We take a look at what we expect to see at Google I/O 2015. Android M, new hardware, Android Auto, TV, and Wear, the smart home, Google Photos, the list goes on and on.
The past week brought us some glimpses of what’s coming at Google IO, including details about Google’s new Android-based Internet of Things operating system. Check this, and the rest of the week’s top news out!
According to technology research firm Gartner, a total of 5.728 million Chromebooks were shipped in the year 2014, and worldwide sales are on track to reach 7.3 million units in 2015.
In this week’s episode of Android Apps Weekly, we continue the saga of Sega removing games, talk a bit about Google I/O, and talk about some new games!
According to @askdes on Twitter, the update to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop with T-Mobile Wi-Fi calling may make its way to the Nexus 6 this weekend.
Artificial intelligence that can emulate human reasoning and even emotions is within Google’s reach, according to a leading AI scientist employed by the company.
According to an email sent out by Google, some people registering for Project Fi might not see their order processed until mid-summer.
According to several Reddit users, the reminder functionality of Google Now is currently broken. The app sets the reminder successfully, but the reminder popup doesn’t fire off at the set time as it should.
Google has just issued a sincere apology for its most recent Maps mishap, and explains that it’s taking great steps to ensure slip ups like this won’t happen again.
According to a new report, Google is getting ready to release a new software platform (code-named Brillo) that will take aim at the Internet of Things.