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As part of Google's latest quarterly report, the company's chief financial officer revealed that a portion of its earnings were impacted by a "decline" in revenues from its Nexus range.
Google has finally unveiled their rumoured wireless network, dubbing it "Project Fi" and revealing a novel pricing structure. There are, however, some strict limitations as of now.
Google has released the first factory image of its latest OS update, Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, and the first device to get it isn't one of its phones or tablets, but the Nexus Player Android TV box.
Google could finally launch its own wireless phone service starting Wednesday. While details are scarce, the new service would only charge clients for data used.
Google is implementing an API change that will soon block YouTube streaming on older devices such as Google TVs, games consoles, Smart TVs, and all Apple devices not running iOS 7 and above.
Google will now allow you to download your search history. The search giant is now offering a method for you to archive your previous search history and download it in its entirety.
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After previously committing to support Chrome on Windows XP until April 2015, Google has announced that it is extending support for its browser on Microsoft's defunct OS until the end of this year.
Taking many cues from Samsung's Knox, and similar to features introduced in Lollipop, Android for Work allows IT departments to remotely manage work data on personal smart phones securely.
Google remains the largest search provider by a long way, but Bing is continuing to grow - and the latest figures reveal that Microsoft's search engine now accounts for 20.1% of US desktop searches.
Google has launched a new input for Android devices called "Google Handwriting Input," which allows users to handwrite on the screen in 82 different languages, including emoji.
Cyanogen, a startup which has raised a lot of capital and aims to take Android away from Google, has announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft to bring that company's services to the OS.
Having upgraded many of its high-end devices to Android 5.0.2, Samsung is said to be working on Android 5.1 for its new flagships, as well as extending the Lollipop rollout to more mid-range devices.
European regulators are officially accusing Google of anti-competitive practices, and undue influence in the local search markets. On top of that the Commission is also investigating Android.
Following the launch of the Neowin Deals store, we're happy to celebrate the occasion by giving away a Chromebook Pixel worth $1000 to one lucky reader; multiple entry options are available.
After what has seemed like an eternity, Cyanogen OS 12 for the OnePlus One is finally available. Cyanogen OS 12 will bring the long-awaited Android L / Android 5.0 to the One.
Microsoft is planning to host a dev summit for Internet Explorer's successor, Project Spartan, right in Google's backyard. The summit will feature technical sessions and build testing from engineers.
If you have a Windows PC, you can grab Lollipop for your Verizon LG G3 right now, with the OTA rollout expected to begin soon - but it will only bump your device up to Android 5.0.1, rather than 5.1.
Sony has begun rolling out its Lollipop update to even more devices, including the Xperia Z1 and Xperia Z3 Dual, among others - and its global rollout will expand to more phones and tablets next week.
Comscore's monthly stats are in, showing slight gains for the market share of Windows Phone and Android and dips for Apple and BlackBerry in the USA during the 3 month period ending February 2015.
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In a letter to YouTube creators, Google has confirmed rumours that it will begin rolling out a paid subscription service in order to complement its free service with an ad-free option
Sony has confirmed that Android 5.0 is now rolling out to its Xperia Z2 and Z2 Tablet, and has also announced when some of its other Xperia devices will get their first lick of the Lollipop update.
The latest version of Android is now rolling out to the Google Play editions of HTC's One M7 and One M8 - and for the M7, it looks like this will be the last OS update the device will get.
Six months after Google announced Android 5.0, just 5.4% of Android devices now have Lollipop - which means it's still on fewer devices than Android 2.3 Gingerbread or 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Google's child-friendly version of YouTube is under fire, due to complaints from child advocacy groups, which are concerned about the way the app targets advertising to susceptible kids.
You can currently pre-order Star Wars: The Digital Collection on leading digital stores. The collection includes deleted scenes, behind-the-scene extras and special features.
HTC has confirmed that Lollipop will begin rolling out to the One M8 on AT&T today - a week after the older One M7 got the update, and almost six months after Google first announced Android 5.0.
Google is in talks with Hutchinson - the parent of the Three mobile network - to create a global network that charges US customers the same for calls, texts and data irrespective of location.
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A Russian coder recently found a vulnerability in YouTube which allowed him to delete any video on the service, he also said that he was "tempted to clean up Bieber's channel" following its discovery.
Google has released its ARC software in beta, and it allows users to run Android apps on their desktop or laptop machines through Chrome, version 40 or higher.
After years of investigation, European Union regulators are preparing to file a formal lawsuit against the search giant for anticompetitive practices and abuse of its dominant position in the market.
Although multiple companies will be celebrating April Fools' Day with parody products or adverts, Google is going all of out utilizing all of its services and products to prank the world.
Google and ASUS have unveiled some new affordable devices today including a convertible Chromebook with a screen that flips around and the Chromebit, a computer on a stick running Chrome OS.
Google has introduced "Smartbox by Inbox," a mailbox that - among other things - zaps people for junk mail, has apps, and has folders to organize the different categories of mail we'd receive.
Just in time for April Fool's day, Google has entered its fun mode with the launch of a Pac-Man version of Google Maps that actually lets the users play on the streets of their choice.
One of the top Chinese smartphone manufacturers, Xiaomi, is set to unveil an entry-level device on April 8 with compelling hardware specifications at an aggressive price point.
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Although the partnership hasn't been officially dissolved, Yahoo and Microsoft have opted to extend the deadline of their search engine partnership allowing more time for negotiation.
Try searching for Bing or Microsoft ads on Google, and Google Adwords will not-so-helpfully display a seemingly legitimate but very sophisticated phishing site. Browser beware.
Google has announced the launch of its Nexus Player multimedia set-top box in the UK, where it is priced at £79.99, with an optional gamepad also available for £34.99.
Following a "reevaluation" of the Pointer Events standard that got approved by the W3C last month, Google has committed to supporting the standard, with a little help from some friends.
Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference used to ban employees from competitive organizations such as Google and Oracle but that has now changed for WPC 2015 with anyone being abled to attend.
The Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is now getting Lollipop in several markets - but Samsung's update is not based on the latest OS version, Android 5.1, but on the older Android 5.0.2 release.
A report from the WSJ is quoting Eric Schmidt as saying that Google Glass' demise was "conflated" by the media and that the technology is being "made ready for users" with a new version.
Over five months after Google first unveiled the Nexus Player, it will finally go on sale in the UK this week. Pre-orders of the Android TV device are already available, priced at £79.99.
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Google has made the Android Auto app available on the Play Store for Android Lollipop users in US, UK and Australia with cars featuring compatible Pioneer head units.