The Google Play storefront has removed an application enabling Android users to access archrival Apple's iMessage chat service. The app, dubbed iMessage Chat and built by Android developer Daniel Zweigart, was removed for violating Play store policies, a Google spokesperson told Computerworld.
Many Gmail users suffered through a widespread delay this week, demonstrating yet again the challenge of providing perfect system uptime and performance-- no matter how robust your infrastructure may be.
Google is rolling out an overhauled version of its Gmail application for Android, highlighted by a retooled conversation view that adopts the virtual index card-style user interface first introduced via the company's Google Now personal assistant service.
Google has floated the idea of a new technology to replace third-party cookies, and it raises a whole slew of issues.
Without a hint of irony, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer accused Google of having a monopoly in search and suggested U.S. authorites should investigate.
Google is enhancing its fledgling Android Device Manager security tool, enabling consumers to remotely lock down lost or stolen smartphones via the Internet.
A team of research analysts have published the results of their study on the cloud computing market and whether organizations truly get what they are paying for.
Google is making Quickoffice, a mobile app for editing Microsoft Office files, available to iOS and Android users for free. All users need is a Google account.
Google is making its Quickoffice productivity application available free to all users across the Android and iOS mobile platforms.
Google is expanding its Wallet mobile commerce platform to archrival Apple's iOS days after eliminating a requirement that compatible devices must contain a Near Field Communications chip with a secure element. iOS does not support NFC-based technologies.