The updated Google Chrome browser will be rolled out over the next few weeks.
Google is rolling out Chrome 66, which includes security fixes, media auto-play changes and the ability to export passwords.
There’s no shortage of web browsing apps on Google Play, and today, Amazon’s added one of its own to the list for some reason. It’s called ‘Internet‘, and Amazon says it’s ‘fast, lite, and private.’ To that end, the app weighs in at under 3MB, features a basic design with a bunch of shortcuts and links to trending news articles on the home page, as well as support for incognito browsing
ZTE, which won't be allowed to buy from U.S. companies for the next seven years, probably including the Android license, is now considered a "potential risk" to U.K.'s national security. Read more...
Chinese smartphone maker ZTE Corp's U.S. woes deepened on Tuesday, as regulators proposed new rules that could cut into its sales, while a supply ban means it may not be able to use Android software in its devices, according to a source.
Chinese smartphone maker ZTE Corp's US woes deepened on April 17, as regulators proposed new rules that could cut into its sales, while a supply ban means it may not be able to use Android software in its devices, according to a source.
Yesterday, it was announced by the US Commerce Department that ZTE had violated terms of its settlement with the government and was being subjected to a seven-year ban of the export of any American goods or technologies for use in its products. Today, according to Reuters, a source familiar with discussions between Google's parent company Alphabet and ZTE says the two are still very much undecided on whether the Chinese smartphone maker will be able to continue using the Android operating system.
THE LATEST PUBG Mobile is now live on Android but not for players on iOS devices, with the patch notes now posted in full by TenCent.
As if losing the ability to purchase Qualcomm chipsets wasn't enough, ZTE's US ban may cost the Chinese company its Android license as well.
ZTE Corp executives are investigating software options for the company’s smartphones after a US technology ban threatened to cut off the operating system at the heart of its devices, a source said.
The latest Android Oreo update finally gave smartphone users the option to include the app of their choice to the platform's autofill options. Third-party password managers are now supported by Google's autofill feature on smartphones.