Eagerly awaiting the public launch of the first Android Wear hardware? If so, I’ve got some good news for you, friend.
Project Ara is the long-awaited effort to bring a modular smartphone to the masses. Instead of buying a smartphone and tossing it out when you upgrade, you’ll be able to swap out modules just by pulling them out and sliding new ones in. Everything from the processor to the display will be replaceable, and it seems people love ... Read More »
Google’s list of acquisitions is growing once again today, as the Big G has snapped up streaming music service Songza.
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Google Play Music All Access, Google’s subscription based music service, doesn’t have a great name. It’s a pretty fantastic service (when it isn’t freezing) with a big selection of music, but the name is simply too long and cumbersome to say in conversation. But according to some quickly removed text on a Google page, the ... Read More »
Over on Google’s official “Android Phones & Tablets” web page, there’s a section that highlights the Nexus 5 ... Read More »
Android Auto, a fork of Android for in-car entertainment systems, was announced yesterday at Google I/O 2014. With over 45 partners onboard, we expected to see announcements coming soon and this morning brings two big ones from Volvo and Audi. They vary a bit, so we’ll get started with Volvo’s ... Read More »
Google’s I/O 2014 keynote just wrapped up and while the conference carries on through the rest of the week, this keynote knocked out all of the biggest announcements in a single sitting. We’re talking everything from smartwatches to Android in practically everything you can find. So without further ado, here are the major highlights of ... Read More »
Today at Google I/O, Google announced its new Google Fit platform, a service to aggregate and collect your fitness data in one area. The platform is a collection of APIs that can be integrated into health and fitness apps to bring them into the Google Fit web. Once the user gives permission, the app can ... Read More »
Rumors have been going haywire about the next version of Android, and now Google is giving us a look at it. Currently codenamed Android L, this next version of Android is the biggest overhaul of Android to date. Not only is it a huge change behind the curtain, with over 5,000 new APIs, but it’s ... Read More »
If you’ve been following the Chromebook news lately, you may have seen a thing or two about Verizon and Chromebook Pixel owners. What went down was that Chromebook Pixel owners who purchased the LTE model were promised 100MB of free Verizon data every month for 2 years. Well, about a year into things, some Pixel ... Read More »