Commentary: It rolls around. It waves its arms about. This is very odd. This is the latest from Google-owned Boston Dynamics.
Pokémon Go got a wave of new content last week, and this has helped the mobile game generate even more revenue. Niantic‘s Google Maps-powered monster-catching mobile app is once again the No. 1 grossing iPhone game in the United States. On Google Play, it is still No. 3 behind Game of War and Mobile Strike. This […]
A combined strategy of in-house hardware and strong partnerships can work — under the right circumstances. Google has been riding a wave of consumer confidence the past couple of months following its late-fall hardware launch of the Pixels, Google Home and Chromecast Ultra. Show More Summary
Making waves isn't usually smart for business. But some companies find they don't have a choice.
With Niantic's Pokemon Go continuing to be one of the biggest apps on both iOS and Android, it's no wonder that other developers want to ride the wave of popularity
Google just got done rolling out the first wave of its new Instant Apps feature. It lets users run portions of an app without actually having to download or install it, minimizing the friction between the mobile web and a true Android...Show More Summary
While Donald Trump was being sworn in as the country's 45th president on Friday, the American people were busy searching Google with one burning question. SEE ALSO: The emotional moment Obama waves goodbye to D.C. And that very important...Show More Summary
Yes, Gmail--Our very own Gmail! Even that’s not spared from the waves of phishing attacks. Gmail has always been immensely popular amongst email clients. Just like Google has replaced the word ‘search’ in the same way Gmail became the metonym for emailing. Show More Summary
Many observers, including me, predicted that the 2014 decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (“CAFC”) in Oracle America v. Google would provoke a new wave of litigation concerning copyright and interoperability. Show More Summary
The Indian market is destined to see a $30 (or cheaper) smartphone soon, with all the forces working on making this happen. SEE ALSO: Next wave of cheap smartphones should cost $30: Google CEO Sundar Pichai To reach India’s one billion...Show More Summary
Google CEO Sundar Pichai doesn't think $100 is good enough for an affordable smartphone. Even $50 is too much. His goal is $30.
With Android One, Google showed the world how functional, up-to-date smartphones can be shipped for $100. For the next wave of dirt-cheap smartphones, Google hopes to see that price barrier dropping to $30. SEE ALSO: Sundar Pichai recollects...Show More Summary
Google's first wave of security changes to convert webmasters to encrypted HTTPS target pages that ask for login data or credit card information.
Google, Snapchat, Pebble, Apple and Samsung all made headlines this year for making waves in the consumer gadget world.
When it comes to making waves within the online world, many of us focus on organic search, and with good reasons behind. Not optimising your content means that you’re potentially losing out on a lot of traffic. However, you may be surprised to know that Google isn’t the only platform for obtaining traffic. Show More Summary
GUEST: Google first made waves in the hardware market when it purchased Motorola in 2011 for $12.5 billion. A company on the scale of Google getting involved in hardware put some established manufacturers on edge, though anxiety abated when Google later sold Motorola to Lenovo for $3 billion. Without being directly involved in hardware production, Google has continued to […]
Google’s answer to Amazon Alexa is starting to gain some traction in the smart home world. The new Google Assistant made waves when it was introduced on the Pixel phone, but the more significant Google Assistant product announced was Google Home. Show More Summary
RIP. Growing Pains actor Alan Thicke dies. “The Times spoke with Robin Thicke on Tuesday evening, and he called his father “the greatest man I ever met” and “always a gentleman.” He confirmed that Thicke suffered a heart attack while playing ho… Read The post Alan Thicke, Big Wave, Adam Levine, Google Year in Search 2016, Moana, McDonald’s: HOT LINKS appeared first on Towleroad.
If you were at all originally concerned that a lack of content would be an issue with Google’s Daydream VR platform, hopefully days like today, where Google pushes out a bunch of apps and games in waves will help. We’re seeing high-end...Show More Summary