Developer support is essential for the survival of a software platform in this day and age, and Google wants you to know that it has plenty of developer support for its wearable platform. During the keynote address at Google I/O 2015 today the company revealed that so far developers have created more than 4,000 apps for Android Wear. It was also revealed that Uber is launching an app for this platform, thus enabling Android Wear smartwatches to call you a car.

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Many companies are working on virtual reality headsets and while some of them might cost fortunes, there are some that are cheap enough to be in the range of the masses. Google has a completely different approach to virtual reality. Last year it launched Cardboard, a virtual reality viewer and this year at I/O 2015 it has unveiled a new version of Google Cardboard that also has support for the iPhone.

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NVIDIA had said in March that it will release the NVIDIA Shield console in May and it has kept its promise. The company announced today that this Android TV powered gaming console is now available for purchase, orders can be placed today at Amazon, Best Buy and NVIDIA’s website. This is the company’s first living room entertainment device and it says that the Shield is going to “redefine your TV experience.”

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googlephotosGoogle is far from satisfied with the announcement of just Android M alone, as the technology giant too, has taken a keen interest in organizing your collection of photos. Earlier this year, we did learn of how Google+ has split into Google Photos and Streams, and here we are with word that the Google Photos app for iOS, Android and Web platforms will come with unlimited storage, now how about that? Time to go nuts, perhaps?

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htc-one-m9-live-2While the world stopped for a moment as Google announced their latest version of the mobile operating system, Android M, you know for sure that the mad scramble among smartphone manufacturers is all but unofficially announced. Seeing that Android M will oust Android Lollipop in due time, you can be sure that smartphone manufacturers, too, would like to ensure that they remained ahead of the game by delivering the Android M update as soon as possible on the various smartphones available.

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Microsoft’s Major Nelson today confirmed the Xbox June Games with Gold titles. These are the games that are provided for free every month to members of the Xbox Live Gold program. In June 2015, three new titles are being provided for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 as part of the Games with Gold program.

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macbook5kIt was slightly more than a week back that Apple unveiled more affordable 27” 5K iMac models, and here we are with word that the MacBook Pro too, will be receiving 5K support as target display mode is still unavailable for the Retina iMac. In other words, the brand new 15” MacBook Pro model would be the third – and hopefully, not last, Apple machine that ships with the ability to drive high-resolution 5K displays, although Apple’s current flagship 5K device, the the iMac with Retina 5K display, does not come with the hugely popular target display mode feature as mentioned earlier.

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Solar energy is a widely used alternative energy source that’s increasingly making its way into average households across the country. However the high initial setup cost makes it difficult for low-income families to move to solar energy, which essentially costs nothing if you take out the installation cost. California is going to lead the way to bring solar power to low-income households, the new project is going to provide them with free solar panels.

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There is just something about this rotund plumber known as Mario who has captivated generations of gamers, first making it big in the highly pixelated era of video games, before moving on to greener pastures in 16-bit titles, and then there was the Nintendo 64 followed by the GameCube and Wii platforms, of course. Oh yeah, who could forget those adventures on Nintendo’s handheld platforms as well? It looks as though Screentendo wants to entice you with such sweet memories while you are at work, as this app will transform your screen into an old-school Mario level, now how about that?

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We recently reported that Google is going to unveil a new operating system for the Internet of Things at I/O 2015 and that’s precisely what it has done today, among other things. Brillo is the company’s new operating system for connected devices aimed at making them work together for smarter living spaces. Google has also announced a new common language for connected devices called Weave.

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