Google this week took the wraps off Android L, its next-gen revamp of the Android platform. In addition to 64-bit support, the major software upgrade also introduces a cross-platform design language that brings a new, unified user interface to Android and Chrome OS.
At Google I/O on Wednesday, the company took the wraps off Google Drive for Work, a paid service targeted at business users and priced at $10 per user per month. The service offers unlimited storage, the ability to upload files of up to 5TB in size, and access to productivity apps such as Docs, Sheets, Slides, Hangouts and Sites.
The top news stories for June 26, 2014.
Citizens in most countries are turning to their governments to solve privacy abuse issues, in both the public and private sectors.
Over the weekend, Google announced that it has taken the OpenSSL code library and forked it into its own independently developed version called "BoringSSL."
Mozilla's Firefox mobile operating system could be an Android killer in emerging markets.
A roundup of the 5 hottest new apps of the week.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for June 17, including Google's hand-selected partners for Glass, what the Amazon Appstore means for its new smartphone, why Apple needs to show the iPad some love, Samsung's tenuous reign as the top tablet vendor and smartphones as the driving force behind double-digit growth in smart connected devices.
An increasingly mobile international economy has led to the disruption of some transport markets. Google already revealed its plan to make its driverless cars available, leaving analysts to predict the next likely transport sector to adopt the emergent driverless technology.
Google is being hit by a European Union complaint from Portuguese app store firm Aptoide alleging abusive practices by the search giant.