Tag Archive: Google’s


It seems like ages ago that the original iPod touch helped boost the popularity of iOS. With seven years behind the device, Apple still believes in the product and has introduced a price cut. Watch today’s news roundup to hear… Read more ›

The entire future of the Android universe was just laid open for all to see, by Android chief Sundar Pichai as Google I/O kicked off this morning at Moscone West. Yes, there were juicy bits about the newest version of Android… Read more ›

Sooner rather than later, Google will be tracking your every move. The Mountain View search colossus already knows whether you have the flu or are interested in dropping a few pounds, thanks to its mining of your search data and… Read more ›

Google has taken its self-driving car concept a step further by integrating the technology onto its own prototype vehicle powered by electricity. The tiny two-seater is made using off-the-shelf car parts, and it does not require a steering wheel or… Read more ›

Rdio For iOS Now Supports Google’s Chromecast

If you’re a big fan of Rdio — after Spotify, the other major streaming music subscription service, which just happens to have much better iOS apps — and you also have a Google Chromecast, good news: Rdio for iOS now… Read more ›     

Google recently started requiring Android handset and tablet makers to add a very specific “Powered by Android†graphic to the boot animation when you power up an Android phone. It’s part of the revised Google Mobile Services agreement for new… Read more ›     

These Are The Specs Of Google’s iWatch Competitor

Google has settled on the specs of its first Android-powered smartwatch, and could be preparing to launch it in June… around the same time rumors suggest Apple might announce the iWatch. According to evleaks, a proven source of insider smartphone… Read more ›     

Although Google bought social mapping service Waze in June of last year, the iOS app is still getting impressive new updates. The latest? Waze for iOS has just gained Calendar integration. It might not seem useful at first glance, but… Read more ›     

  Google bought a tiny Israeli startup today called SlickLogin. The three-person, two-month-old company has an interesting technology that replaces passwords. The terms were not disclosed. The acquisition is a tiny victory for people who believe in sound as a… Read more ›