Google IO’s 2014 keynote announcements are still uncertain, but we can assume some of the latest rumors and related news will make it to stage.
In this edition of the Friday Debate, tell us, what makes you excited about Google I/O? What are the big news you expect to see, and what’s the stuff you hope that Google will unveil? What did you like about Google I/O 2013, and hope to see again this year?
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Android TV rumors came along with the discovery of Google TV’s death. Now we are learning this platform could be launched at Google IO, this June!
Apple has published on its website a pie chart showing the state of iOS fragmentation, indirectly taking a hit at Google’s Android fragmentation.
Is the Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition worth buying? Or is it better to go for another phone — such as the Nexus 4 — and save some money in the process? We explore the pros and cons.
During Reto Meier’s “Android Protips: Making Apps Work Like Magic” session at Google at IO13, Google did what they do best, tease their fans with upcoming Android release juicy nuggets.
And now that Christmas in May (at least for us Android geeks) is over, we give you a very special Android Authority On Air show: The Google IO 2013 recap. First of all, Google IO is a developer conference. We’re saw things focused towards developers and a few brag-worthy stats such as 900 Million Android activations (from 400 million last year), 48 billion app installs from the Play Store, and Chrome being the world’s most popular browser with 750 million users. The Android focus of IO was extremely exciting and amazing. You’re going to say how is this so? Google didn’t…
A new report suggests that the Galaxy S4 Nexus model could be a software-modified version of T-Mobile’s Galaxy S4 unit. Read on to find out more details!
The developers of Riptide GP2 released a video demoing the multiplayer support coming to the game thanks to the implementation of the new Play games services.
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.