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New app permissions, Android Pay, a floating clipboard toolbar, and a bunch of new dev tools are under the hood in the newest build of Android.
You'll get prompted to approve permissions when a feature is first used, instead of on installation, which is closer to how iOS works.
There is a new default theme and several drops of Material Design sprinkled throughout the new interface.
Shazam will be the next contestant in the attempt to popularize QR-like codes embedded in posters, print ads, and postcards.
Embracing the shift to apps can help your IT team stay up to date with any issue.
Microsoft's Windows Store tweaks aim to make it easier to find quality apps.
A new study warns that Wi-Fi data collected by applications could be used for tracking.
The move continues Satya Nadella's 'mobile-first, cloud-first' strategy.
Some of the focus may turn to Google Play Services, which usually is one of the top drains on battery life.
Your tablet is a portable portal for watching movies anywhere you want. Here's how to get the most out of every one of them.
The app will make a clean break from Google+ and give you a ton more editing, sharing, and privacy controls.
If you still want Photoshop Touch, you'll need to download it before it disappears for good on May 28.
The newest version of Shazam also lets you launch the app on your phone with voice commands.
Tracking mileage can be tedious, but it’s also necessary, whether you need to report it to the IRS or file for reimbursement from your employer. Here are three apps that make it quick and painless.
Details are still sparse, but we should soon see how Google plans to woo your photos over to its cloud.