Tag Archives: Google

Google, HTC Announce Stock Android HTC One For $599, Available June 26th

Oh HTC One fans, the “Google Edition” HTC One is officially officially…it’s really real and its coming on June 26th via Google Play for $599. The device will work on both AT&T and T-Mobile, just like its Samsung Galaxy S 4 counter-party announced at Google’s I/O conference. HTC is calling it the “HTC One with Nexus User Experience” and will come in 32GB sizing SIM-unlocked, with an unlocked bootloader. According to the HTC … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Twitter Account Explains Why Carrier Won’t Support Google Wallet

Over the last year or so there has been plenty of frustration directed at the carriers, some of whom are clearly stonewalling support for Google’s Wallet app. While T-Mobile has long stonewalled support for Google’s Wallet service, they’ve never really come out and said it’s directly because of their support for Project ISIS…until now. All it took was a simple tweet from a customer to the main @tmobile[read full article]

Public Service Reminder: Watch Google’s I/O Three-Hour Keynote Live

Google I/O is just under two hours away and as is standard Google, there’s a live-stream for your viewing pleasure. Will they announce a Galaxy S 4 “Google Edition?” How about a Nexus 4 with T-Mobile-ready LTE bands? How about a unified chat service? Watch it all go down live…just prepare yourself for a lengthy three-hour keynote. In other words, no bathroom breaks allowed. … [read full article]

Samsung, Google To Announce “Google Edition” Galaxy S 4 With Stock Android?

Hello giant rumor, but this one comes from Russell Holly over at Geek.com, an individual I believe would not post such a rumor just for the sake of getting the internet all riled up. According to Russell’s tipster, the “Google Edition” Galaxy S 4 is pretty much exactly what it sounds like…Galaxy S 4 hardware with stock Android software, right out of the box. The device is being developed as a way to … [read full article]

Google’s Biggest Event Of The Year, I/O Kicks Off Tomorrow…Watch It Live

Google’s I/O event kicks off tomorrow morning and it’s the single biggest Android/Chrome event of the year. It’ll be hard to top last years skydiving with Google Glass, and Android chief Sundar Pichai has already tempered expectations for new hardware. Still, we expect to see at least Android 4.3 Jelly Bean bringing some new features and hopefully some improved ones … [read full article]

T-Mobile Dropping MobileLife Album Support, Switching Users To Google Drive

MobileLife Albums users on T-Mobile should take note as the carrier prepares to shut down the service as of June 30th. All won’t be lost however as T-Mobile has partnered with Google to offer a new home for all your MobileLife content. T-Mobile states in their FAQ that rather than go “head-to-head” against world-class competition and their “compelling photo storage services,” they decided its best to offer customers the “best in-class functionality offered by … [read full article]

(Update: It’s Over) Google Drive, Gmail, And Google Docs Are Down For Many

  Update: Google says the outage is over, long live Google. A number of Google users are reporting that Gmail for Google Apps, and Google Drive including the Admin and control panel are experiencing a service outage. According to Google’s status, there are some red lights under the “current status” of those services and I’ve been unable to access them for around 45 minutes and counting. Some users appear to be unaffected by … [read full article]

Eric Schmidt: Android Activations At 1.5 Million Per Day, Next Google Phones Are “Phenomenal”

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt took the stage at the All Things D conference earlier this morning and dropped some excellent nuggets for all your Android fans out there. First and foremost is news that Android activation are now hovering around 1.5 million a day. That’s PER DAY. That’s up from the 1.3 million activations reported last September. Not bad El Google, not bad. All totaled, there are now more than 740 million Android … [read full article]