Articles about I/O 2015

Google Will Provide Update Guarantees For Nexus Devices With Android M
In just a few days Google is going to take the stage at I/O 2015 to announce Android M, the successor to last year’s Android 5.0 Lollipop. The new software is expected to bring many changes and there’s a new rumor which claims that the company is going to provide update guarantees for Nexus devices with Android M. This means that Google will make it clear from the get go which Nexus […]

Android M Internal Codename Reportedly Is Macadamia Nut Cookie
We know that Google likes to name major Android releases after desserts and with the successor of Android 5.0 Lollipop expected in a couple of days at I/O 2015 speculation has started to mount regarding the moniker of Android M, the next major Android release that Google will unveil at I/O 2015. If a new report is to be believed, internally Android M’s codename is MNC or Macadamia Nut Cookie.

Google IoT Operating System Will Reportedly Be Unveiled Next Week
A new report published today claims that Google is going to make a major move into the Internet of Things by unveiling a new operating system for connected objects. Apparently the company has developed an operating system that’s capable of running on low power smart devices while allowing them to communicate with other similar low power smart devices in the vicinity. Internally this software is said to be referred to as […]

Google Is Planning To Make App Permissions More User Controllable
According to a report published by Bloomberg, Google is supposedly working on introducing the ability for users to manage specific app permissions on their devices. The company will provide the Android users to choose what device information can be used by an application. Users will be able to select their preference before downloading the app from Google Play.

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Google Will Reportedly Unveil Android Pay At I/O 2015
We have recently been hearing rumors that Google is looking to revamp its payments service. For that purpose the company recently confirmed the acquisition of Softcard, a deal which will also see Google Wallet being pre-loaded on devices by major U.S. carriers, while it is also said to be working on a totally new project that will help expand its presence in brick and mortar locations across the country.