Pantech Files for Bankruptcy In the US
Pantech's U.S. operations filed for Chapter 15 bankruptcy today, following similar legal moves in the company's home market of Korea. The company has been in receivership since August and put itself up for sale last month. Chapter 15 bankruptcy is reserved for organizations that need to protect themselves when their international parent company becomes insolvent. Pantech has been trying to restructure its debt all year, but has so far failed to do so. It believes it can get about $366 million by selling off the entire company. If there are any bids for the failing phone maker, they have not yet been made public.
Nov 8, 2018
Google today said it is rebranding its mobile app for managing on-device storage and sharing files with others. When Files Go first launched in December 2017, its goal was to help people whose devices had limited storage.
Nov 9, 2017
Google is testing a new application for Android phones that can help people better manage on-device storage. Files Go, according to Google, can be put to use to clean up space and keep files organized.
Mar 22, 2018
Google today updated Files Go for Android devices and introduced several new features to the file management app. Files Go on Android now supports file search.
Dec 5, 2017
Google today released the final version of Files Go, its new file-management app for Android. The app serves multiple purposes: it includes a file browser, local file transfer tool, and a tool to help free up storage on your phone.