According to a new report, YouTube is working on its own Internet TV service called Unplugged, with plans for launching it to public sometime in 2017.

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Here’s a step-by-step guide on how you can enable YouTube’s upcoming Material Design interface right now before Google officially launches it for everyone.

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The Google Maps app for iOS has just been updated, bringing in new Travel Times widget, additional navigation settings, and more. Here are the details.

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Google has today launched a new way for users to accessorize their Nexus phones with. The company is calling its new accessory Live Case. With Live Case, Nexus users get the ability to have any of their favorite photo, or even a Google Maps location, printed onto a case. It looks pretty cool! Google will be charging $35 for each case, and is currently supporting the Nexus 6, 5X, and 6P line of devices.

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Google has just made available to download Android N Developer Preview 2 for Nexus 6P, 5X, 6, 9, Pixel C and Android One General Mobile 4G devices.

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A new research report has given us an in-depth look at the variations between popular emoji characters and how they are perceived by individuals that receive them on varying device types, often resulting in entirely different interpretations. How varied can this experience be? Let’s find out.

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Here’s a Android N vs iOS 9 feature comparison in the view of Google taking cues, inspiration, copying features from Apple’s iOS.

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Google could be planning to make a move that could bring about large-scale changes for the Android platform, and in turn, for those that develop and produce apps for the world’s most popular mobile operating system. Executives from Google, along with decision makers from other tech companies like Uber and Facebook, have reportedly been in attendance at a meeting solely put in place to discuss Apple’s Swift programming language. Google has potentially seen enough about the power of the open-source language to be seriously considering adopting it as a “first-class language” for Android going forward.

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Google has today announced that all of its Google Play family of apps are set to receive a visual makeover, or at least their icons will. In a blogpost by Jonathan Chung, Visual Design Lead, Google Play, Google announced that all six of its Google Play apps will get new, more colorful and friendly icons.

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Google has today announced Fiber Phone, a new home phone service that uses Fiber as its connectivity backbone and gets users unlimited local calling and nationwide calling.

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Google has been working internally for a number of months to create a third-party iOS keyboard that would be offered to iPhone and iPad users, according to a report published today. The keyboard, which would make use of the third-party keyboard frameworks within Apple’s iOS SDK, will be offered as a download from the App Store – presumably for free – and will incorporate features and functionality that Google is hoping will give it a more prominent placing within Apple’s ecosystem by offering a keyboard experience that is central to almost every aspect of smartphone and tablet usage.

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Google has flipped the switch and released a new Android N preview update. Considering the fact that first Android N preview build was only officially announced and released about seven days ago, it is kind of surprising that there’s already a new update making its way to devices. Google is expected to continually progress Android N over the remainder of this year based on testing and user feedback.

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The saga of smartphone loyalty faux pas continues. This time it’s Alphabet/Google chairman & former CEO Eric Schmidt who has been caught taking photos with an iPhone.

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Here’s a guide on how to enroll into Android Beta Program and install Android N preview OTA update on Nexus devices the easy way.

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Google has made Android N official now. Here are all the new features and changes coming soon to an Android phone and tablet near you.

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Android N 7.0 has been announced. Preview images are available to download for Nexus 6P, 5X, 6, 9, Nexus Player and Pixel C. Here are the details.

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Rumor has it that Google’s 2016 Nexus phone will feature iPhone 6s-like 3D Touch functionality, and will run Android 7.0 N out-of-the-box. Here are the details.

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Google’s big developer conference, Google I/O 2016, is set to kick-off on May 18th and the company has now launched a new, dedicated website that not only features a handy countdown timer, but will also be the place to go to stake your claim for a ticket when registration goes live on March 8th.

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Here’s a comparison between Amazon Fire TV Stick 2015 vs Google Chromecast 2. Before you make your purchase, you might want to check out these 10 reasons why Fire TV Stick is better than Google’s offering.

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Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai has joined a number of other high profile individuals in expressing his opinions on FBI’s demand for Apple to provide backdoor access to an iPhone 5c that forms part of the San Bernardino shooting case. A federal judge has ruled that Apple must indeed assist law enforcement in granting access to a seized iPhone 5c that belonged to one of the shooters accused of killing 14 individuals in California. Commenting on the situation via the use of social media, Sundar Pichai called it a “troubling precedent”.

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