Google Officially Rebrands Files Go App to Files

Files by Google is available for download via Google Play.

ANDROID could be set for a major upgrade from Google very soon that will change how you use your smartphone.

Unfolding right now at #AndroidDevSummit!

Today, at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA, we kicked off the Android Dev Summit. Taking a look back at the last 10 years of Android. Then jumping into some important new features for Android developers. Here’s a look at some of the things we shared!

Google Intros In-App Updates API For A More Seamless User Experience

Updating Android applications will likely become a much more convenient process for both end users and developers at some point in the not-too-distant future thanks to a new In-app Updates API introduced at this year’s

Google: Newer Android versions are less affected by malware | ZDNet

Android devices that only download apps from Google Play are 9 times less likely to get malware than devices that download apps from other sources.

Android Dev Summit: Foldables, Kotlin 1.3 support, Android JetPack updates, and more - SD Times

Google adds support for Foldables, Kotlin 1.3, and introduces new capabilities in Android JetPack.

The Comprehensive Guide to Quitting Google

Despite all the convenience and quality of Google’s sprawling ecosystem, some users are fed up with the fishy privacy policies the company has recently implemented in Gmail, Chrome, and other services. To its credit, Google has made good changes in response to user feedback, but that doesn’t diminish the company’s looming shadow over the internet at large. If you’re ready to ditch Google, or even just reduce its presence in your digital life, this guide is here to help.

Android Dev Summit: Google details Kotlin, Jetpack, and instant app improvements

Google kicked off its Android Developer Summit in Mountain View this week with a bang, and support for foldable devices only scratched the surface.

You can soon continue using an Android app while it’s being updated

Announced at the Android Dev Summit, new tools will enable Android developers to force push updates to users’ smartphones. This decision was reached in order to further protect user data as well as shutting down exploits sooner.

News: Announcements and topics from Android Dev Summit 2018

Google has kicked off its Android Dev Summit with some interesting announcements regarding Android Studio and the future of Android development. We've run through some of the major topics being discussed, as well as how you can watch the rest live.

Android developers can now force users to update their apps

How to use your iPhone to follow the long-term impact of your midterms

This midterm election saw a rush of new people coming to vote. Political engagement doesn't stop there, though, and your iOS device will help you continue to have your say.

Banking Trojans sneaked into Google Play store disguised as apps

Android users have once again been the target of malware authors after 29 stealthy mobile banking Trojans have been found in the Google Play store disguised as a multitude of various apps.