Living with Google: Google Drive

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As many of you likely know, Google Drive is your cloud storage for all your documents on you Android, PC, or Mac. Google has created a very easy setup for this application simple download and sign in. When you are in drive you can load documents and store them in the cloud allowing you to ...

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HP serves up 21.5 inch Android-powered All-in-One

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Android hybrid tablet/laptops are so 2013 according to HP, which just announced its new Android-powered HP Slate21 Pro AiO. Unlike the AiO desktop PCs that dual-boot Windows and Android, this one strictly runs our little green friend, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Said to be designed for productivity ...

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After years of rumors Google Drive becomes reality

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One of the internet's long-held rumors dies as Google debuts their cloud-hosted storage options.

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Google Drive announcement imminent today?

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There’s usually an odd lack of fanfare whenever Google announces a new service. Sure, techie peeps like ourselves and our intrepid readers know what’s going on, but for the most part Google just likes to quietly slip new services in with their already impressive portfolio. A good ...

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Google+ Hangouts gain Docs integration, business users rejoice

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Google’s Hangouts feature on Google+ has been much lauded, bringing the first video conference integration with social networking (Facebook jumped on the bandwagon soon after, of course). The service has been used by celebrities to talk to fans, business users to collaborate, and friends ...

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Google Docs for Android adds real-time collaboration, rich text

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The Google Docs application for Android has been updated today, bringing it even more closely in line with its desktop counterpart.  Download version 1.0.54 and you’ll find yourself able to do many of the common Docs features, including bullet points and other rich text formatting. ...

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Google Docs updates tablet UI, adds offline support

Let’s face it, Google Docs never was the prettiest nor most functional app on Android and that’s quite a shame. Being an official Google app, you’d at least expect it to follow the design guidelines the very same developer stated. Another major drawback was the lack of offline ...

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Google Docs Gets Optimized for Honeycomb Tablets

An improved Google Docs application has landed in the Android Market today which offers a few tablet-friendly features. If you own a Honeycomb tablet and use Google Docs as part of your daily routine then you’ll definitely want to download this 1.0.27 release. The most significant and ...

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Google Docs App Enhanced with Web Clipboard, Other Options

The official Google Docs app for Android has been updated today, adding a few improvements including a new Web Clipboard feature. It’s now possible to take pictures with your Android phone or tablet and automatically insert them into a Google document. Additional changes include improved ...

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Editing Google Docs Now Possible On Android

Back in late September Google announced that support for editing Google Docs will be coming "In a few weeks" to the Android platform. Well today is finally that day, well actually their rolling out over the next few days. According to the video below, everything runs super smooth and it looks ...

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Google Docs Editing Support Coming to Android “In Next Few Weeks”

According to Google, we should expect to see mobile editing support within the next few weeks. This news is long overdue and bound to make a ton of you happy.

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Google Docs Viewer for Mobile

Good news is upon us for Google Docs users.  One can now go to docs.google.com from your Android (or other mobile device) browser, and view native Google Docs documents as well as  .pdf, .ppt, and .doc(x) files previously uploaded to your Docs account, in a mobile-optimized viewer. ...

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5 Nice Apps I Refuse to Use [Updated]

I tell you what, I love me some Google Reader. One of the first things I did when I got my phone was set up a shortcut to Reader’s mobile interface. It’s fairly robust, but it is in the browser, so it’s a little slow even on WiFi. On Edge, it’s unbearable. And forget about... Read More