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Google Fiber arriving in San Antonio, Texas

We haven't heard much about Google Fiber lately. The last update we remember was about its expansion to four more cities. This second half of the year, the company is bringing to San Antonio, Texas its fast Internet service after expanding in Salt Lake City, Nashville, Raleigh-Durham, Atlanta, and Charlotte.

Google Slides now allows presentations during Hangouts video call

The Google for Work team has added a new feature to Google Slides. Aside from Airplay and Chromecast support which was part of the update released back in June, Google Slides can now be shown during a Hangouts video call. When you need to present something to clients, classmates, and colleagues who are in a different place, you can show your slides via Hangouts.

Samsung to implement new security update process with partners

In light of the Android Stagefright security vulnerability that has frightened users everywhere, as well as Google’s slow response in issuing a security patch to resolve the issue, Samsung has decided that a new security update process needs to be in place. Working with carriers and partners rather than pushing the update directly to consumers has both its advantages and disadvantages, but when it comes to mobile security, there should only be a short waiting period.

Android One finally rolls out in Thailand

Android One is rapidly becoming available in more countries. The mobile platform is now available in the United Kingdom , Turkey, and in several countries in Asia--ready to make bigger waves in the emerging markets. This Android One is Google's entry-level mobile OS for developing countries where resources are limited.

Google Auto LLC to make more self-driving cars

No official or major announcement yet and the Internet giant won't comment on related inquiries but Google is believed to be working on its own automotive company. We don't know if the company will start making cars but the Guardian said that an auto company is being set up according to some documents.

Google Maps and API for Android Wear updated, more travel apps integrated

The Android Wear wearable platform by Google is expected to get bigger and better this year as the Internet giant continues to introduce new features and develop new functions. There's always something new to explore and if you have an Android Wear device, you can get all the information you need even if you are in an unfamiliar area. Why, Google has updated the API for Android Wear and Google Maps app recently to bring data you need in a timely manner.

Android Studio 1.3 released with improved testing, C++ debugging support

As an ordinary Android user or gamer, you may not care about how developers and Google work together. The Android community is one big family that comes together with one aim: to safeguard and optimize the platform. We all know Google has quite a number of continuing efforts to secure and improve on Android. But because there just too many really smart people out there--some geniuses and geeks are still able to hack into Android, devices, and apps. With Android Studio, the Internet giant hopes to provide an integrated development environment (IDE) as they develop on the platform.
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