Big news this week in Android: Cyanogen wants to take Android from Google, Microsoft rolled out Office and Outlook for Android, and LibreOffice to hit soon.
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For some third party apps, a partnership with Google Now will be a mobile boon. Others won't be so lucky. Time will tell.
Microsoft is using the code base from its Acompli acquisition to deliver new Outlook apps for iOS and Android.
LibreOffice is still chained to the desktop but it's looking towards cloud and mobile, with an Android version under development.
Google and a security company don't see eye-to-eye over a bug that can cause some Android devices to reboot under a remote attacker's orders.
As we look at how software will be evolving, traditional PC applications and mobile apps have some substantial differences, key among them the depth and flexibility traditional applications offer that are often an anathema to mobile users.
Google finally explains why it's wiping its hands clean of patches for flaws in WebView running on Android 4.3 and below - and what users should do to stay safe.
In the news this week were rumors that Microsoft is thinking about running Android apps, Samsung is changing processors due to overheating issues, and a simple way to get Google apps on custom ROMs.
Almost two years after its initial release on Windows Phone 8, Twitter brings bing translator to iOS and Android platforms.
US consumers may be treated with new low-cost, contract-free mobile data plans, thanks to another project brewing at Google to lower the barriers to internet access.
WhatsApp is now available on your desktop, but only if you use Google Chrome and have the mobile app installed on a non-iOS device.
The Australian Department of Defence has revealed that it will commence its first public cloud trial of Google Apps in April.
The news this week in Android covered a range of topics, including Google ending support on older versions of Webview, a new iPhone-inspired phone appears, and Adobe has released Lightroom for Android.
Apple and iOS had a head start with apps, but now Android has caught up and even overtaken it: how this will play out is far from certain.
The Australian Department of Defence is running a 24-month pilot of Google Apps as its first major step towards using cloud services.
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"Of course, if the dog has actually eaten it, Classroom can't help you," admitted one Google software engineer.
For the first time since Apple launched the App Store, Google surpassed Apple with the highest number of available apps.
Google has released its Chrome Remote Desktop app for iOS, allowing users to remotely access their PCs using their iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices.
One of Jide's founders says Android tablets are "terrible" for doing work, so the company created a productivity-based tablet with 11.6-inch screen, detachable keyboard cover, and the Remix OS, which adds Windows-like features to Android.
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