Google, following the trend it follows every year, has set the I/O conference at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California this year too. The event will kickstart on May 7th and go through until the 9th. At the conference, Google will introduce Android Q and updates to its products. Continue reading “Google I/O 2019 scheduled from May 7 to 9”
Google has finally revealed dates for its annual developer conference for 2018. It will be held from May 8th – May 10th. The company has not officially announced the dates but instead it had shared a puzzle like last time. Continue reading “Google I/O 2018 scheduled from May 8 to 10”
Google CEO Sundar Pichai at Google I/O in Mountain View announced that the company has passed 2 billion active devices on its Android platform.
The growth is quite astonishing considering that Google has added nearly 400 million devices powered by its mobile operating system since September 2015 when it last reported this figure. Continue reading “Android surpasses 2 billion monthly active devices”
Google’s next Android iteration is rumored to be called as Android O. A latest report from Venturebeat reveals that the company is working on new smart features for Android O. Continue reading “Google is said to be working on new smart features for Android O”
Google has finally revealed dates for its annual developer conference for 2017. It will be held from May 17th – May 19th. The company has not officially announced the dates but instead it had shared a puzzle on GitHub. Continue reading “Google I/O 2017 scheduled from May 17th-19th”
Google at I/O 2016 announced that it is bringing some of the Android N features to Android TVs, along with the release of OS later this year. Continue reading “Android N features set coming to Android TV and Chromecast: Google I/O 2016”
Google at I/O 2016 introduced Android Instant Apps platform for developers. What this will do for normal users is that when they will tap on an Instant App URL, it will run that that particular app without having to install it. Continue reading “Google introduces Android Instant Apps, works without installation”
Google at its annual developer conference (Google I/O 2016) in Mountain View announced a new VR platform dubbed ‘Daydream’, built for smartphones, headset & controllers, and apps. Continue reading “Google Daydream high-quality Virtual Reality platform for Android N announced at I/O 2016”
Google seems to be emphasising a lot on keeping people connected at Google I/O 2016 and the Duo app is quite similar as its companion app, Allo. Duo is a no nonsense mobile only one-one video calling app that focuses on making the process as simple as possible for the user.
Continue reading “Video calling is now simpler than ever thanks to Google’s Duo app”
While a great many number of smartphones are releasing now with Android Marshmallow 6.0, quite a few are yet to receive the update. However, that doesn’t stop rumours and information regarding the next Android version from popping up. New images now give us a sneak peek at what to expect from the next major Android update especially with the notification drawer.
Continue reading “Screenshots give us a glimpse of upcoming Android N’s UI”
It’s taken a while but USB, the ubiquitous standard finally introduced a new reversible connector that is termed as Type C. We’ve already seen adoption amongst hardware manufacturers and now with Android M, Google is all set to take it up a notch in terms of capabilities.
Continue reading “Android M will let USB Type C equipped phones recharge other devices”
Google is reportedly set to separate its online picture sharing and storage service from Google+, and will announce it as a standalone service some time during its I/O conference later this month. Continue reading “Google’s standalone Photo sharing and storage service coming this month at Google I/O: Report”
While we all wait with baited breath for Google to announce the next generation of Android at its annual Google I/O event, it turns out we might be in for a bit of disappointment. Rumors have surfaced that the next update will still be a part of the Jelly Bean family.
Android build numbers traditionally start with the letters of the variant. So, Android Key Lime Pie based OS builds will have the K suffix. The folks over at Android Police have discovered server logs and reports that detail an OS build showing Android 4.3 JWR23B which means that it is based on Jelly Bean. With a bit of IP tracing it has been discovered that the build numbers were from the Nexus 7 and Nexus 4 coming from Google employees. Continue reading “Android 4.3 Jelly Bean might be announced at Google I/O”
Google just revealed Android 4.1 at its annual I/O event bringing along with it a significant number of new features. From Project Butter to improved notifications, we bring you the low down on all that was announced.
Continue reading “Android 4.1 Jelly Bean : Complete Guide”
Google is expected to announce its first foray into a Nexus branded tablet device. Ahead of the Google I/O event, Modaco has managed to get its hands on the complete spec sheet and product images from the Play Store servers. The tablet will presumably be the first device to run the next generation Android Jelly Bean OS.
Continue reading “Google’s Nexus 7 tablet revealed, Comes with quad core Tegra 3 processor”