Google has announced that they are terminate support for two older versions of Android Gingerbread and Honeycomb, in the next year. This means that devices equipped with Gingerbread and Honeycomb will no longer receive security updates through Google Play Services. The minimum Android version supported… Read More »Google will Terminate Support for Android Gingerbread and Honeycomb in 2017
A survey done by BGR reveals that applications on the iOS platform are much more unstable than those on Android devices. 😉 The survey indicates that 62% of iOS devices suffered a failure over the last three months compared with 47% of Android devices. 😏… Read More »Survey Reveals Apps Fail on iOS than on Android
Nokia, the famous mobile phone manufacturer officially confirms that Nokia will return to smartphone market in 2017. Nokia hopes to introduce their first new smartphone model at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. According to information, the first Nokia-branded smartphone of 2017 could be… Read More »NOKIA Returns to Smartphone Market!
Google announced developers to remove Google+ Sign-in buttons (which are used to access to services and applications) and replace with new Google Sign-in button. The new Google Sign-in button is a new graphic identity with a more minimalist design. Company states that “We are announcing… Read More »No More Google Plus Sign-in Buttons?
Google introduce Google Earth VR, a new version of Google Earth that lets you explore the world through virtual reality. The experience of Google Earth VR is completely amazing, and you can wander the streets of the world, viewing horizons, fly over cities, climb to… Read More »Google Earth VR – Explore the World Virtualy
Google introduce PhotoScan, a new app for Android and iOS that lets you scan and store old photos in the Google Photos service. Google PhotoScan application offers an innovative solution to combine images from multiple photo photos at different angles to eliminate glare. According to… Read More »Scan Your Old Photos With Google PhotoScan
The latest version of Google Play Music uses machine learning technology to find out information like which songs you like most, your location, your activity and climate. Then Google Play Music use this information to present custom music, based on where the user is and… Read More »Google Play Music uses Machine Learning to Suggest Music
According to “Strategy Analytics”, Android the Google’s mobile platform is present in 88% of all devices sold between July 1st and the end of September. With the launch of Android, Apple’s iOS lost market and fell to 12% market share. BlackBerry and Windows did not… Read More »Android Dominates Smartphone Market
Google Glass is a futuristic technology that promises to revolutionize how we use our devices to interact with the world. But from a developer’s standpoint, what is so special about developing for the glass? The answer is “Nothing!” In fact, from the perspective of an… Read More »What is Google Glass?