Android is no longer just an operating system for smartphones and tablets, it can be found in your TV, in your car, on single board computers and in robots.
Alongside the launch of the Nexus 6 and 9, Google has unveiled its Nexus Player. A small entertainment hub that offers access to your favourite TV shows and Android games.
Remember that rumored Nexus TV we heard about last year? It might have already been launched, under a different name and for different purposes.
It’s not an official release, but a version of XMBC has been compiled and has been shown working on Android TV. This is great news if you like XBMC.
As Smart TVs and digital set top boxes evolve, we wonder what the future of Smart TV looks like and if our phones and tablets should play a center roll in this future.
As Android is moving beyond the smartphone screen, Google is asserting control over the platform in a way that contrasts with its initial “everything goes” approach.
This week in your world of Android: Google I/O brought us Android Wear, Android Auto, Android TV, and a preview of Android L release, Android One was announced as a way to bring more smartphones to developing countries, Chrome OS and the Chromecast got some big new features, we learned that Nexus is here to stay, and we heard a couple of juicy Note 4 rumors.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s Android Weekly.
Android TV may have conquered our hearts, but will they take over the smart TV market? We have yet to see, but so far it is looking good!
Months ahead of Android TV’s anticipated arrival, the Android TV remote control and Cast Receiver apps have arrived to Google Play.
Google has finally lifted the lid on its plans for the living room, unveiling the all new Android TV at Google I/O 2014. Here’s everything you need to know.