Facebook has recently announced that the Android version of their Messenger app has been downloaded over 1 billion times. Facebook’s VP of Messaging Products commemorated this landmark in a Facebook
Android Pay has been a popular topic of conversation in the days following its unveiling at Google I/O 2015. Designed to provide a seamless transaction option over credit cards and payments, it
After the Nexus Player saw a price cut directly from Google, the Android TV streaming device is now victim to another price cut, but this time from Amazon.
Users of Google Chrome on Android have stumbled across a new feature which allows them to start a new search without leaving the current page. Touch to Search, as it
Ever since Google introduced Street View, they have been trying to cover as much land as possible. Adding to their ever growing collection, Street View now has a wide number of
Google is releasing a dedicated Street View application later this summer to replace the Views community and allow users to view all kinds of photospheres.
Samsung has announced that they will be delaying the launch of their mobile payment service until September. This will surely make a dent in Samsung’s plans to catch up to
I am from a family of foodies, and I also have many foodie friends. We just love food and we love to take pictures of food to share with those
Starting today it will be much easier to know how long until the 6 Train arrives at 68th Street – Hunter College. Google has added at-a-glance view of details for real-time
While Google’s ATAP team is working on Project Abacus, which aims to bring more security with less hassle, Google has introduced a new feature to their privacy and security settings.
Here’s a bit of a refresher of some of the things that were announced at Google’s yearly developer conference, Google I/O 2015.
Google’s ATAP team is aiming to get rid of the password as we know it. Project Abacus will allow access to all of our info, as long as the data says it’s us
Google Calendar is shutting down their SMS notifications service later this month. We have the details on how to get a jump start before it’s all gone.
According to AndroidCentral, age-based ratings for apps now appear in the Play Store under the apps’ ratings. This follows Google’s efforts to bring ratings to games earlier in March. In that
Google announced a new app called hands Free that will allow you to make in-store payments with just your voice. Never reach for your wallet, smartwatch, or phone again with Hands