BrandZ has recently released its latest rankings for the biggest brands across the globe, and for the second consecutive year, Google has managed to best the best of the world. Like last year, Google has beaten rival Apple to the number one spot.
Some may remember that not too long ago, Apple had launched a completely overhauled App Store that now focuses more on editorial aspects, such as providing stories about the mobile apps available, quick tips and tutorials, and even interviews with creators and developers, among many others.
Google yet again continues to try to make Internet surfing on mobile devices a more improved experience. Recently during its annual I/O developer conference, the tech giant revealed that its Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) service is now currently on more than a couple of billion mobile web pages, spanning over 900,000 domains in the world wide web.
Over 300,000 computers in more than a hundred countries around the world have been affected by the WannaCry cyberattack. For those not familiar with WannaCry, it works by exploiting outdated versions of Windows, especially those that never got updated with relatively recently rolled out security patches from Microsoft.
Car manufacturers Audi and Volvo have announced their plans to fully integrate Google’s Android Auto into their upcoming vehicles in the near future. For those not familiar with Android Auto, it is basically a mobile device interface that allows users access to auto related information, such as directions, incoming notifications, and entertainment options (especially music).
Emoji are cool and all, but wouldn’t it be nice to be able to customize them into something that resembles us just a little bit? Well, Google Allo has got you all covered. Google has just rolled out a new feature in its Allo app that basically allows users to create custom emoji out of their own selfie face.
Two of the biggest names in tech today -- Google and Samsung -- have decided to join forces in order to make Google Play Music the default music player and music service on new smartphones and tablet devices made by the South Korean mobile manufacturer, starting with its latest flagship offerings, the Galaxy S8 and
The version of Apple Music on the Android mobile operating system has been made much more closer to the current version running on iOS powered devices. In the past few few months, users have been noticing that Apple Music on Android has been experiencing lags on its interface. And while the iOS mobile users and desktop users got themselves a revamped version a year ago, Android mobile users had to wait for version to get updates.