Have Some Halloween Fun With Google

Have Some Halloween Fun With Google

Swipe spells to help your little cat wizard defeat the ghosts who ransacked its home. Just in time for Halloween, Google has a new Doodle game.

Oracle v. Google: How to Create Beautiful Closing Argument Slides

Oracle v. Google: How to Create Beautiful Closing Argument Slides

Oracle v. Google part 2 is raging on in California. This second trial in the saga again alleges copyright violations against Google in the creation of Android. Oracle is seeking damages for the “theft.” (Ars Technica has a great daily play-by-play summary.) I’m not too interested in the trial, since I think that Google’s engineers probably used…

One Lawyer’s Experience with Project Fi

One Lawyer’s Experience with Project Fi

Ed: Benjamin Wright is a solo Wisconsin lawyer and long-time Android user. You can learn more about him at his website, blog, or LinkedIn. Since my last guest post here on The Droid Lawyer—which showcased my Oneplus One—I have changed carriers. AT&T worked for me, but customer service was never great and I had to worry about…

The New Stuff from Google that You Might Like

The New Stuff from Google that You Might Like

Google I/O 2016 is bringing new things to market.

Is Google Tracking Kids’ Internet Usage? The EFF Thinks So.

Is Google Tracking Kids’ Internet Usage? The EFF Thinks So.

In a new filing with the FTC, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) alleges that Google is tracking students’ internet usage through its Google Apps for Education program. The problem is that Google signed the Student Privacy Pledge — it’s the old logo, so does the signature still count? — stating it wouldn’t use students’ personal information for “bad”…

Google Wants You to Awaken The Force

Google Wants You to Awaken The Force

Google’s giving you the chance to show your loyalty to the Dark or Light Side. Which one will you choose?

International Calls to France are Free on Google Hangouts

International Calls to France are Free on Google Hangouts

Google announced, in the wake of the Paris tragedy, that international calls to France are free. We’ve made international calls to France free via Hangouts. #ParisAttacks Android→ https://t.co/RLNSn2HPHd iOS→ https://t.co/UKRrBZgBGT — Google (@google) November 14, 2015 I’m wishing everyone effected by this tragedy comfort and peace, and my heart aches at the evil in this…

Check Your Chromecast Offers, There’s Money and Fun Available

Check Your Chromecast Offers, There’s Money and Fun Available

Go grab some free money and extra Chromecast offers.

Google Now on Tap Was Here, Now It’s Gone, But It’ll Be Back

Google Now on Tap Was Here, Now It’s Gone, But It’ll Be Back

Google Now on Tap is coming soon. Well, it was here, but now it’s gone.

Nexus Player After Nearly One Year

Nexus Player After Nearly One Year

Nexus Player continues to be a bust.

Google I/O 2015 Keynote Liveblog!

Google I/O 2015 Keynote Liveblog!

Google I/O 2015 kicks off today with the traditional Keynote address featuring Sundar Pichai. The Keynote starts at 9:30 PDT/12:30 EDT.

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