Google Now will soon be able to understand up to seven languages and switch between them as needed, without the user’s input. Users will first need to select the secondary languages from the settings, but after that, switching between languages will happen seamlessly.
Google’s Cardboard turns out to be an inexpensive VR headset
This cool new commercial from Google shows how the technology giant hopes people will use its Android, Android Wear, Android Auto, and Android TV products. Sure, it may not go as smoothly in real life now, but a seamless, consistent cross-device experience is what Google is striving for.
New Android developer tools: Google Fit, Play Games extension, and new testing tools
Google is previewing the Android L release, due for the fall, on stage at Google I/O, and one of the big components of the new OS is improvements coming to the performance and battery life of Android devices.
Google officially announces Android L release – everything you need to know