Google has had a very busy couple of weeks. One of the big events that doesn’t get a lot of attention in the consumer space is the Chrome Dev Summit. Google held this even earlier this week and announced a slew of updates and features. The web is a big part of Google’s focus right
The traditional smartphone display has changed a lot over the years. What started as small displays flanked by giant bezels has evolved into futuristic-looking devices with huge displays and tiny bezels. The next big change in displays is poised to be something completely different. We’ve been hearing a lot about “foldable” displays, and now Android
Google is finally discontinuing a feature that many users have complained about for years. “Nearby Notifications” launched in 2015 as a way to interact with physical locations. You might get a notification about a service you can use when you pass by a store. There are potentially useful scenarios for the feature, but it ended up
Google has worked on a way to keep those users secure who love side-loading applications. Back in June, they started to automatically add security metadata to any app uploaded to the Google Play Store so that they can be verified as originating from Google Play when shared elsewhere. This helps users by having their side-loaded
Each year, Google hosts an invitation-only event called Playtime. Google invites selected developers of apps and games from the Play Store to the event to share the latest features and tips to improve their apps. At this year’s event, Google announced updates to the Android App Bundle, Google Play Instant, and the Google Play Console.