Google Daydream VR

Google’s confirms intentions to launch a Daydream based VR headset

When #Google announced #Daydream yesterday, fans (like me) were filled with excitement about its prospects in the mobile industry. The company even released a reference design that would allow third-party manufacturers to produce hardware meant for Daydream. This led to speculation that Google wasn’t too keen on building its own hardware. But that doesn’t appear

Google Daydream

Google’s Daydream is Android’s own VR platform

#Google has managed to surprise one and all at the I/O event today. The company covered all its bases as far as announcements were concerned, ranging from Android Wear to Chrome OS and Android TV, of course. Well, not leaving its beloved mobile operating system, Google also announced a major feature with Android N, known as

Xiaomi Mi Box

Xiaomi Mi Box with Android TV coming to the U.S. soon

#Google has just announced its partnership with #Xiaomi to bring the Mi Box to the United States. This will be running #AndroidTV on board and will be equipped with all the new Android features that were shown off by Google earlier today, including Daydream. The American Mi Box will not be any different from the

Android Wear 2.0

Android Wear 2.0 now official, brings some interesting new features

It’s like Christmas for tech lovers today with #Google taking the wraps off some new services and updating some existing offerings (like Android N). On the occasion, Google also decided to share a few details about the latest refresh of Android Wear, aptly named Android Wear 2.0. It seems like this particular refresh will be more

Acer Chromebook Deal

Play Store and Android apps officially coming to Chrome OS

Before the Google I/O event commenced a few hours ago, it was largely believed that #Google w0uld have some good news in store for Chrome OS users. Well, that news has finally been broken, with Google announcing the imminent arrival of Android apps and Play Store for the Chrome OS platform. This would finally help the

Google I/O

Google I/O 2016 scheduled for May 18-20

#Google CEO Sundar Pichai has announced the dates for the 2016 Google I/O event. This annual developer event will be held between the 18th and 20th of May at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. Naturally, the company will also offer a livestream via YouTube of all the events taking place during the course of