The "father of Android" is ready for his next act.
Andy Rubin, who co-founded Android more than a decade ago, is back with a new Android-centric startup. But instead of software, his new company, Essential, is tackling hardware. The company's first product is the highly-anticipated Essential Phone, an Android phone with flagship specs and, at $700, a flagship price tag.
Considering that without Rubin, Android likely wouldn't exist, it's no surprise that the Essential Phone highlights the best parts of Android, even if there are a few bugs.
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Google announced today the addition of a "Questions & answers" section in Google Maps for Android and mobile Search.
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The new feature will be pretty easy to use. Just search for the place you're headed to in Google Maps and open the listing location. From there, scroll down to the "Questions & answers" section.
Questions & answers will let you add your own question, answer someone else's question, or upvote a question already posted with a thumbs up. Questions with the most upvotes will show up at the top of the list so the majority of people coming to the section see it. Read more...More about Mobile, Google, Android, Search, and Smartphones