Android Pay Will Be Launched At Google I/O in May
Feb27

Android Pay Will Be Launched At Google I/O in May

Samsung has been closing its own preparations for the company’s mobile Payment service, a direct competitor to Apple Pay. That will be announced next week, but another mobile giant will be entering the mobile payment market too this year… Google. Mountain View is readying its own system that will be called Android Pay, and it will be announced at the company’s I/O developer conference in May. Yes, Google Wallet already exists and is...

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Google Raises Revenue, but Disappoints Wall Street
Jan31

Google Raises Revenue, but Disappoints Wall Street

Google’s revenue increased through the fourth quarter of 2014, but the company still fell short of Wall Street predictions. The company’s shares wobbled after the results, with the price declining 3% in the wake of the announcement but increasing by 1.44% as the hours passed after the earnings call. There was a revenue increase of 15% year-on-year to $18.10 billion, but Wall Street was predicting that Google would be making revenues...

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The Nexus 6 is Scarce because Google Misjudged Demand
Jan31

The Nexus 6 is Scarce because Google Misjudged Demand

The Nexus 6 is the best smartphone Google has ever released (the handset is built by Motorola), and it is the first true flagship to carry the Nexus name. With its Quad HD and other top line specs, the Nexus 6 is a tour de force, but like other previous Nexus smartphones, it is pretty scarce and is sold out more often than not. In fact, the Nexus 6 has been sold out with regularity since it launched last November. Google’s CFO,...

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Android 5.0.1 Lollipop Causing Widespread Memory Leaks
Dec30

Android 5.0.1 Lollipop Causing Widespread Memory Leaks

Android 5.0 Lollipop brought with it the biggest overhaul to Google’s mobile platform ever seen. It brought with it massive changes to the look of Android thanks to Material Design and also delved deeper with a huge number of enhancements to everything from basic functionality to improved security. However, new software usually has its little bugs and problems, especially major overhauls, Apple can attest to that after experiencing...

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Google’s 127 Must Have Apps
Dec29

Google’s 127 Must Have Apps

Android is the number one mobile platform by a considerable distance. It’s in the hands of hundreds of millions of users, but still more people are adopting Google’s software. That means there are plenty of people rocking their first ever Android smartphone or tablet this Holiday Season. With 1 million apps available, how do you know which ones to get to make your devices a better place? The truth is, there is a huge number of frankly...

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