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Google I/O 2015: Here's What Happened

Google I/O 2015: Here's What Happened

There was unlimited photo storage, Android M, Virtual Reality, YouTube offline, 'Now on Tap' and more. Google packed a lot of cool new tech into its Google I/O 2015 and here are the best bits.

Google Previews Upcoming Android M Mobile OS At I/O

Google Previews Upcoming Android M Mobile OS At I/O

Google has offered a preview for its upcoming mobile operating system, currently dubbed Android M. The company highlighted six areas of improvement during Google I/O 2015.

Google Photos Offers Free Unlimited Storage For Images And Videos

Google Photos Offers Free Unlimited Storage For Images And Videos

Google is now offering free unlimited storage for all your photos and videos. The new Google Photos platform was announced at Google I/O 2015.

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