I/O, Instant Apps tagged as , , , , ,

This morning in our Mountain View, CA backyard, we kicked off Google I/O, our annual developer conference. Much has changed since our first developer event 10 years ago, and even more since Google started 17 years ago. Back then, there were 300 million people online, connecting through desktop machines; today that number is over 3 [...]

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Love It Or Hate it, Instagram’s New Logo Is So Internet Right Now

May 13, 2016 by in category android, google, Instagram, Iphone

Instagram revealed a new, updated design for themselves yesterday and naturally, many good people of the Internet lost it. (The New York Times NYT -0.73% called the resulting online explosion of strong opinions, jokes, GIFs and virtual hand-wringing a “freakout.”) Gone was the leather-clad vintage camera icon Instagram had been rocking since launch five years [...]

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Google’s Android keyboard hits version 5.0 now has fine cursor control

May 3, 2016 by in category android, android 5.0, google tagged as , ,

The Google Keyboard for Android got a major update today. Version 5.0 brings a ton of user-requested features and customization options. My favorite new addition is the fine cursor control. Just drag your finger along the spacebar to move the cursor between letters. There's a similar "delete word" gesture that works by dragging a finger [...]

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iPhone 7 Plus release date rumours, new features, patents | iPhone 7 Plus might use fan-out technology | iPhone 7 Plus may feature Smart Connector

April 19, 2016 by in category google, Iphone tagged as ,

Looking for iPhone 7 Plus rumours? Here's what to expect from Apple's big-screen iPhone 7 Plus in 2016, including iPhone 7 Plus release date rumours, specs, new features, design changes and all the leaked photos and concept videos we've managed to unearth. Plus: rumours say Apple is working on Lightning EarPods and new wireless AirPods, [...]

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Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs May Break Ground on the City of the Future

April 19, 2016 by in category Alphabet, google tagged as

What will the city of the future look like? The Information reports Alphabet's Sidewalk labs plans to find out. The company will soon present plans to Alphabet CEO Larry Page for building a techno-utopia from the ground up. The city would be used as a testing ground for all of Alphabet's future tech before rolling [...]

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How to Turn Off Hey Siri on the iPhone and iPad

April 19, 2016 by in category google, Iphone, Mobile, Mobile Technology tagged as , , , , , , ,

“Hey Siri” is a feature in iOS which lets you activate and query Siri, Apple’s personal digital assistant service, by voice alone and without the need to touch your device. In the latest versions of iOS, all iPhone and iPad owners can use Hey Siri when their devices are plugged in to a power connection, [...]

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