Don’t have an Android device? Don’t worry. Google has ways of keeping you in the family. Just check out the latest update to Google Hangouts.
Circa’s second generation mobile breaking news feed offers customizable content but could raise questions about the privacy of users.
With an update to its cloud storage mobile app Drive, Google takes Android users one step closer to a paperless future.
Google launched All Access music streaming service today, first leaked yesterday, that seeks to bring customized radio stations, on-demand streaming and the user’s stored music library into the same interface.
Seeking to capitalize on its recent ouster of Apple as the biggest distributor of apps, Google executives today unrolled a series of products designed to make Android simpler and more lucrative for app developers.
Over the last few days, Facebook has sent several modifications to its Home “uber-app” directly to users’ phones, rather than through the Google Play store; but with a few clicks of the keyboard, Google has said no more.
Facebook has agreed to acquire Parse, a two-year-old company that provides back-end support for cross-platform apps, the companies said today.
Over the past year, the share of teens who say Facebook is the most important social media site for them has fallen nearly 10 percent, according to a study of teen consumer habits by the investment banking firm Piper Jaffray.
WeVideo launched a video-editing app for Android today, promising “an iMovie-like” editing experience for the mobile platform.
The European Union is considering a new antitrust complaint against Google’s Android mobile operating system, the EU competition commissioner, Joaquín Almunia said, according to a New York Times report.