Showing off your mobile gaming prowess just got easier. The latest update for the Google Play Games app introduces a new feature that lets you record, edit, upload and share your gameplay online.
The next Pixel device by Google does not come with the Chrome OS operating system. The new Google Pixel C runs Android instead, and it comes packing premium hardware.
Launching two flagship devices simultaneously seems to be the trend these days. Both Apple and Samsung have been doing it for some time already, and now Google is in on it too. The company has announced the Nexus 5X as a compact alternative to the Nexus 6P.
From time to time, Google releases a smartphone that boasts the latest capabilities of Android. It’s essentially a specimen for other Android handsets to follow. This year, the search giant has partnered with Huawei to come up with the new Nexus 6P.
Back when the original Cherry Mobile One was launched, it was met with mixed reactions. Sure, it had the advantage of timely software updates from none other than Google itself, but it was also quite under-powered compared to …
If you’ve been following the news, you know that Google reportedly tried to buy the gaming video service known as Twitch.tv last year. When that failed, Google decided to do the next best thing by dedicating a new section of YouTube entirely for gaming.
Android One—you know, that Google-backed initiative that aims to bring cheap smartphones to the five billion people who still doesn’t have one—has arrived in the Philippines. And the first two local companies to team up for the initiative are Cherry Mobile and MyPhone.
Besides Belgium, Uganda, and Switzerland, Google has expanded its Play Store in the Philippines to include movies.
When it was announced, Project Ara seemed too futuristic an undertaking that a couple of naysayers dismissed as vaporware and not happening for at least a couple of years. But lo and behold, the development for Google’s modular phone is going quite well. Here’s what you need to know about Project Ara.