The latest Android Lollipop distribution figures are encouraging as they appear to have almost doubled from the previous month. This is a huge increase which seems to suggest that the latest build of Android is being adopted rather quickly, so how will its successor fare? We suppose it really depends on what Google is bringing to the table but the good news is that we won’t have to wait too long to find out.
According to the Google I/O schedule, Google will be hosting a session for “Android for Work” and in the description of the event, Google makes mention of Android M (it has since been edited and removed), which based on the naming scheme in the past, essentially points to it being the next major Android build. We’re not sure if Google will continue using 5.x or if it will be a jump to 6.0. Read full post →Android M Could Be Debuted At Google I/O 2015
Last year we were treated to a bevy of Android Wear devices from a bunch of different OEMs. It was an exciting year although for the most part, the wearables shown off appeared to be more or less the same in terms of hardware and features, with the main difference being its design. However this year, Google plans on “blowing our socks off” with new wearables.
According to the Google I/O schedule, Google’s ATAP division will be showing off some of the things that they have been working on which includes wearables that “we hope will blow your socks off.” They also add, “Our goal: break the tension between the ever-shrinking screen sizes necessary to make electronics wearable and our ability to have rich interactions with them. Why can’t you have both?” Read full post →Google I/O Will Have Wearables That Will “Block Your Socks Off”