The latest round-up of Android news stories features "Star Wars," a "Special Delivery," and a new take on "Christmas Jammies."
This previous week was filled with so many good intentions … none of which succeeded. Yet in those intentions’ place I was able to accomplish many other tasks. Unfortunately, none of them involved publishing intended content to this blog. And so, to accommodate, I give you this week’s extended version Read more…
This week's news includes a lot of Google, some Disney and Microsoft, and "Downton Abbey." Check it out.
A desktop "nitrocellulos cannon, plus other stories that will make you appreciate the world of Google even more.
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 Read more…
Use Android Pay to do some good and raise some money this holiday season, plus other great stories you might find interesting.
The only news you need to know about this week is voice typing in Google Docs. Unfortunately, you'll have to read the whole post to learn about voice typing.
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 Read more…
GoGurt snacks get crushed, and a $1,500 Android Wear watch. All of these stories and more in the World of Android.
Go grab some free money and extra Chromecast offers.
All the news that's fit to publish .. about Android.
Smart Reply is coming to Gmail, which will help you become even more productive in your email responses.
All of the news you want . . . or at least the stories I think are important in the world of Android.
The Missouri Bar CLE’s, LexPORT 15 is happening in St. Louis again, October 26-27. I’m heading for 3 sessions on Monday — 2 on Android, and one 50 tips. This year has a power-packed combination of presenters, including Ben Schorr and Catherine Sanders-Reach. Each are equally qualified. If you want Read more…