Motorola is on the move. According to a recent tweet in response to a smartwatch fan, Motorola Support confirmed the Android Wear 2.0 update for one of its watches. But will it be Motorola’s last?
T-Mobile, America’s third largest carrier, has announced what it is calling a “spectacularly simple” way for customers currently using Verizon to switch to T-Mobile’s service. The deal is available for Verizon customers using two of the most popular phones (recent iPhones and the Google Pixel) and means customers can have their existing phone paid off in full.
Google Photos is being updated, but it’s not the update we’ve been waiting for that Google introduced at I/O 2017. Instead, users will get one new feature in that of archives, which will allow one to hide images from being visible in their main feed of their photos.
Google has announced the Jamboard, which is an online, cloud-based, collaborative whiteboard designed for G Suite customers with creative teams “increasingly distributed.” The Jamboard costs $4,999 and is available in three colors: Cobalt Blue, Carmine Red and Graphite Grey.
After confirming a partnership a few weeks ago, Google and PayPal have struck a deal to support Android Pay inside the popular payment application.
2017 has witnessed a lot of innovations and announcements from Google, however, it appears that Google is not really protective of its developments as we sometimes stumble upon accidental leaks. The most recent of these leaks is the unpublicized version of Google’s Pixel Launcher which was seen on a demo phone at a Google I/O 2017 event.
Google didn’t go into detail about Android Auto very much during last week’s I/O event, but they did manage to make some small announcements. First being, that Volvo and Audi are the company’s latest partners in the field and will support the Android Auto system negatively in upcoming vehicles. Google also partnered with Pioneer, who announced a new lineup of NEX units with Android Auto during the three-day conference.
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