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) […]
Oct 20th - After giving us the world's first underwater unboxing, the folks at UK's Carphone Warehouse are back again, this time with an early hands-on with the phone everyone's talking about: Motorola and Google's Nexus 6.
Oct 20th - We take a dive inside a handful of leaked Android 5.0 Lollipop apps taken from a leaked build. While a good majority will require root to install, a few don't. Check out the new Messenger and Google Play Music.
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Oct 20th - Thanks to Android 5.0 Lollipop, the Nexus 6 has a new "Ambient mode" option to wake the phone when receiving messages or when you pick it up. Will support other Android devices as well.
Oct 20th - Late last week the Nexus Player officially went up for pre-order. However, on Saturday we saw it get removed from the Play Store due to some trouble with the FCC. Turns out Google jumped the gun and listed it before the FCC gave the thumbs-up. Yesterday it passed through the FCC right on cue, and […]