Tag: Google I/O

Someone Cracked The Google I/O Puzzle: Event Starts May 7

A developer solved Google’s cryptic post about this year’s I/O, which will apparently take place in May. Google chief Sundar Pichai later on confirmed the event details.

Google January 26, 2019

Google I/O 2018: What To Expect At The Annual Developer Conference

Google I/O 2018 is just around the corner, with the annual developer conference set to start on May 8. Here's what to expect from the event, including updates on Google Assistant and Wear OS, and the unveiling of Android P.

Google May 6, 2018

Google's Next Android TV Dongle Revealed By The FCC: 4K Support, Assistant Voice Control, And More

The FCC revealed a new Android TV device that was recently filed for approval. The dongle is reportedly capable of 4K streaming with voice control via Google Assistant and is expected to be officially revealed next month during Google I/O

Google April 12, 2018

Google I/O 2018 Details Revealed Through Online Game: Are We Really Ready For Android P?

Google revealed the dates and location of this year's I/O developer conference through an online game. The name of Android P may have also been teased, but the question is whether Android users really need another operating system upgrade.

Google January 25, 2018

Forget About Amazon Echo, Google Home Just Got Massive Updates And It's More Powerful Than Ever [Video]

Google Home is turning into a true productivity powerhouse with the latest updates announced at Google I/O. Amazon Echo now has a truly fierce competitor, so here’s all you need to know about the latest Google Home power features.

Gadgets May 19, 2017

Google Debuts Newest Feature Of Its Search Engine: Google For Jobs

Among a slew of announcements and updates at Google I/O is the initiative called Google for Jobs. How does it work to make job hunting easier?

Google May 19, 2017

Google I/O 2017 Biggest Takeaways: Android O, Android Go, Daydream VR, Assistant, Photos, And Home

Google kicked off its I/O 2017 conference strong, announcing how Assistant, Daydream VR, Photos, Home, Android O, and Android Go will be moving forward.

Google May 19, 2017

Say Goodbye To Those Weird Android Emoji Blobs: Google Will Introduce Redesigned Emojis In Android O

After being introduced in Android 4.4 KitKat, the weird emoji blobs of the mobile operating system will finally be replaced in Android O. The biggest change that Google made is the shape, which will become circular like most emojis.

Google May 18, 2017

Google Releases Android O Beta: What Can You Expect From The Updated Mobile OS?

Google launched the public beta of Android O at the annual Google I/O developer conference. Here are some of the new features that users can expect from the new operating system and how they can install the beta version.

Google May 18, 2017

Google Announces Standalone Virtual Reality Headset

At Google I/O the company announced its latest innovation in virtual reality. The company's standalone Daydream headsets will free users from their smartphones.

Wearable Tech May 18, 2017

Google I/O 2017 Starts This Week, What Can You Expect To See?

Google's annual developer conference starts this week, where it will unveil its plans for the next fiscal year. What are some things that could be seen at Google I/O 2017?

Google May 17, 2017

Google I/O 2017 Date Confirmed In A Puzzle

Google has let out the dates for its I/O 2017 event in an innovative puzzle. The puzzle reveals that the Google I/O will be held at the Shoreline Amphitheater from May 17 to May 19.

Google January 25, 2017

Google And Qualcomm Team Up To Get Android Auto Into Cars

Google and Qualcomm have announced a partnership aimed at bringing stand-alone Android Auto to cars. During the 2016 Google I/O, the companies also demonstrated the Android Auto infotainment system in a Maserati.

Car Tech May 22, 2016

Google Project Ara Modular Phone Official Launch Is Closer Than You Think: Here's Why We're Excited

Google's Project Ara modular smartphone will be available to third-party developers by the end of 2016, with consumers getting their hands on the device sometime in 2017.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 22, 2016

Google Daydream Gets Unreal Engine Support: The Future Of VR Gaming Is Bright

Google announced that its VR platform Daydream gets Unreal Engine support. The support for Daydream signifies that it will soon be easier for developers to port their apps into Google's mobile VR system.

Wearable Tech May 21, 2016

Samsung, LG, Xiaomi And Others To Make Android Daydream VR-Ready Smartphones

Google has announced Daydream, a VR platform, during the 2016 Google I/O. Samsung, LG, HTC and more mobile device manufacturers are reportedly developing Daydream VR-ready smartphones.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 20, 2016

Google I/O 2016: From Daydream To Allo, A Summary Of Everything The Search Giant Unleashed So Far

Google made a lot of big announcements, unveiling a range of new products during its annual I/O developers conference on Wednesday.

Google May 19, 2016

Google's Messaging App Allo Uses AI To Compete Against Facebook Messenger

Google unveiled its smart messaging app called Allo at its I/O developers conference on Wednesday, which will compete against Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp.

Apps/Software May 19, 2016

Android Instant Apps Will Forever Change How You 'Download' Apps

Google unveiled its latest project, Android Instant Apps, during its I/O developers conference on Wednesday that will change how users 'download' apps.

Apps/Software May 18, 2016

Google Home Is Amazon Echo Killer? Not Quite

Google announced voice-enabled intelligent speaker Google Home, a direct competitor to Amazon Echo.

Google May 18, 2016

Not Giving Up On Social: Google Rolls Out Group Sharing App Spaces For Android, iOS And The Web

Google is still making space for social networking in its future. It just introduced Spaces and will be talking more about the new online hangout during I/O 2016 this week.

