In Android this week we had news of Cyanogen teaming up with Microsoft, Google will let searchers install Android apps from within search results, and Verizon says Android security is not very good.
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Chinese search-engine giant Baidu has officially launched the advertising campaign for its Android-based smartwatch OS, which supports various devices including the Sony SmartWatch 3, Moto 360, and LG G Watch.
Microsoft has rolled out native mobile app versions of Delve, its search and presentation technology, for iOS and Android, as well as enhancements to core Delve functionality.
A new antitrust battle is brewing for Google, this time in Russia.
A search for a good $100 tablet turned up not one but two from a major brand. One runs Windows 8.1 and the other Android.
Ahead of the Christmas break, Google has rolled out a slew of Drive updates that improve file format support, file sharing and document search.
Websites and apps should load faster from Google search for users of Chrome for Android following moves to prioritise slow-loading resources.
Microsoft continues to actively extend its Bing search capability to the Android platform, including Android Wear watches and smartphones.
At the core of the smartphone war is an epic branding fight. Who is the ultimate winner in the hearts and minds of buyers? You might be surprised.
Google's Search app on Android now better caters to the billions of bilingual people in the world.
CyanogenMod is poaching some ideas from Android L, but hold your breath for a release based on Google's new OS.
The search giant has announced that it has created a fork of OpenSSL to service its needs for Chrome, Android, and its other products.
Apple is on the receiving end of a lawsuit in the US over an iMessage bug that prevents former iOS users from receiving SMS messages on their non-iOS devices.
More of Google's voice actions from its networked Glass devices are making their way to Search for Android.
Android Wear is almost a side show---just another screen accessing Google's services---but the search giant is likely to do fairly well in wearables.
New Android malware captures all the victim's SMS and shoots them off to the attacker's email accounts.
Android, iOS and Blackberry top Dice's list of top search terms used by hiring managers at the tech job posting site.
Apparently everyone wants to replace SMS.
Users of Google's Chrome browser on the desktop will be able to search by image, while Chrome on Android gains support for a wider range of gesture controls.
An update to BlackBerry 10 is causing messaging woes for some, while customers using Secure Work Space on Android 4.3 will find their device "unusable".
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