Tag Archives: google

Tag Archives: google

Google Play Mobile Developers Privacy Policy Update

Google recently updated there mobile developers policy for the Google Play Store. This update is in answer to the many problems that were being raised by users. There are numerous alterations and additions to sections such as appnaming, privacy, payments, and more. For more information on this visit here.          

Google Fiber Explanation | Mobile Development

Mobile development and search provider, Google, recently announced its new project, Google Fiber. This anticipated service is expected to bring fast fiber optic internet to the good people of Kansas City.  Google has noticed that  our computing power and storage capacity have left our internet speed behind and are looking to rememdy this issue for the […]

There’s a Pat(ent) For That | Mobile Developer

At GoogleÔÇÖs I/O conference, Google Glass was met with much excitement. The device was innovative and considered the first of its kind. Mobile developer Google attempted a patent on the idea back in 2011, however it would seem Apple unsurprisingly, has been working on a project that feelsÔǪ the same. The problem arises when we […]

Is Google Now Worth The Cost? | Mobile Development

  Google Now has been out for a while now and the verdict is, awesome. What the software does is simple; it learns from your search behavior and provides information without you having to ask for it like sports updates and flight schedules. That is not all however; Google Now offers location based information such […]

A Mobile Application Developers Take on Google’s Self-Driving Cars

Usually labeled a science fiction dream, self-driving cars are making their way onto our streets. The search giant Google has been working on their dream of a self-driving car for at least a year now. We know Google for its search engines and antics in the mobile market with Android, but what most don’t know […]

Battle of the Tablets – Microsoft Vs Apple Vs Google Vs Amazon

Last week the Nexus 7 was announced at the Google I/O convention. With its release came much excitement for the underpriced monster of a 7-inch tablet. It is expected to dominate the 7-inch market and even give the iPad a run for its money. Yet, recently there was a statement from 2 Apple “people” (remained […]

Chrome in iOS and its Attributes

The busy week for Google continues with the release of Chrome for iOS. Adding functions such as incognito mode and tab syncing across devices to the iPhones repertoire. The only real problem with this is that due to Apple’s restrictive policies against 3rd party apps the usually blazing fast browser is forced to move quite […]