Google and Facebook are reportedly planning to file court motions in support of Apple as it enters its case against the FBI next week over an encrypted iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooting suspects.
Fly Labs, which has released a number of video editing apps for the iPhone, has been acquired by Google. The team will be joining the Google Photos team and their iPhone apps will be unavailable in the iOS App Store in the near future.
Exchange is Microsoft's corporate email, calendar, and contact service, built on top of the company's lightning-fast ActiveSync protocol. Many companies use Exchange for their email services; if yours happens to be one of them, we've got the guide to help you set it up on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Google is launching a new series of smart hardware devices under the OnHub brand. The first product is a Wi-Fi router developed in partnership with TP-LINK. The OnHub router is designed to be easy to set up and use and is supposed to offer users better wireless connections.
Google has updated its search app for iPhone and iPad, making its voice search much more capable. Asking questions while viewing web pages will now yield intelligent answers based on the context of that page.
In a shocking announcement today, co-founder Larry Page revealed major changes for Google, including he and Sergey Brinn moving on the helm a new parent company called Alphabet, and Sundar Pachai taking over as the new CEO of a slimmed down Google.