Android Device Manager was announced by Google last week as a service that will help locate or ring your Android device directly from within a browser, and it is now live and ready to be used on Android 2.2+ devices.
Some were a bit perplexed as to why Motorola isn’t shipping it’s Moto X handset with Android 4.3, but worry naught, because Motorola CEO, Dennis Woodside, has hinted that Google’s latest Jelly Bean will eventually grace the company’s new handset.
Google’s Android Device Manager will let users find their lost Android phone, coming soon to Android 2.2+
Google has announced plans to address one of Android’s most glaring shortcomings by launching Android Device Manager, a service to let users track, ring, and wipe lost Android 2.2+ devices.
Quick, what’s the freshest, coolest, baddest Android gadget around? The second-gen Google Nexus 7 (aka Nexus 7 2013), you say? You’re probably right.
You can get 7 McDonald’s Happy Meal for about 35 bucks and you’ll know exactly what you’ll be getting once you open the box. For roughly that same amount, you can also grab a Chromecast TV stick, but chances are it is unlikely that you’ll want to pry the TV stick open and see what
Along with the new Nexus 7, Google unveiled a new Android OS dubbed Jelly Bean 4.3 in the ‘breakfast with Sundar Pichai’ press event today.
At a ‘breakfast with Sundar Pichai’ press event, Google officially announced the followup to the Nexus 7. Not much new was announced, as most of the device’s specs had been leaked the day before the event.
Google and Motorola’s Moto X pups are set to enter this world soon, and the bill for adopting one of these handsets won’t burn a hole through anyone’s pocket.
The Moto X might not be the greatest thing ever to hit smartphone consumers, but it’s probably worth a gander if you’re due for an upgrade on AT&T and don’t want to spend a week’s worth of pay on a phone.
The revamped Google Maps that made its first appearance at Google’s I/O conference is now available for the public.
HBO has asked Google to take down VLC Media Player as a copyright infringer in an attempt to stop pirates from downloading episodes of Game of Thrones.
Google is refusing the copyright industry’s demands that pirate websites should be removed from its search results, saying that policing the web isn’t their policy.
Had enough of the seemingly endless rumor bonanza starring the already mythical Motorola X? Don’t want to hear about the phone until it becomes official? We know the feeling, but there’s nothing we can do for you at this time other than… bring you another couple of “leaks”.
Motorola mobile by itself probably won’t have the cash to spend on a huge marketing campaign, but it’s not by itself anymore. The now Google-backed (or owned if you want to be specific) Motorola mobile division is getting ready to launch its Moto X phone with the help of a healthy donation from Google marketing.
Another day, another Google service goes down. Company now pushing for Google+ Location Reporting instead.
Harry Potter fans rejoice! It may be a fictional street, but that hasn’t stopped Google from adding Diagon Alley to Street View.
The chimerical Moto X (aka Google X Phone) has been a star of the rumor mill for so long that we almost can’t believe we’re finally nearing its official unveiling. What’s even more extraordinary is it doesn’t appear to be flying solo, with a Droid Ultra and M Ultra likely escorting it.
People looking into to picking up a Moto X phone will have the ability to customize the handset’s colors, wallpapers, as well as a personalized engraving.
It looks like the endless “X Phone” saga may finally be coming to an end as Motorola beings advertising its upcoming device. The ad also includes a possible hint that might confirm some rumors.