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Everything Announced At Google I/O 2015

06/14/2015, It has only been a couple of days since the announcements at Google I/O 2015, where the company showed off some of its new software products. We got to see a new version of Android, the company’s new payments service, new features for Android Wear...

Google Now On Tap Demo at Google I/O 2015

06/01/2015, We could not see any demo of the complete new Android M operating system at I/O 2015, but the Google team was showcasing the two main new features, namely Android Pay and Google Now On Tap. Basically, Now on tap will allow users to get a number of...

Android Pay Demos at Google I/O 2015

05/31/2015, Google has officially announced Android Pay at Google I/O 2015, it will be part of the Android M release later this year and it will also be supported on NFC compatible devices running Android 4.4 (Kitkat) and above. Android Pay can be used with Android...

Android M Could Be Debuted At Google I/O 2015

05/06/2015, 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...

Google I/O Will Have Wearables That Will “Blow Your Socks Off”

05/06/2015, 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...

Google I/O 2015 Will Take Place From 28-29 May, San Francisco

02/10/2015, Every year there are several different conferences that one can look forward to, and if you’re a fan of all things Google or Android, then Google I/O is a conference you might be interested in. So when is this year’s Google I/O going to be held?...

Android L Offers New Design, Expands Android’s Potential

06/25/2014, [Google I/O 2014] Google has just announced Android L over at this year’s edition of Google I/O, where Android L is touted to boast of 5,000 new APIs, sporting a whole new look along the way that will hopefully make the Android operating system function...

Android One Announced

06/25/2014, [Google I/O 2014] While those of us living in cities might think it to be rather strange that the rest of the world seems to be missing out on a smartphone, it is widely estimated that more than 80% of the rest of the world does not use a smartphone, and...

Google I/O Image Hints At Redesigned Android Status Bar

06/20/2014, Based on what we’ve seen and heard so far, it seems that Google has been slowly introducing a host of changes to its Android UI over the past months, and more of that is expected to take place with future builds of Android and could debut as soon as...

Android TV Announcement Rumored For Google I/O 2014

06/01/2014, Tomorrow Apple will certainly hog the spotlight after making announcements at its annual developers event, but its not the only company that has an event like this schedule in June. Google is right on its heels with its own developer-focused event....

Google Maps For Android And iOS Get New Navigation UI

05/15/2013, Google made quite a few interesting announcements today at its I/O 2013 conference. Among various other things, a new navigation user interface of Google Maps for Android and iOS was detailed. Google says that the UI has been updated in order to bring...

Google’s Conversational Search Blows Apple’s Siri Away

05/15/2013, A large chunk of Google’s Keynote was about search, and Google used this rather provocative title above to get our attention. Google as already said in the past that it will go towards “answers”  and away from “search”, so...

Google+ Receiving Major Changes To Layout, Hangouts, Photos Today

05/15/2013, Google launched its Google+ social network back in June 2011 and since then, they have made some big changes to the service over the past two years. At Google I/O, the company announced it would be making up to 41 changes to Google+, with many of them...