Google IO

Android Auto brings Google into cars in a simpler way

The self-driving car of the future might still be years away, but Google wants to be part of your driving life today. With the...

HTC to update One M8 and m7 90 days after Google releases Android L

Just a few hours after Google announced in the I/O conference that they will be releasing Android “L” (early guesses put it at either...

Android TV hands-on: Google’s real living room presence

Google TV is finally here, but it's not exactly the Google TV we once knew. Learning from the mistakes that brought its TV thrust...

Android One to develop smartphones for emerging markets

At the ongoing Google I/O 2014, the tech giant shared with developers their new program called Android One, which aims to reach the emerging...

LG G Watch pre-orders and availability announced

We've got our first personal encounter with the G Watch, seeing this first generation Android Wear device in action. Now LG is spilling all...

Slides app added to Google Drive; Docs, Sheets updated

Among Google’s many announcements on the first day of its I/O conference, one of the things that got people (well, at least those who...

Moto 360 hands-on: a well-rounded smartwatch

Bad puns aside, Motorola's Moto 360 is definitely going to be the most eye-catching piece of Android Wear to hit the market. But...

Samsung Gear Live hands-on: new wine in old wineskin [UPDATE]

Rumors, and dreams, do come true. A last minute addition but definitely a welcome one, Samsung Gear Live joined LG and Motorola on stage...

Android Wear: what you need to know

Android Wear is here, but is there anything we don’t know about it? The overall aim of Google’s wearable ambitions was laid out months...

What you need to know about Android “L”

Android “L” is coming later this year, and on-stage at Gogole I/O, we got a preview of what the newest version was bringing us....

Here are some neat things to look for from Android this year

At Google I/O, we’ve seen a lot. There have been some amazing new features announced, even if we can’t get to them today. There’s...

Notifications, Lockscreen security changing in Android “L” release

With Android “L” release — which still doesn’t have a name — notifications are getting a pretty neat upgrade. We’ll now get a richer...

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