Google has kept itself busy over the past seven days, having revealed in-app translation for Android Marshmallow and launched the developer version of the mobile operating system.
The company's parent, Alphabet, revealed that it has dropped Google's 'Don't be evil' motto and opted to allow employees to be evil geniuses so long as they obey the law while doing so.
Google rolls out in-app translation for Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Google embedded its translation service into Android 6.0 Marshmallow, allowing text to be translated within apps without needing to bounce between the separate Google Translate app.
Developers using custom text selection behaviour can add the translation feature into apps with the simple addition of a few lines of code.
Google launches Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Google revealed that the next version of Android is rolling out to smartphones and tablets.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow will be pushed out initially to the firm's Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player.
Alphabet drops Google's 'don't be evil' mantra and opts for 'do the right thing'
Google parent company Alphabet revealed that it has dropped the 'Don't be evil' motto, opting instead for a code of conduct based on obeying the law.
"Employees of Alphabet and its subsidiaries and controlled affiliates should do the right thing - follow the law, act honourably and treat each other with respect," the code of conduct instructs.
Google, Twitter and LinkedIn team up for faster mobile web browsing
Google joined Twitter, LinkedIn and other leading tech firms to launch a new open source web platform called Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) designed to load web pages faster on mobile devices.
AMP is based on existing web technologies, and will be offered as an open source framework so that it can be used by any platform on any device.
Nexus 6P vs iPhone 6S Plus
Following the launch of the Nexus 6P, V3 has a comparison of the Google smartphone against rival Apple's supersized iPhone 6S Plus.
Open source solutions provider makes acquisition in bid to shore up cloud development tools business
Aims to "end data bottlenecks"
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