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The Google Team have been hard at work and it seems that even though Google I/O has passed, they are intent in ensuring their apps keep to the new clean interface (cards) that every other app seems to now follow. The most notable update though is one of great significance: “The updated Drive for Android […]
Keeping up to date with all the different announcements following I/O is not always easy, but thanks to Trendblog.net we now have it all in a ‘Google Now’ style graphic, easy to read and absorb.
If you have been watching Google I/O or following our live blog then you will be fully aware of Google Hangouts, the new chat service available on Android, Desktop and iOS. The service is now live on Google’s very own Chrome Store and you can add it to Chrome now!
I just logged onto my Google Talk via the desktop client and got this message: gmail: Disabling saving of chat history is no longer supported in this client. All new chats will be archived in Gmail. Learn more: https://support.google.com/talk/answer/161925 Now that ordinarily wouldn’t be an issue but for the fact that we know there is […]
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If you pop onto the Google I/O website you will see nothing more than a I/O logo however the smart folk out there have discovered that the site is laden with Easter Eggs bases on combinations of I’s and O’s. The guys over at Android Authority have already posted some combinations and we will add […]