Google I/O

LG and Samsung lead the pack in Android Wear, available in Play Store

As expected, Google took the stage and showed off their new toys. Android Wear is something that has been talked about for months now and in reality, we weren’t exactly surprised to see the introduction of Google’s dive into wearable tech. For months now, we’ve had reports of top Android partners developing a smartwatch, all […]
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Chromebooks get some Android love, apps and notifications

Normally at Google I/O the presentations and announcements are centered around Google’s two main platforms: Android and ChromeOS. This year was somewhat different, with sub-platforms like Google Fit, Android Auto and Android Wear joining the fray. Another new addition this year is a unique bridge between Android and ChromeOS – soon you’ll be able to […]
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Sundar Pichai to preview next version of Android at Google I/O

Google I/O starts tomorrow, for those of you who weren’t aware. It has become an early Christmas for Android fans and developers. At Google I/O we typically expect to see new additions and updates to our favorite Android features and Google apps. Last year Google I/O didn’t bring forth a new version of Android – […]
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Updated Google I/O App Available

The Google I/O application is not known for getting updates, but when they do it usually means one thing. It means Google I/O is around the corner. The event this year is from June 25th to the 26th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. They’ve had the event there the past several years. Tickets […]
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LG G Watch possible specs and release date leaks

The LG G Watch should be one of the first smartwatches to feature Android Wear this summer. When LG began posting pictures of features for the G Watch, many people were wondering if the “always on” screen would be a hinderance to battery life. In a leaked screenshot from @upleaks, we’re seeing that the G […]
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