Android VR

Google could reveal Android VR hardware at Google I/O next week

Rumors about #Google looking to step into the virtual reality segment have been floating around for quite some time now. The rumor is further being substantiated by a new source now, who has mentioned that Google could look to show off a new virtual reality based hardware known as Android VR. The source mentions that Google

Android M

Android M goes official, emphasis on user experience

Android M has finally gone official at the Google I/O earlier today and there are a couple of interesting additions to talk about. The announcement of the latest update to Android was barely a surprise as its existence was leaked out a couple of weeks ago and a Google executive even confirmed it recently. So

Android Pay to be discussed at Google I/O today

We have all had our list of expectations from Google for the I/O event that starts later today. And just as we lead up to the event, it is being said that the company could finally show off Android Pay, which has been rumored for quite some time now. The service was partially announced by Android

Google I/O 2015

Registrations for Google I/O 2015 starting today

Google I/O 2015 will be held on 28-29 May 2015. But in order for you to get into the event, you will need to register and then get picked by Google (randomly). Well, if you’re interested in getting into the event on May 28-29, you can have a shot at doing that by registering today. Registrations

Google I/O 15

Google I/O scheduled to take place on May 28-29

The annual Google I/O developer conference usually draws a large number of crowds. And the Mountain View giant has now announced the dates for this year’s event. The Google I/O 15 will be held over a two day period on May 28 and 29 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. The news was shared by Google’s Sundar Pichai

Google posts I/O 2014 video highlights

Missed out on the action from Google I/O? Don’t worry, Google has you covered. The company has uploaded video highlights containing all the key announcements and launches from the event. This will give you a brief rundown of whatever took place during I/O 2014, without necessarily having to go through the entire event video which has

Google Slides Goes Live In The Play Store

This morning during the Google I/O keynote, Google announced that they completed their Google Drive apps and would be publishing the Google Slides app to the Play Store. It is now live as a free download. Google Slides lets you create presentations as part of Google Drive and also lets you import existing Powerpoint presentations to edit. With the

Protestors Get Into The Google I/O Keynote

Today during Google’s I/O keynote, a few protestors managed to get into the room. They appear to be part of the “Occupy Google” protest group, which protests Google, and by proxy Silicon Valley, for supposedly making it impossible for people not in the tech sector to live in the Bay Area. The first protestor claimed

LG G Watch And Samsung Gear Live To Be Sold Later Today

Today at Google I/O, Google further unveiled Android Wear, their foray into wearable technology. They further showed off the upcoming devices and will be releasing the SDK later today. Of course, they announced some release dates for devices as well. The LG G Watch, which was shown off in March, will be on the Play Store later

Moto X+1 Render Leaks Hours Before Google I/O

We’re only hours away from the kickoff of Google I/O with the keynote at 9 AM PDT, but leaks always happen last minute. According to 9to5Google, these images are of a press render of the Moto X+1. Also according to them, the device might be unveiled during the keynote. Perhaps its a device Google plans to give away

What To Expect At Google I/O 2014

Since 2008 Google has been hosting an event that focuses on developers and how they can use the company’s technology in web, mobile, and enterprise application.  Last year’s Google I/O focused more on the Android system with this year expected to do the same but with several new things to be announced. This year’s event

Gear Live

Samsung to unveil Android Wear smartwatch at Google I/O?

It looks like the LG G Watch might not be the only Android Wear smartwatch that will make its debut (and possibly be given away to attendees) at Google I/O next week. According to a report published by CNET, Samsung is also preparing to launch its own take on a smartwatch running Android Wear rather

Android Status Bar

Google inadvertently reveals redesigned Android status bar icons

The Google I/O page has made a rather interesting revelation. The page reveals a device which appears to be the Nexus 5, sporting a rather different looking set of status bar icons. As you can see from the comparison image above, it’s completely different from what we’re accustomed to seeing on stock Android devices. And given