Popular Google Articles for 2014
What are the best ways to store photos, Office docs, and other files online, and share them across devices? We take a look at five leading cloud storage apps.
The Nexus 9 has a number of firsts: it's one of the first devices of any type with Android 5.0 Lollipop, it's HTC's first tablet in years, and it's the[...]
This Android 5.0 Lollipop for tablets review goes in-depth with the features of Google's latest operating system, with an emphasis on what's new.
The first tablet running Google's Chrome OS could be on the market soon, and it's possible this operating system will eventually supplant Android on large tablets.
Google has expanded availability of the Nexus 7 tablet to eight additional European markets.
The Heartbleed bug has potentially exposed the personal and professional info of millions of people, but users of Apple's tablets should be relieved to learn that this security flaw isn't[...]
The only real drawback to LTE-enabled tablets is they cost more than WiFi-only ones. T-Mobile is going to erase this difference for its subscribers.
To make life easier for the most productive tablet users, Google this week said it has developed standalone Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps that are designed to create and edit[...]
Rumors abound that Google Play Edition devices will replace the Android phone and tablet series
Last year's Google Nexus 7 is going to be the last 7-inch tablet made by Google, according to an unconfirmed report. The company's next model will have an 8-inch screen.
The latest accessory for the Google Nexus 7 (2013) is an official Asus wireless charging station. The company is also bringing out one that charges through micro-USB.
Samsung and Google may reportedly have made an agreement that will get the Korean company to use a more standard version of Android on future tablets and phones.
With so many cloud storage options at various prices, it's tough to determine which would work best for you and your wallet. TabletPC Review brings you this guide to help[...]
There have been persistent rumors that Google and HTC are collaborating on a mid-size tablet, and these have now essentially been confirmed, thanks to the chip maker Nvidia.
Android is open source, but a few newly leaked documents imply that the popular mobile OS isn't exactly free for manufacturers to use.
Better late than never -- Verizon has started offering last summer's Google Nexus 7. And those who already have an LTE-enabled model are now able to switch to Big Red.
Google has just announced that it is selling Motorola to Lenovo in a deal worth $2.9 billion. This will give the Chinese company a major presence in the U.S. phone[...]
Google will soon replace the Nexus 7 with its own 8-inch tablet, according to a recent report.
In a move to compete directly with the iTunes store, Google has released an iOS edition of an app named Google Play Movie & TV.
With Android's upcoming release ditching Dalvik and taking on a new "Material Design" unified look, the future of Google's mobile OS looks bright... bright and colorful.