Google Fiber Internet coming to Parkway Properties in Atlanta, Austin and Charlotte after new deal

PARKLOGOGoogle Fiber Inc. signed a deal with Parkway Properties, Inc. today to bring it’s Small Business Gigabit Internet service to Parkway customers. Parkway says they will be bringing Google Fiber to their office buildings in Atlanta, Austin and Charlotte. Potentially, even bringing it to their entire Parkway portfolio if Google Fiber can expand it’s services.

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New Google Sunroof project to help you tap the power of the sun


One of Google’s corporate principals is to allow their employees time to pursue projects they are interested in, even if it is not part of their regular job duties. These 20% projects can generate some unique opportunities for Google users, like the new Project Sunroof. This project, from engineering lead Carl Elkin, aims to help people tap into the power of solar energy as a way to save some money and go green. Read more

Could this be the upcoming Nexus phone from LG?


This fall, Google is likely to release two Nexus phones in order to appeal to more consumers. The two phones from LG and Huawei are said to have 5.2-inch and 5.7-inch displays, respectively. Both have have not been shy, appearing in reports and leaks months before launch. The only visuals, though, for either phone have come in the form of digital renders. That seems to have changed as an alleged image of LG’s upcoming Nexus device (codename Angler) has been posted on Google+.

Hit the break to see the image.

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Talk Android Weekly Recap: August 9 – August 15, 2015


It was by all means an insane week with the official launch of the OnePlus 2, Samsung unveiling the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5, Google is now run by a parent company called Alphabet, Motorola may have accidentally leaked its upcoming Moto 360 refresh, and a whole lot more.

If you missed out on all of the excitement this week, don’t worry! We’ve gathered up all of the spectacular stories that broke this week for you!

If you’re interested in catching up, just hit the break below!

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SoundCloud enters the world of Casting in its latest update



SoundCloud yesterday took to Twitter announcing that the application now supports Google Cast, allowing users to stream their SoundCloud experience to the ChromeCast or any other Cast-enabled device, such as an Android TV.

The new update also brings with it a bevy of performance enhancements and bug fixes, allowing users to have a more quality audio experience with SoundCloud.

If you haven’t gotten the update yet, be sure to hit the download link below.

Play Store Download Link

source: Twitter

Google-obsessed Nat & Lo wonder what Android M will go by


Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat, and Lollipop are all tasty treats. They are also names of versions of Android launched in previous years. Each year, Google chooses a new treat to act as the symbol of Android. This year, with Android M, the options are vast. So YouTube’s Nat & Lo, who often explore Google’s mysteries, created a musical number on potential Android M names while hinting at their next episode.

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Google Play Services 7.8 includes face recognition and nearby communication


A new version of Google Play Services was silently introduced on Thursday. Google Play Services 7.8 brings two new APIs that are currently available to developers using the Android SDK Manager.

The Nearby Messages cross-platform API is purposed to enable communication between devices and people through Bluetooth, WiFi, and an ultrasonic modem. The Mobile Vision API analyzes surroundings in real-time and detects facial features in images and videos.

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