Here’s our official wrap up of all the day’s events from Google IO 2013. We got video highlights from today’s biggest announcements and want to hear your thoughts: Google IO 2013 — was it amazing, or a snoozefest?
A Googler has confirmed that Google+ Plus Messenger will soon be replaced solely by Hangouts. Expect the changes will come in the very near future.
It was an exciting day at Google IO for not just Android fans, but tech fans, as Google rolled out a wide variety of updates and announcements. From the new Google Play Games and All Access for Google Music to the Google Play for Education and Google+ Hangouts, Google focused on services and features they [...]
The Bluetooth SIG sent out a press release today hinting that we could see another Android update within the next few months to support Bluetooth Smart technology. Could it be Android 4.3?
The all new Google Play Music is now officially available for update or download on Google Play. The update introduces Google’s new All Access music streaming service, and if you hurry, you can lock in your price for $8 a month.
What if you could send money simply by “attaching” it to an E-Mail? Now you can thanks to a new service announced by Google at IO 2013. It uses GMail and Google Wallet to make PayPal look like brain surgery.
Just because it was left out of the official keynote, doesn’t mean that Google doesn’t have any surprises for Google TV owners. Google has announced today that the still budding platform will soon be updated to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, along with the latest version of Chrome.
Google introduces an all new Maps experience for Android users and the desktop at Google IO 2013. Here are all the details, coming soon to Android devices and the web this summer. Early access invite page can also be found here as well.
Perhaps one of the more unappreciated parts of the Google IO press conference was Google’s education initiative. El Goog is building a Play Store specially for teachers and students, giving those in the education field an avenue to find apps, games and content that will help in the ever-important process of educating the world’s youth.
Fresh out of Google IO 2013, Google Hangouts is now officially available in the Google Play Store. The new messaging service actually replaces Google Talk.
Google has announced a ton of new features for its social networking service, Google+. Emphasis has been put on the main stream, Google+ Hangouts, and Google’s photo features. There’s a lot to dive into:
The rumors were true: we will soon see a Samsung Galaxy S4 running stock Android. The hardware will support AT&T and T-Mobile’s networks, but should be the same as the version currently available (we’re guessing this is the Snapdragon model). But that’s not even the biggest aspect of the news.
Google Play Music All Access officially announced as music streaming service, rolling out to US today with 30-day trial
Google has officially announced its new music streaming service. The service will come as part of Google Play Music, and gets a sub tag called All Access. With All Access, you’ll get immediate and instant access to millions of tracks in the Google Play Store.
Google has officially announced a new Google Play Services API, one we all know as Google Play Games. Google Play Games will introduce services developers can build into their games to provide an all new gaming experience that features things like cloud-saving, achievements and leaderboards, low-latency multiplayer matchmaking and more