Google begins to crack down on Play Store apps with dubious privacy policies, warning developers that it will take action beginning March 15.
Nintendo's latest mobile game is a freemium version of the popular console game, Fire Emblem.
The feature lets users open links that launch directly into apps even if they haven't previously installed them on their phones.
A new design is making an appearance for some users, though it's unclear at this point how widespread the rollout is.
This will allow those with 4K televisions and a Chromecast Ultra to take full advantage of their capabilities, though the titles are going to cost you extra.
The latest move attempts to improve the app discovery process so it's not unfairly used by developers seeking an unfair advantage.
You can finally zoom in on screenshots, and Google has renamed the 'Entertainment' section to 'Movies, Music, Books' to try and drum up more interest.
The new features will make your phone a more helpful assistant during your next trip since you won't have to mess with the screen.
You'll soon get an opportunity to play around with more new apps before they hit the mainstream.
Not everything can be improved with algorithms, so Google is soliciting your help to increase the accuracy of Maps, handwriting translation, and other key services.
The +1 button is disappearing and a Google+ profile might not be needed anymore for posting a review.
The leap to version 1.0 is also bringing several performance and playback improvements to Apple's streaming service.
It's the company's first subscription service for everyone, costing you $1 per month for neatly packaged notifications.
The latest version of Google Play won't effect your day-to-day use right now, but it teases us as to what soon will be.
Much like the Play Music family plan, up to six different people can access the same batch of purchased content.
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