The Google Hangouts messaging app, rumored for a while, has been announced at Google I/O 2013. More details in the rest of the post.
Google has just announced a redesign of the Google plus application. The UI is now more streamlined and maximises the screen space for your feed. Read on for all the details.
Google has given each and every single Google I/O attendee this year their own Chromebook Pixel to take home. And quote-unquote real OS or not, it’s still a brand new $1,300 laptop.
At Google I/O, the Mountain View giant introduced Google Play for Education, a custom app store designed for grades K-12.
After introducing Google Play Game Services, Google has now launched a much-needed redesign to the Play Store for avid shoppers who happen to use Android-powered tablets.
Google’s Spotify competitor is called Google Play Music All Access and it has been announced today at Google I/O. Find out more details, including pricing information in the rest of the post.
Today, Google’s Hugo Barra presented some of the work that Google has been doing to make the life of Android developers easier.
Google I/O 2013 is in full swing! Google has already announced several new changes to Play Services, including the expansion of Google+ single sign-in features. Read on to learn more!
It’s official, the Samsung Galaxy S4 just got even better at Google I/O. Hugo Barra just announced that the Galaxy S4 will have a Google Edition, running stock Android.
Today, Google officially took the wraps off Google Play Game Services, its attempt at offering mobile gamers the ultimate cross-platform gaming experience. How will Google differentiate it from the myriad other cross-platform game services out there?