It’s been a few months since I/O, and developers continue to go wanting for the GDK they were promised. Rather than commit to a timeframe for when it would be available, Google is instead asking developers interested in Glass to develop for Android.
Seen roaming around the floors of the Moscone Center in San Francisco, was a man wearing a peculiar piece of hardware, mounted on top of prescription glasses, is this the much vaunted Glass for prescription eyewear? Read on to find out.
What do you make of this year’s Google I/O? We’ve asked ourselves this question, and came up with some answers. Join us in the comments.
Google’s Play Music service got a game changing update during the the Google I/O convention, and we’re hear to tell you all about it!
Google I/O 2013 has brought some very interesting information on the Google Glass front, including new apps, an SDK, and more good news for developers.
Google just released a new messenger app called Hangouts, and we’ve done a full review to give you a look into what it’s all about. Read on to find out more!
The lack of support for SMS in Hangouts may be temporary according to the permissions list in the Google Play Store. Google has also confirmed that SMS support is coming to Hangouts. Read on for more info.
Yesterday’s keynote was clearly different from what we saw last year, focusing less on hardware and more on developers. How do the two keynotes compare? What did this year’s keynote say about Google’s future plans?
Google TV has been moved to the latest versions of Android and Chrome, the company has announced, also promising faster updates. Read on for more details!
Joshua Vergara grabs us an interview with Nvidia, gets hands-on with Nvidia Shield, and has a test play of the new Dead Trigger 2 at Google I/O. Check out the videos!