As a messaging service, at first blush, you’d be hard pressed to see how Allo is different from other platforms. You sign ... Read More »
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Xiaomi isn’t necessarily a household name in the United States right now, and while the company doesn’t appear to have plans to launch its smartphones in the U.S. anytime soon, the company’s Global Vice President has teased that there’s something big coming up.
Xiaomi’s Global VP — and former Google higher-up — Hugo Barra has ... Read More »
Google I/O is nearly upon us and rumors have been flying about Google creating a competitor to Amazon’s Echo. Now, that competitor has a name. The New York Times is reporting that Google’s unit will be called Google Home and that it will ... Read More »
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Switching between apps to share content has been the basic strategy for quite some time, but Google wants to make it a bit easier to share content with friends and family without having to leap around from one app to another. It’s called Spaces, and Google has just announced it ahead of Google I/O. ... Read More »
Gboard is a new keyboard meant to combat Google’s mobile search problems. In the suggestive text row above the keyboard on iOS, Gboard adds a button that allows ... Read More »
The rumor stems from Gizmodo and Engadget cofounder Peter Rojas, who says Google is working on a standalone headset called Android ... Read More »
With Google I/O right around the corner, those who applied for a ticket but never received the opportunity to buy one have probably given up hope of being able to attend, but that might not be the case. The internet is abuzz today with news that new I/O invites are going out to a ... Read More »
Covering 10 categories ranging from standout startups and best use of Material design, to best family apps, games and use of innovation, the apps were selected ... Read More »
Google I/O is Google’s biggest event of the year, where the company shows off all its newest features, technologies, and Android improvements. We’ll likely see a new version of Android there as well. But the show is also a haven for developers, with events and talks to help you make ... Read More »
Google’s I/O conference isn’t set to begin until May 18, but there has to be time to register, and so Google has launched a dedicated I/O 2016 website for the event more than two months in advance.
On the site, you’ll find a dedicated countdown to the I/O 2016′s start date, May 18, which is showcased in ... Read More »