Recent leaks suggest the the upcoming Google Pixel smartphone will come with a display notch.
According to Google, Android Oreo is now in 5.7% of devices. Majority are still rocking Nougat and Marshmallow.
According to Google’s report on the smartphone OS’ market share, Nougat is now the most popular Android out there.
Google recently unveiled the Pixel 2 and the Pixel XL. The smartphones feature Snapdragon 835 processors, 4GB of RAM and AMOLED displays.
In case you missed it (because for some reason I did), Google officially announced that Android O 8.0 will henceforth be known as Android Oreo.
Amidst a very detailed leak ahead of the actual announcement, Google finally unveiled its new “phone by Google.” The new Pixel smartphones represent the…
I have just received notification that Google Duo, the search company’s new one-to-one video calling app, is now available in Google Play Philippines.
Google releases Gboard, a new app for the iPhone that lets users search and send information, GIFs, emojis and more, from their keyboard.
Here’s a sliver of good news for Samsung owners! According to a report by Sammobile, Google is rumored to step in and help the Korean tech giant optimize TouchWiz.
Google officially announces two new Nexus devices, the LG Nexus 5X and the Huawei Nexus 6P. One of the worst kept secrets in tech (because of all the leaks), the new devices feature a better 12.3 MP camera, a fingerprint sensor, a USB Type-C port, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Marshmallow. Yes, that is the official name of the next iteration of Android. As with other Android versions, Google celebrated the name by erecting a lawn statue of what the M in Android M stands for in their HQ.
With all the attention the ZenFone 2 has been getting, I almost missed the announcement of Android M in last week’s Google IO. The latest version of Android focuses on improving the core user experience of Android, fixing thousands of bugs, to making some big changes to the fundamentals of the platform.