Google IO 2014

Calling all developers: get your hands on the Google I/O 2014 app’s source code right now

Jul 31st - Wondering how Google pulled off some of the tricks they used in this year's Google I/O app? As they do each year, Google has made the entirety of the app's source code available for you to dig into.

Video: Google IO 2014 in under 2 minutes, and all the developer sessions you can handle

Jul 15th - In case you weren't there to attend it or missed all our coverage during the show itself, Google is giving us a rundown of all of Google IO's happenings in under 2 minutes.

Reflecting on Google I/O 2014: From our Android community to Android everywhere

Jun 27th - The truth is, even though Google I/O 2014 has come and gone, the best is yet to come. And that’s what’s truly exciting. Before we talk about the future, let’s revisit and reflect on not only the events, but the experiences over the past few days.

Google asks users what Android apps should be available on Chromebooks

Jun 27th - One of the most exciting announcements at Google I/O was Chrome OS devices being able to run Android apps. During the demo they showed Evernote, Flipboard, and Vine running on a Chromebook. What other apps should be added?

Mobile Roar 51: Google I/O 2014

Jun 27th - "Android is everywhere." Everyone always says that, but this year at I/O it was demonstrated on stage. They showed it on watches, TVs, cars, phones, tablets, and even PCs. We talk about all of this, plus Android's new design, and why protesters hate Google.

First look: Android Auto from Audi, Chevy, Honda and more [VIDEO]

Jun 26th - While you won't be able to get behind the wheel of an Android Auto-equipped vehicle for quite some time, Phandroid is here to give you the next best thing: an up-close and personal look at Android Auto vehicles from Google I/O.

Android TV unboxing and first look: specs, pictures, and more [VIDEO]

Jun 26th - Say goodbye to Google TV and hello to the wonder you see us groping in the video inside. This is an unboxing and first look of the Android TV.

Audi, Volvo are among the first to commit to Android Auto vehicles

Jun 26th - Android Auto might not be a very exciting platform for vehicles, but with time it should blossom into something very interesting. Wondering which automobile manufacturers would be looking to bring their first Android Auto-equipped wheels? Volvo and Audi, for starters.

LG is building a Project Tango tablet to go on sale next year

Jun 26th - If there is a theme for day 2 of I/O it's "crazy stuff becoming real." Earlier today a Project Ara device was powered on for the first time, and just a little bit later Project Tango has a manufacturer.

Project Ara gets powered on for the first time in public

Jun 26th - It's alive. Just a few months ago we saw the first prototypes of Google's Project Ara modular devices. Fast forward to today at I/O and the ambitious project is already working with real devices.

Are you buying an Android Wear smartwatch today? [POLL]

Jun 25th - The moment of truth is here: are you buying an Android Wear smartwatch today? Participate in today's poll and let us know your thoughts!

Moto 360: hands-on with one beautiful smartwatch [VIDEO]

Jun 25th - We've finally been able to get our grubby little paws on the Moto 360 smartwatch. It's one of three of the first Android Wear smartwatches, and it's probably our favorite one yet.

Here’s your full list of initial Android L features

Jun 25th - Tomorrow is the big day for Android L, the next version of Google's mobile OS. The Developer Preview was announced today, but no one can use it until tomorrow. What exactly does Android L add?

Samsung Gear Live: specs, hands-on video and pictures, and info you need to know

Jun 25th - Earlier today Google took a quick second to announce the Samsung Gear Live, one of the first Android Wear smartwatches we'll be seeing. We have hands-on, specs, photos and more!

Miss the crazy Google I/O 2014 keynote? It’s now available on YouTube [VIDEO]

Jun 25th - What a crazy day it has been in the world of Android and Google. Our homepage is flooded with announcement posts from the many new things Google showed off. The keynote speech had everything: new designs, new products, new platforms, and even some protesters.