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The new feature means participating apps can accept search terms straight from Google Search, integrating Google's features deeper into the ecosystem.
After spending the last 18 months retooling Facebook as a "mobile company," the next front is pushing those developments to the open source community.
Google isn't exactly the first to the robotics game and if it's going to differentiate its bots the company will need its Android and cloud computing to do the heavy lifting.
According to Amazon, this holiday shopping weekend was the "best ever for Kindle," with customers clicking buy on more Kindle Fire tablets and Kindle e-readers than ever before.
HP's latest Intel Haswell Chromebook is available now with free monthly LTE and available in bold colors. It's a rocking Chromebook that enables efficiency with the large display and keyboard.
It’s not often that a manufacturer introduces two devices with so much in common, on different platforms. Here's how the two devices stack up, side by side.
Available on both Android and Apple iOS, the new TextGrabber + Translator supports 40 world languages. But it's not the only game in town.
Microsoft's concern about competition from Chromebooks may become clear as shoppers look for gifts for the holidays.
India's Idea Cellular offers an attractive incentive for post-paid subscribers by reducing its international roaming tariffs for both voice and data, offering savings up to 95 percent. But local SIM cards may still be cheaper options.
The new system has a focus on mobile applications and Police want a backup proposal in case they decide not to go to the cloud.
Java and Android IDE arrives with Java EE 7 support and improves from Android Studio collaboration.
Top US officials have expressed concern at reports that Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is set to build a new broadband network in South Korea that Washington sees as a possible spying risk.
While Apple caused many people to take an interest in the tablet market, Google jumped right in and Android is the leading tablet operating system as well as the leading smartphone operating system.
A great tablet can be made even better by augmenting it with accessories, and there are some awesome add-ons for Amazon's flagship tablet.
Can the country that took Windows Phone to its heart do the same for the Mozilla operating system?