Google Assistant has spread to many different Google products like newer Android phones, Android Wear 2.0 wearables, the Google Home, and more. But with the release of the Assistant SDK developer preview, it might soon come to many more.
Google Cardboard seemed like a funny joke at the time, a little toy to play with for those who attended Google I/O. But no, it’s a lot more than that. Google Cardboard has evolved into Google’s embodiment of its push for virtual reality. Instead of Read More »
Ready to get your Google Fit on? Google has just released a preview of the recently announced Google Fit SDK, giving developers a chance to wrap their brains around how they’re going to use your phone, smartwatch, connected scale and more to help keep you fit and healthy.
The LG G3 is a great phone that deserves great accessories. One of those accessories is the QuickCircle case, which is similar to Samsung’s S View case in that it has a window that lets users view and interact with certain features on the lock screen. The QuickCircle uses a circular design, so it requires a bit of ... Read More »
HTC’s new Duo Lens camera on the HTC One (M8) is a strange feature. Some claim it’s awesome, allowing you to adjust focus on shots after they’ve already been taken, and some think it’s incredibly gimmicky, pretty much on Samsung’s level (that would be me). HTC’s implementation of the two sensors doesn’t seem to be ... Read More »
When a company is creating a wearable device, it has a lot of options for operating system and implementation. Everything has to be made from the ground up, and it’s a lot of work for smaller companies. Plus, companies don’t even use Android many times. The new Samsung Gear 2 devices use Tizen instead of ... Read More »
The Chromecast came out as a very limited device, but for a meager $35, it was still amazing and super useful. People tried to get around its limitations with features like the ability to stream local content, but Google didn’t care for that and ended up blocking those efforts until the official release of the ... Read More »
PlayStation Suite has just gotten a step closer to becoming more relevant. Sony will be opening a beta version of the PlayStation Suite SDK, which will improve the lack-luster variety of games available. Now that Sony is in charge of its mobile department, the company is set to make some major improvements. And ... Read More »
Swiftkey X has become one of the most popular third-party keyboards in the Android Market. With over 5 million downloads, this mind-reading keyboard is saving millions of keystrokes around the globe. This is all thanks to its unbelievable prediction and correction capabilities, which will now be available for all manufacturers thanks to the SDK ... Read More »
It has finally happened, folks. The Menu button is officially dead. The Android team at Google just announced that Android no longer requires a dedicated Menu button. Of course, that doesn’t mean that some OEMs won’t try to stick it on their devices. But for all Google cares, the dedicated Menu button is ... Read More »