According to Ara’s project head Paul Eremenko, the goal is to make Project Ara as affordable as possible, perhaps as cheap as $50. Obviously this $50 model will be very basic, but it will then be further expanded through new modules.
Google is trying its hand at a second screen experience, but won’t make you download a special app just to get some new features. Read on for more!
Google+ has now started rolling out a new update that brings quite a few new photo features with it, alongside the expected bug fixes. Read on to learn more!
Google has now announced that they are planning to release their module development kit for Project Ara in April, with their first developer conference taking place from April 15th to the 16th.
After months of waiting, the Google Now Launcher has finally made its way to the Google Play Store. Click here to read about and download it!
Thanks to a partnership with Catlin Seaview Survey Google now has some beautiful new underwater Street View routes for us to explore in Maps.
The new underwater routes are include a few... off the coast of Isla Mujeres and Cancun in Mexico as well as the San Francisco Shoreline and Larvotto Marine Reserve in Monaco. The former location includes the Underwater Museum of Isla Mujere, with s...
This week in your world of Android: Google introduced the all-seeing Project Tango, Facebook bought WhatsApp for $19 billion, more details emerged about the HTC One and Galaxy S5, LG introduced the G2 Mini, Samsung kicked off its KitKat update campaign, and the Tizen-running Gear 2 launched.
Yesterday we found out about Google’s Project Tango, the smartphone that can sense the 3D world around it, and today we have a video of the 3D models it can make. Read on for more!
Google is launching today Project Tango, an Android-based prototype phone and developer kit that’s equipped with 3D sensors and computer vision chips that can track motion and build a tridimensional representation of a room.
Visa and MasterCard will soon make mobile payments easier, and finally accessible, for some Android users thanks to a feature built into KitKat. Read on for more!