Open Automotive Alliance
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.
Jan 17th - At CES 2014, Google and it's partners formed the Open Automotive Alliance, hoping to revolutionize the automotive tech industry just as Android and the OHA revolutionized mobile. One of those partners - Audi - wasted no time, showing off a sleek Audi Android Tablet soon to be found in their cars.
Jan 6th - We thought it was pretty amazing when Google formed the Open Handset Alliance and brought together tons of major industry players to be the driving force behind the machine that is known as Android. Now, they’re doing the same with cars. Google has officially announced the Open Automotive Alliance, a “band of brothers” consisting of […]
Jan 29th - Here's a quick look at what could be an early Samsung Galaxy S6 prototype. The phone looks strikingly similar to Samsung's A-series, and has a similar LED flash / missing rear speaker placement as that case leak from earlier.
Jan 29th - Popular case maker Spigen is getting a headstart on Galaxy S6 madness by throwing up case listings made especially for the device. Could these cases give provide us with any details or clues about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6?
Google made $18.1 billion in revenue last quarter, Chromecast #1 selling streaming device, Google Glass team takes a breather
Jan 29th - Another day, another earnings call. Leading Google's Q4 2014 earnings call, as usual, was Google CFO Patrick Pichette talking about the company's performance towards the end of last year.
Jan 29th - The Saygus V2 pre-orders have been officially pushed back until Feb 2nd, giving you even more time to pre-register for some bonus accessories. Pricing has also been firmly set to $550.
Jan 29th - Well, how's this for an early Thursday afternoon headline? According to the Wall Street Journal, Microsoft is planning to invest a nice grip of money into Cyanogen Inc, makers of the most popular custom ROM around.