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Google Beats Lawsuit Alleging Anti-Competitive Practices Over Android Default Apps

Google has come out unscathed from a lawsuit in which consumers accused the company of anti-competitive practices. The basic allegation was that Google requires manufacturers to use a Google version of Android and that the way they place their own apps at the forefront has increased prices and prevented potential rivals from emerging. The main issue is the stipulation that Google's search be default in order to preload Play Services on Android devices.

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Google Updates Search Results With Carousels Containing Relevant Articles And Videos

Google has long dished out a page filled with links in response to search queries, confident you will be able to find what you're looking for in the list. But these days, the search giant has been rapidly rolling out ways to make your job easier. The company has simplified locating movies and learning about video games. You can use the search page to pull up basic healthcare information or even calculate your mortgage.

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[Update: APK Download] Google Launches A Full-Fledged AdWords App For Android—Canada Only For Now

Google has launched a dedicated AdWords app into the Play Store, but it's not yet open to everyone. The company is kicking things off in Canada for the time being, where the app will remain exclusively available until further notice.

AdWords for Android allows users to view campaign stats, receive alerts, update bids, and manage budgets.

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Rumor: Google Working On A Community For 'Amazing Foodographs' Called Tablescape

Last month an interesting rumor circulated on El Androide Libre. According to a tipster who got in touch with Libre by email, Google was working on a new service called Tablescape - an apparent extension of Google+ aimed at foodie photographers.

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Information was relatively sparse (we don't know, for instance, when the service may debut if at all), but the tipster provided Libre with plenty of screenshots, showing a stream reminiscent of Google+, with posts, content creation, and awesome iconography for food categories.

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Russian Search Engine Yandex Sics Antitrust Agency On Google For Being Too Integrated With Android

Yandex is often called "the Google of Russia," for pretty obvious reasons: it owns and operates the largest search engine (by market share) in the country, and it has expanded into familiar markets like webmail, online video, mapping services, and even an app store. Still, Yandex has found that Google's hold on Android is basically unshakeable at this point, so the company has resolved to take advantage of Android's open source nature and provide superior alternatives to its customers.

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Google Maps Street View Takes A 360-Degree Look At Greenland's Ice, Ruins, And Landmarks

Greenland is a beautiful country situated at the top of North America but culturally associated with Europe. Now after working with Visit Greenland and Asiaq, Google is ready to share some of the island's treasures with more of the world though Street View.

You're able to take a 360-degree look at a number of the country's prominent tourist attractions, the most popular of which is the Ilulissat icefjord, a wall of ice the likes of which you just can't find in most parts of the world.

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Developers From Bolivia, Jamaica, Panama, And 9 More Countries Can Now Sell Paid Apps On The Play Store

Developers can be found all over the world, toiling away for hours on a computer as they build cool apps and games for our gadgets. Most of them would like to earn a few duckets for their work, but that's not always possible with certain types of apps and games. Today, the doors are open for developers from 12 additional countries to register for merchant accounts and begin selling paid apps to the world.

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Google Seems To Be Testing Some UI Tweaks For Google+ On Android

From time to time, Google engages in A/B testing with its live products. Flipping switches from somewhere deep in its Mountain View HQ, Google will turn on new design tweaks or feature changes for small groups of users, and measure their impact on engagement. This is generally a helpful process for validating design decisions, and occasionally we catch them in the act and get a peek at what might be around the corner.

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Google Announces Android One In The Philippines With Android 5.1 Running The Show

Google has expanded its budget Android One program into the Philippines today with two devices from local OEMs Cherry and MyPhone. These devices have typical Android One specs, but don't start gloating with your QHD screen and multiple gigs of RAM just yet. They also come with Android 5.1, which you don't have.

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Google's Device Art Generator Adds Android Wear To Lineup

Google's official device art generator is a great tool for making screenshots look pretty. For all recent Nexus devices, including Nexus 5, 6, 7, and 9 (plus a few older devices), the generator has high-quality device frames that will perfectly show off properly sized screenshots. Users can simply drag a screenshot in and then drag the framed shot back out, with shadow or glare effects if desired.

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