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Adobe Android Apps Being Optimized For Chromebooks

01/24/2017, Google has given Chromebooks the ability to run Android apps and to show that it’s very serious about this functionality, the company announced yesterday that all Chromebooks released from 2017 onwards will have support for the Play Store straight...

Google Play Music Testing Out Autoplay Resume Playback Feature

01/24/2017, According to a report from Android Police, it seems that for the past few months Google has been testing out a new feature for Google Play Music. This feature allows users to set an option in which they are able to automatically resume the playback of the...

Alleged Photos Of LG’s Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatches Leaked

01/23/2017, A report from about a week ago revealed that LG could be launching new Android Wear 2.0 handsets on the 9th of February, which is also when Google is expected to release Android Wear 2.0 to compatible smartwatches. Now thanks to the folks at Techno...

Google Begins Testing Its Instant Apps Feature

01/23/2017, Last year during Google I/O, Google announced an upcoming feature called Instant Apps. Basically what this does is that instead of users having to install an app on their phone just to use certain features or services, Instant Apps will allow users to use...

Google Voice Gets A Much Awaited Update

01/23/2017, A couple of weeks ago, Google revealed that they were planning on giving its Google Voice service an upgrade. The good news is that if you’ve been anticipating this update, Google has announced that the update to Google Voice is finally here and that...

Chromebooks Launched In 2017 Onwards Will Support Android Apps

01/23/2017, The idea of Chromebooks running Android apps isn’t new, and in fact last year a few OEMs started to include support for it in their devices. It’s not much but we guess it’s a start, although the good news is that starting in 2017 and onwards, all...

Google Play Services Introduces New ‘Instant Tethering’ Feature

01/20/2017, Tethering and turning our phones into WiFi hotspots is handy when you need to do some work on your laptop and the current WiFi is either too slow or not stable or simply not available. However sometimes setting up a WiFi hotspot can be a bit finicky but...

Microsoft Spamming Chrome Users With A Windows Shopping Ad

01/20/2017, In an ideal world, Microsoft would only allow Windows users to use Windows-based products, such as the Microsoft Office suite or Internet Explorer/Edge. However that is not the world we live in which is why many users have opted for alternative products,...

Google To Shut Down Legacy Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides Mobile Apps

01/19/2017, There are many reasons why people still run older builds of software. It could be that the update has changed the software in a way that they do not like, or it is possible that their devices can’t support the newer builds, or in some cases maybe some...

Google Reportedly Finding It Hard To Meet Pixel Demand

01/19/2017, Google announced its Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones last year. These are the first “Made by Google” smartphones and they have effectively replaced the Nexus smartphones. It appears that the Pixel handsets have performed better than Google...

Google Maps For Web Now Has Notifications

01/18/2017, If you are someone who uses Google Maps often on the web, maybe because you’re looking for a particular location before heading out, then you might be interested to learn that Google Maps for the web now has built-in notifications. This is a similar...

Google Search Will Now Work Even With Spotty Connections

01/18/2017, We’ve all experienced this where due to poor reception or maybe a hiccup in the internet connection, our search results aren’t returned and we are greeted with the dreaded “offline” message. This means that sometimes you might forget to go back to...

Android One Handsets Could Be Coming To The US

01/17/2017, Google’s Android One handsets have typically been aimed at emerging markets. The idea is to provide customers who are on tight budgets with an Android smartphone that has an affordable price tag, no bloatware, as well as access to timely updates. In a...

Google Maps Now Showing Parking Suggestions For Some Users

01/17/2017, There are a variety of ways that carparks can let visitors know how many spots are available. This can be done by displaying a counter, or carparks can install light sensors above parking bays in which it will flash green if a spot is available, or red if...