Microsoft products, or at least some of them. One such software is OneNote, which Microsoft has just expanded to be available in over 50 countries covered by Google Play Store.
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Google finally released their brand new and impressive 2013 Nexus 7 to the Google Play Store with the option for 4G LTE, after over a month of WiFi only sales. With many patiently waiting to snag the LTE model we were glad to see it finally arrive. Fast forward to today however, just one week later, and it's no longer available.
announced their Chromecast media-streaming dongle back at the end of July, it was met with tons of excitement. So much in fact, that they've been having a rather tough time keeping it in stock. It's been sold out and in and out of the Google Play Store for a few months, not to mention Amazon and Best Buy having the same troubles. Today though, Google finally has more.
Hugo Barra, Microsoft wishing they were cool and had a Google Now, and other things, we wanted to mention some updates. As usual, there's too many to mention but a few important apps received updates today. As well as some we figured you sports and NFL fans might want to check out.
Symantec published figures revealing the number of such apps published on Google Play Store. Based on the figures from January to August this year, it seems that last month was peek season for scammers developing Japanese one-click fraud apps.
Nexus 7 tablet this afternoon. After over a month of waiting and wondering about the 4G LTE version of their new tablet, we can now confirm the 32GB 4G LTE new Nexus 7 is available today, right this moment. Google just dropped the news on their +Nexus channel.
4.4 KitKat, the Samsung Galaxy Gear, Note 3 and more all making headlines. So while you're all busy watching our IFA hands-on coverage, we figured a quick update on some important applications was in order. There's plenty of apps getting updates this afternoon, but here are a few big ones.