Alongside unveiling details regarding both the next version of Android OS, and its brand new payments solution – Android Pay, during its I/O conference held earlier today – Google has this week also pulled the wrapping off its revamped (and unlimited) photos service.
There’s some big (albeit, not surprising) news coming out of Google, today.
Splitting off from the social network’s main mobile client to become its own separate offering – last year, Facebook’s official Messenger app has received a notable update, today. Updating to version 26.0, in the last few hours, the popular messaging client now includes the ability to place video calls.
Apple noted early on in the game that it wouldn’t be sharing exact sales figures for the Apple Watch – going forward, instead choosing to lump these figures into the separate “accessories” category of its business – which also includes sales of the Apple TV.
Apple is set to expand its device “trade-in” program, which originally saw its launch in August 2013 – allowing those with older iOS devices to trade them in for an Apple Store Gift Card, that would then go towards the purchase of another handset, to include Android devices.