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.
Jun 5th - Murmurings of a tablet version of Project Tango have been swirling about for a few weeks now, but those murmurings have just been converted into official word -- the Project Tango Tablet has been officially unveiled.
May 23rd - Google I/O just got a whole lot more interesting. A new report out of the Wall Street Journal suggests Google is looking to produce around 4,000 tablets that can map its 3D surroundings.
Feb 20th - Don’t bother checking you calendars, it isn’t April 1st. With that out of the way, Google was able to throw everyone a curve ball today with the announcement of Project Tango, their new in-house smartphone prototype outfitted with Kinect-like sensors. The 5-inch smartphone as is being developed by Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group (ATAP) […]
Nov 21st - Seems the more we learn about the Nexus 6, the more it's sounding like it was quickly hurried out the door. Another piece of evidence? The smartphone's dormant (hidden) RGB LED light.
Nov 21st - Pushbullet updated their extension so Universal Copy & Paste now finally works on Mac and Linux (Chrome and Firefox). Awesome.
Nov 21st - You can get $240 worth of free Google Drive storage (1TB) with the purchase of a new Chromebook. Deal is only good until Jan 1st, so act fast(ish).
Nov 21st - Earlier we showed you how to remove AT&T's influence from the Nexus 6. Now, a software bug unique to the AT&T model could prevent the phone from booting up properly.