From time to time Google makes a variety of changes to its design of its websites. It’s usually nothing huge or drastic, but rather subtle changes meant to help improve the ease of use of its services. Recently it seems that Google has been testing out a new design for its image search results on mobile devices.
As you can see in the screenshots above, the image to the left is the original design where Google would place the image you selected against a black background. However as you can see in the image to the right, Google has changed the background color to a brighter color making it easier on the eyes. Read full post →Google Reportedly Testing New Mobile Image Search Results Design
Recently Google released a list of Android Wear devices that would receive WiFi compatibility with an upcoming update to the platform. Oddly enough several LG wearables were left out of the mix, such as the LG G Watch and the LG G Watch R, although the good news is that LG has since clarified the matter.
According to a post on AndroidWorld (via Ausdroid), the reason why some of LG’s wearables are not supported is because the functionality was not built in the first place. Based on the translated statement from LG, “Regardless of what HAS BEEN Reported, the latest version or [sic] Android Wear does not automatically providence [sic] Wi-Fi support Unless the device was designed with this functionality in place at the time of sale.” Read full post →LG G Watch R WiFi Compatibility Coming Q3 2015