One of the things being featured at Google I/O this year is Android integration in cars. This is full Android built right into the infotainment systems.
For the ASUS Zenfone AR, things are going mainstream. The phone will be sold at Verizon in the US, Google I/O talks revealed.
Engaging in VR is typically a solitary experience, but Google wants to make watching YouTube videos more social with live chat and virtual rooms.
Google has announced WebVR & WebAR for Google Chrome which brings Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality features from your Chrome Web Browser into your Google Daydream headset and Android devices.
We asked you to tell us which messaging apps you use. These apps could be used for SMS, instant messaging, video chat, or all three. After one full week we have tallied the votes. Here are your picks!
Google today announced Daydream 2.0, codenamed Euphrates. It’s a pretty big upgrade to the Daydream platform that serves a few important and exciting purposes. Let’s take a look at all that’s coming!
Android Auto is a great way to use Android in your car, but it relies on plugging in your phone. What if Android was built right into the infotainment system? That’s exactly what Audi is showing off at Google I/O.
LG may be the first to introduce a design that’s distinct in more than just its display size, aspect ratio, and surface-to-display ratio. A patent shows a bezel-less design that has the display wrapping around a center-aligned front camera.
Google is considering giving us the ability to change the long-used hotword for waking up the Google Assistant and Google Home.
Android O just hit beta status, but HTC is looking at the bigger picture for updates to the HTC U11 and, presumably, other flagships beyond it.
OnePlus didn’t have much to say about the technical aspects of the camera expected to be inside the OnePlus 5, but they did reveal a pretty important partnership they’ll leverage to make sure their camera is among the best.
Android N is here, sooner than anyone anticipated. Google has packed in a bunch of new features, fixes, and improvements in Android N. We’ll show you everything new in Android N.
Android O is coming to Android TV devices later this, and with it will come a number of big new things. Google Assistant will finally arrive along with a shiny new home screen interface.
Android Pay currently does not work on the beta release of Android O.
We’re not sure why, but a random Pixel device at Google I/O is on display and it has a launcher setup quite unlike any other. The Google Search bar is fixated near the bottom.
There are a ton of new additions inside of Android O, but one of them is a completely redesigned set of emoji. Google has officially killed off the yellow blob character and replaced him with a more iOS-like smiley.
If you own a Nexus or Pixel device and want to try out the brand new Android O beta, here’s the entire step-by-step process.
At Google I/O today, Google announced their Visual Positioning Service, a new Tango-powered augmented reality system for finding your way around, say, a store, a museum, or a stadium.
At Google I/O today, we were treated to Android Go, Google’s new efforts to make Android the perfect operating system for phones that don’t cost hundreds of dollars.
Android O is now rolling out in beta. If you’re curious to see what’s new, we’ve got the best features here.
So you’ve lost your Android phone and you don’t want to spend upwards of hundreds of dollars to replace it, eh? As important as smartphones have become in our everyday lives, misplacing them is one of the most scary things that can happen. We discuss some things you can do to get it back, even if you weren’t prepared to have it happen!
Previous Nexus devices were pretty bare-bone compared to other Android flagships, but now Google is throwing in a lot of special features. We’ll show you all the tips and tricks you should know to become a Pixel master.
The main keynote at Google I/O has come and gone. In the 2-hours of talking and demonstrations, we saw a bunch of cool new stuff. Everything from Android to Google Photos got attention. You can read all the news on our Google I/O 2017 page, but if you want just the highlights, here are the …
Google today confirmed that the ASUS Zenfone AR isn’t just a fallacy. In fact, it’ll be out this summer.