Google May 17, 2016

Google I/O 2016 Expectations: Standalone VR Headset, Project Tango, Self-Driving Cars And More

Google is expected to shed more light about its future plans during Google I/O, which starts on May 18. Project Tango, Android N and a new VR headset are some of the expectations from the upcoming event.

Google May 14, 2016

Google I/O 2016 Schedule Posted: VR Talks, Project Tango And More

Google has uploaded the schedule for its upcoming Google I/O 2016 developer conference this May. The company says the list is still incomplete, with more surprises reportedly revealed as the conference approaches.

Google April 23, 2016

Google Experiments With Android Camera To Integrate Goggles Visual Search Features

Google is reportedly experimenting with a new technology that will integrate the visual search features of its Google Goggles with the Android camera.

Apps/Software March 27, 2016

Android Pay vs. Apple Pay: What Are The Similarities And Differences

Google has unveiled a new mobile payments system that looks and sounds eerily like Apple Pay. Is there really any difference between it and Android Pay?

Apps/Software May 30, 2015

Google And Levi's Want To Turn Your Jeans Into A Touchscreen

Google's R&D experts have developed a touch-sensitive fabric, and now, Levi's wants to put it in a pair of jeans.

Wearable Tech May 29, 2015

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.

Internet May 28, 2015

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.

Apps/Software May 28, 2015

Android M At Google I/O 2015: What We Know So Far

Google is expected to reveal Android M at its upcoming Google I/O developers conference, but some information about the next Android iteration may have slipped out ahead of time.

Apps/Software May 28, 2015

You Can Now Grab Google's Project Tango Tablet For $512 Even Without An Invite

If you’re a developer and want to get started working on 3D apps, the Project Tango tablet could give you a good head start.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 28, 2015

Google Photos App Will Debut At Google I/O 2015: Why We're Looking Forward To It

The long awaited split for Google+ Photos away from Google+ is finally set to take place, with reports suggesting that Google will launch a new Google Photos app at Google I/O 2015.

Apps/Software May 26, 2015

Android M Is Codenamed Macadamia Nut Cookie According To Rumors

Android M, which will be unveiled at the upcoming Google I/O developer conference, has been tagged with the internal code name of Macadamia Nut Cookie.

Apps/Software May 26, 2015

MMM ... Android M Will Debut At Google I/O 2015

Google has announced the Google I/O 2015 schedule, offering up a number of details about what Android M, the next version of Android, could shape up to be.

Apps/Software May 9, 2015

Don't Have Android Lollipop Yet? Android M Announcement Coming At Google I/O 2015

A session description revealed that Google could be announcing Android M at the upcoming Google I/O developer conference on May 28.

Apps/Software May 7, 2015

Google Reportedly Introducing Android Pay At Google I/O: Hello Apple Pay

After Apple Pay’s phenomenal launch, Google attempts to revive its efforts at mobile payments with a new Android Pay API.

Business February 26, 2015

Google I/O 2015 To Take Place On May 28 and 29 - Top 5 Things We Want To See

The dates for Google I/O 2015 have been announced, with Google fans excited to see what Google has to offer this year. Here are five things that we're excited to see at Google I/O 2015.

February 14, 2015

ASUS unwraps ZenWatch Android Wear in Berlin: IFA 2014

ASUS reveals the ZenWatch just in time for the IFA 2014. As the company’s first ever wearable smartwatch, ASUS gears up to compete in the growing market of wearable devices.

Wearable Tech September 4, 2014

Google I/O: Project Cardboard is Google's foray into virtual reality: Is it better than the Oculus Rift?

Virtual reality appears to be the future, and Google doesn't want to be left behind. Project Cardboard is the company's first step, and it is quite significant.

Gadgets June 27, 2014

Google I/O: Chromebooks now supports Android apps: Good or bad idea?

There are now several computer manufacturers creating 77 Chromebooks this year, which increases the need for more apps. With Android apps coming to the platform, users might never have to look at Windows again.

Computers June 27, 2014

Google I/O: Google announces Google Drive for business with unlimited space per user for $10: Is it worth it?

Google is taking the battle to Microsoft in the enterprise with its new Google Drive for business cloud service. Business users gets unlimited space per user for $10.

Internet June 27, 2014

Google Glass gets a few upgrades, helpful features on new models

Google's wearable headset is doubling its RAM and getting some new features. So when will general consumers get their hands on Google Glass?

Wearable Tech June 25, 2014

Google I/O 2014: What to expect and what not to expect

Google I/O kicks off today and it is going to be the place where Google highlights a number of new hardware and projects it has been working on. Expect to be excited and disappointed.

Business Tech June 25, 2014

Google I/O 2014: Will it beat Apple's WWDC by unveiling new hardware?

Google will focus on hardware at this year's I/O developer conference in contrast to Apple's WWDC, which focused on software. What can we expect from Google?

Wearable Tech June 25, 2014

Google might unveil new Android TV set-top box Wednesday: Report

Google is not giving up on the television, even as industry leaders such as Roku, Fire TV and Apple TV soar ahead. Is the company ready to take another jab at set-top boxes?

Gadgets June 25, 2014

Google I/O: It's going to be Android, Android and more Android

The I/O Conference kicks off on Wednesday. Google loves to surprise and wow us, and here are some of the ways they'll probably do it.

Wearable Tech June 24, 2014

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