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Google Opens Up ‘Inbox by Gmail’ to All Users

Posted on 29/05/2015 by Chris Hauk

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Google has announced that their Inbox by Gmail app can now be used by everyone, with no invitation required. The search giant also announced that it has updated the app with Trip Bundles, Undo Send on mobile, the ability to select “Delete” as a swiping action, and more.

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Google Announces Android Pay, Unlimited Photo Storage, More

Posted on 28/05/2015 by Chris Hauk

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Google made some big announcements on Thursday at its Google I/O event, not the least were the Android “M” mobile operating system, which features the Android Pay mobile payments system; unlimited photo storage via a new “Google Photos for iOS” services, new features for Google Now, and a HomeKit rival called “Project Brillo.”

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NYT: Apple to Offer Apple Pay Rewards Program

Posted on 28/05/2015 by Chris Hauk

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A new report from The New York Times says Apple will introduce enhancements for its Apple Pay mobile payments service at WWDC 2015 next month. The report’s sources claim Apple will be adding a rewards program to Apple Pay.

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Google Search to Begin Indexing iOS App Content

Posted on 27/05/2015 by Chris Hauk

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Google has announced that its search engine will begin indexing content from iOS app for inclusion in its search results. The new program, beginning in the coming weeks, will allow iPhone users to open mobile app content directly from Google Search.

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Microsoft’s Cortana is Coming to iOS and Android

Posted on 26/05/2015 by Chris Hauk

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It looks as if Siri and Google Now will have to clean out closet space for a new roommate later this year, as Microsoft will be making its virtual personal Assistant Cortana available on iOS and Android Devices later this year.

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Adobe to Remove Photoshop Touch From App Store

Posted on 22/05/2015 by Chris Hauk

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Adobe has announced that it will remove Photoshop Touch for iOS from the App Store and other platforms as of May 28. The company says it will refocus its efforts on other apps in the Creative Cloud suite.

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