Google is today rolling out support for the Burmese language in Gmail. Users in Myanmar can now find an option for their language in Gmail’s settings pane.
The search giant continues to reach out to China, even if its consumer-facing presence there remains minimal.
Japanese consumers will be the first outside of the US and Canada to receive the Android TV-powered device.
18 teams are vying for the top prize, but Hakuto is moving into the top class. The extra cash is nice but the December 2016 deadline remains.
Now that Motorola is owned by China’s Lenovo, Moto is making a return to the country - but minus all the Google apps.
Gmail is back in China. Sort of. Well, OK, it's really screwed up and it could take you more than 10 minutes to send a simple email...
Bangladeshi phone maker Symphony Mobile, in partnership with Banglalink and Google, unveiled the Symphony Roar A50, a budget smartphone which runs on Android One. Priced at BDT 8,700 (US$111), the Sym...
Gmail users in China are this weekend finding that Google’s email service is totally inaccessible in the country.
With an aim to make smartphones accessible to an estimated 200 million people, Google today announced the sale of Android One phones in Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka in “the coming weeks”. Google’s...
A look at the year in search, courtesy of Google.
Today, Google Play unveiled a banner ad on the Play Store announcing its Newsstand now includes Indonesian content. Google has had a hand in the news aggregating game for quite a while now, making imp...
Today, more apps, tools, and resources are being built specifically to help budding entrepreneurs overcome roadblocks.
CocCoc, a Russian-backed Vietnamese search engine, just released its Mac browser. And it’s set on kicking Google out of Vietnam.
Finally, after years of waiting, app developers in China can now make money from their Android apps in the Google Play store.
The top showroomers are Vietnam’s shoppers. 40 percent of them stand in a store whilst cross-checking the prices online.
Andrew McGlinchey, lead product manager for APAC at Google, discusses how Google products make their way eastward from California.