This week, Google’s been hosting their I/O conference. It’s an annual event where the giant shows off the best they’ve got cooking. And throughout the show, one theme has been clear — Google […]
Every year Google invites hundreds of tech writers and industry insiders for a big conference. It’s where the company announces some of its biggest projects and releases for the coming year, and it […]
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The new Photos app looks very much like the photos component of Google+, but it has a few new tricks, and unlimited storage.
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After living up to its promise of delivering a preview of the mysterious Android L (now Android Lollipop) a few months ago, Google has now rolled out the final build of Android 5.0 for Nexus devices. […]
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As the launch of Android L gets closer and closer, Google’s internal preparations for this visual overhaul continue to spill out onto the internet. This time, it’s the Google Play Store getting ready […]
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We’ve only had Android L in its Developer Preview form for about a week now, but there has already been some incredible discoveries that weren’t part of the keynote presentation. Google’s next update […]
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You don’t need a $300 Oculus Rift developer kit to experience VR, according to Google. All you need is a bit of cardboard and your Android device. Google handed out these makeshift VR […]
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If you take one thing away from Google’s developer conference this year, it’s that soon Android will stop being a brand name that only geeks know about. Despite being around for quite a […]
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Get ready for two hours of Android, more Android, and probably even more Android. Google I/O 2014 is here, and we’re still not 100% sure what Google has in store. Google’s annual developer […]
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Perhaps you’ve noticed the bevy of Android leaks over the last few weeks. There have been clues to the interface, design language, and workflow improvements in Android’s “L release,” and now we may […]
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Google's big conference is right around the corner. Here's what we think will go down.
Remember that new design we said was coming to Google's apps? It's here.
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