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Project Chirp to be called Google Home, reportedly set to debut at today’s I/O

According to a new report Google's Amazon Echo alternative will officially be named Google Home, and it could be heading our way later today.
by Stuart LombardMay 18, 20164

(Update: Android app now available) Google launches Spaces, a sharing tool that creates mini social networks on the fly

Google is attempting to take the hassle out of sharing content by creating a catch-all messaging system that essentially creates social networks on the fly.
by John DyeMay 17, 20167

Google’s Waze brings carpooling to the San Francisco Bay Area

Waze is giving carpooling a go in the San Francisco Bay Area. Riders will have a cheap way to get to work, and drivers can make a bit of cash on the side.
by John DyeMay 16, 20161

These awesome Android experiments won their developers tickets to Google I/O

To encourage developers to come up with weird and wonderful new ideas, the Mountain View company launched a call for Android experiments. Here are the winners.
by Bogdan PetrovanMay 16, 20164

Google is driving another nail into the coffin of Flash

In a move that should surprise nobody, Google Chrome will disable Flash by default on most websites, starting later this year.
by Bogdan PetrovanMay 16, 201623

(Update: not anymore) Google’s stock Dialer now works with more than just Nexus devices

While the app itself has allowed this for a few weeks now, not many users may be aware of its new non-Nexus compatibility capabilities.
by Matthew BensonMay 16, 201698

The EU is about to slap Google with a $3.4 billion fine: The Telegraph

The European Union is preparing to fine Google for anti-competitive practices, according to a report from UK’s The Telegraph.
by Bogdan PetrovanMay 16, 201666

Google for Work president to run Google VR business and operations

This repositioning is strong evidence of how serious Google is taking virtual reality research, as Amit Singh is certainly a valuable asset.
by John DyeMay 13, 2016

(Update: “Android VR” spotted in dev console) Stand-alone Android VR rumored to be unveiled at Google I/O

According to a respected tech reporter, Google's stand-alone headset "Android VR" will be unveiled at Google I/O next week. Android VR has also appeared in the Developer Console.
by John DyeMay 13, 201613

Google wants to use Tango tech to sell interior mapping for VR

Google reportedly plans to expand its Tango team and use the technology to add another revenue stream by selling interior mapping to designers of VR content.
by Kris CarlonMay 13, 20162
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