New Google Photos standalone app offers unlimited free storage

May 28th - Google unveiled its new standalone Photos app at IO today, but the biggest feature was unlimited storage for free.

Google Now on Tap uses next gen contextual awareness to enhance your app experience

May 28th - We thought third-party app support would be the coolest thing headed to Google Now this year, but we weren’t even close. Google has announced Now on Tap, a new context-driven element for Google Now that’ll help you figure stuff out, take action and look up information related to what you’re looking at on your phone. […]

Google Photos is new again with brand new features and less Google+

May 28th - Google has always taken photos seriously. For a long time they've offered one of the best photo editing and management experiences available, and Google+ remains to be the best social network for photos. Today they've taken a fresh approach to photos again.

Google announces Project Brillo and Weave, their new platform and language for ‘Internet of Things’

May 28th - Fresh off the stage from Google IO 2015, Senior VP Sundar Pichai has officially taken the wraps off Project Brillo, their new platform for the “Internet of Things.”

Google announces Android Pay to replace Google Wallet

May 28th - Today during the annual Google IO keynote, Google announced Android Pay, the long awaited successor to Google Wallet.

Android M battery lasts 2X longer than Lollipop thanks to new “doze” feature

May 28th - If you were watching the Google IO 2015 keynote, you've gotten an early look at some of the things Google's doing for Android M. One of the biggest things they announced was a feature called "doze," and it has everything to do with saving precious juice on those petite batteries.

Apps in Android M only ask permission for things when they need it

May 28th - One of the rumored features of Android M was more control over app permissions, and now it has come true. Google has formally announced that Android M will allow users to have much more control over which permissions apps need.

Official: HBO Now is coming to Google Play with Chromecast support

May 28th - When HBO announced its online streaming service that doesn't require a cable subscription -- dubbed HBO Now -- it was exclusive to iOS, but we quickly learned that wouldn't be the case for very long. Thankfully that was accurate: Google has announced that HBO Now will soon be headed to Google Play.

Mobile Roar 94: Google IO predictions, Cortana, Periscope, and more!

May 28th - The tech world is about to be buried in Google IO news, so we make some predictions before the big event. Also, Cortana is coming to Android and iOS, but is that a bad thing for Windows Phone?

Here’s where to watch the Google IO live stream online today starting with the 9:30AM PST keynote speech

May 28th - What better way to be made privy to all the info being unleashed at Google I/O than to see it all for yourself? As usual, Google will be live streaming much of the goings-on at the Moscone West this week, and you can watch it right here on our Google I/O Live portal.

Lenovo reveals $49 Chromecast competitor, projector smartphone and a smart watch with a 2nd display

May 28th - Lenovo had a lot of interesting announcements to make at their Tech World conference in Beijing today, including a Chromecast competitor, a laser-projection smartphone and a smart watch with a secondary display!

Google introduces cross-platform URLs for deep linking inside of apps

May 27th - Google is supercharging their short URLs with the ability to deep link into apps. Developers that have taken advantage of Google's new App Indexing -- available on both Android and iOS -- can create URLs that take users to specific places inside their app.

Ads on Google Search will soon have a “buy” button for easy purchasing

May 27th - We're sure Google has a ton of new developments in store for this year's Google I/O developers conference, but they're already spilling the beans on one new feature that will help them drive business to their customers and better compete with Facebook and Amazon's ad business.

Verizon LG G4 up for pre-order tomorrow, arrives in-store June 4th – LG G Pad X8.3 available tomorrow as well

May 27th - If you're on Verizon and can't wait to get your hands on the LG G4, you can get a head start tomorrow, May 28th. That's when pre-orders for the Verizon version will officially kick off and yes, it'll come with all those goodies we told you about.

We’re here: Google IO 2015!

May 27th - After making 22 bold predictions about Google IO 2015, we jumped on a plane, flew to San Francisco, and got in line with hoards of others to grab our passes for tomorrow's huge keynote presentation.