Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition Appears On Android Website

Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition Appears On Android Website

We have already seen some leaked photos of the new Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition, although there are no details on when the handset will launch, and it has yet to be officially announced by Samsung.

Now it would appear that the Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition smartphone has been featured in the official Android website, as you can see in the photo above, the handset is pictured without Samsung’s custom user interface, TouchWiz.

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Google Fit Is A New Health Platform For Android

Google Fit Is A New Health Platform For Android

Apple has Healthkit, and now Google has Google Fit, the company unveiled its new health platform at yesterdays IO conference, we have been hearing rumors about the platform for a while.

Google Fit was previewed at the conference yesterday, and Google plans to release a set of APIs that will allow developers to synchronize data across various devices including wearables, like the new Android Wear smart watches.

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Apple And Google Settle Patent Lawsuit

Apple And Google Settle Patent Lawsuit

When Google purchases Motorola Mobility, it acquired a number of patents, Google then decided to sue Apple over these patents, and then Apple counter sued Google, and now Apple and Google have ended their lawsuit and come to an agreement.

Apple and Google have been fighting it our over various patents for some time, and Apple has been suing various handset makers like Samsung relating to Google’s Android OS, the new agreement does not affect Apple’s lawsuits against Samsung.

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EU Court Says Google Must Delete Personal Information

EU Court Says Google Must Delete Personal Information

A European court has ruled that Google must delete peoples personal information from their search results if the person asks that the information is removed.

The ruling comes from the European Union Court of Justice in Luxembourg, and the ruling came after a Spanish man complained to a data protection agency about search results relating to him appearing in Google.

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Apple And Google Offering Developers Deals For Exclusive Games

Apple And Google Offering Developers Deals For Exclusive Games

Gaming on both Apple’s iOS platform and Google’s Android platform is extremely popular, and now according to a recent report, both Apple and Google are attempting to get developers to release exclusive games for their platforms.

Apple and Google are apparently trying to make sure that their platforms get exclusive games, this has apparently been going on for some time, with the two companies, fighting it out to get exclusive content.

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Details On MADA For Google Android Revealed

Details On MADA For Google Android Revealed

Last week we heard about a class action lawsuit that was being brought against Google, and the Android mobile OS. The lawsuit is related to MADA’s or Mobile Applications Distribution Agreements.

When an smartphone makers decides to use Google’s own Android apps on their device, they have to sign a MADA with Google, agreeing to a set of rules relating to Android.

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Google Drive Updated, Asks You To Install Doc and Sheets App

Google Drive Updated, Asks You To Install Doc and Sheets App

Google has recently updated Google Drive app for Android, which brings a number of enhancements and bug fixes to the app. As you all know, Google released separate Docs and Sheets app, it seems the company is integrating them with other apps.

Recently, Google pushed an update for Google Drive which asks you to install Docs and Sheets app if you want editing capability in the app.

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Jury Foreman In Apple Trial Says Apple Should Go After Google

Jury Foreman In Apple Trial Says Apple Should Go After Google

Apple and Samsung recently concluded their latest lawsuit, and Apple were awarded $119.6 million in damages from Samsung, although the foreman of the Jury, who awarded Apple the damages had something to say to Apple regarding the lawsuit.

According to a recent report by the WSJ, Tom Dunham, who was the foreman of the Jury, and an ex IBM employee, suggested that Apple should be going after Google in the future and not Samsung.

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