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Microsoft and Google have both been fighting a very public Cold War ever since Google announced that it won't be releasing any official apps for Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 platform and discontinued ActiveSync so Windows Phone users won't be able to synchronize contacts...
With Send Money in Gmail, users can send money as easily as adding an attachment. The PayPal competitor ties into Google Wallet and allows users to pay with a balance, bank account or card.
A new announcement at Google I/O 2013 offers hope for an Android 4.3 update in the coming months, which would include Bluetooth Smart support and connectivity to accessories.
The Nexus 7 2, which had been rumored for Google I/O, did not launch. Here now are the five most important things to know about Google's missing tablet.
Google uses a slot racing game to show off the power of Chrome for Android and iPhone and its web technologies.
The new version of Google Maps will roll out to users sometime in the near future, but impatient users can sign up to use it within the next few days.
Google has announced that dynamic routing will make its way to the Google Maps application on both iOS and Android.
A number of rumored Google Android products skipped Google I/O including the Nexus 7 2, Nexus 4 and the rumored Android 4.3 and Android 5.0 updates.
Google Music All Access and Google Hangouts apps are now available directly to users who want to check out the latest Google experiences on Android and iOS.
Google is redefining the mapping experience for Android, iOS, tablets, and desktops with the new introduction of Google Maps at the Google I/O developer conference.
Google Now for Android now handles reminders, letting users create time, date and location based reminders on the fly by talking to Google Now. This shoudl arrive on Google Now soon.
At this morning's Google I/O event, Google debuted it's new music subscription service Google Play Music All Access.
Google will be bringing a Samsung Galaxy S4 with Nexus features to the Google Play Store this June. Here are the five most important things to know.
Google announced two new media codecs at Google I/O 2013 giving users faster downloads and eating up less of their mobile data packages.
Google Play for Education lets teachers and educators quickly test, and push education apps to students and users with a curated Google Play app store fore schools.
Google Play Game Services will bring achievements, cloud saving, leaderboards and multiplayer with Google+ friends to Android devices.
A new leak shows the changes Google may have in store for Google Maps at Google I/O later today including Google Earth imagery and flight searches.
Recent search results on Google's developer site have indicated that Android 4.3 is on the way to users, and may be on today's agenda at Google I/O.
Though Google I/O tickets had quickly sold out on the day they were made available for purchase, Android and Google fans who cannot make it to San Francisco, California or were not able to grab tickets can still catch all the fun and excitement.
Google I/O is slated to kick off in just a few hours and the event may be the venue where Google will be unveiling a new edition of Samsung's flagship Galaxy S4 with stock Android.
Google I/O kicks off in a day, and here is what to expect at Google I/O 2013 from the Nexus 7 2 to a possible X Phone and what may come with Android 4.3.
A video of what appears to be the elusive white Nexus 4 has emerged on the eve of Google's yearly developer event, Google I/O.
Ahead of Google I/O 2013, we take a look at everything there is to know about Google's rumored Nexus 7 successor, currently known as the new Nexus 7 2.
Android Developers will now be able to reply to feedback on their applications.
While we're still not quite sure how exactly will Google Glass be used in the future as it's still an entirely new mobile form factor and there are still not that many applications designed for the wearable computing platform, Glass will definitely be a beneficial tool ...
The fate of the Nexus Q still remains in limbo as sources say there are no plans at the time to bring the music streaming device out of dormancy at this year's Google I/O conference.
Google's I/O developer conference this year will be a big event for Google and for Android devotees, but don't expect any major hardware announcements or revolutionary changes to the Android operating system.
Soon Gmail, Google Drive and Google+ Photos will share 15GB of cloud storage for all users with new upgrade plans offering 100GB for $4.99 per month.
A possible Motorola X Phone FCC filing includes a label which indicates the X Phone will be Made in the USA, a move which points to customization options.
The white Nexus 4 makes another appearance days ahead of Google I/O, where the company may show off a new Nexus 4 LTE model and more.
Internet security, password, and two-factor authentication using a mobile phone are all beginning to become hot topics ahead of the launch of Apple's iPhone 5S, a smartphone rumored to contain a biometric fingerprint scanner.
Ahead of Google's I/O developer conference this week, Google Play Games, a social hub for gamers to compete against iOS' Game Center and Windows Phone's Xbox Games hub, has leaked on the Internet.
Samsung is reported to be prepping for a launch of an Android-powered notebook, or 'AndroidBook' as the devices are now dubbed, for launch in the next few months.
A collection of new renders show off possible looks for the rumored Nexus 5 and Nexus 11 devices and a Nexus 8 to replace the Nexus 7 tablet.