May 25th - The official Periscope application has an update rolling out right now saves broadcasts to your phone automatically by default.
May 25th - Sonos and Amazon are teaming up to offer you an Amazon gift card with your purchase of select Sonos speakers for Father’s Day.
May 25th - AT&T GoPhone $45 and $60 phone plans will get an extra gigabyte of data.
May 24th - Republic Wireless announces new Clear Choice Plans making it even more inexpensive to get up and running on their cellular network.
May 24th - YouTube is pushing out a server-side update that updates the look and feel of the options menu within their Android application.
May 24th - Google is bringing a new form of advertising to Google Maps and it’s coming to us in the form of branded advertisement pins.
May 24th - VIZIO has released a new M-Series line of televisions which feature the ability to receive Google Cast content. These new TVs range in size from 50″ to 80″ and range in cost from $849.99 to $3,999.99.
May 23rd - Samsung’s latest patent suggests that the S Pen found in the Galaxy Note line will soon be able to work on the curved edge display.
May 23rd - Google’s ATAP division has released a new video showcasing how 3rd party developers have used Project Soli in their projects.
May 23rd - Google’s ATAP division has released their latest Spotlight Story, Pearl, onto their YouTube channel.
May 23rd - Since the addition of the Nexus 6P and 5X, 90% of Nexus users have enabled lock screen security thanks to the addition of fingerprint sensors.
May 19th - With the announcement of Daydream at Google I/O, we are now getting a sneak peek at YouTube’s future VR interface.
May 17th - Not long after first tweeting about a possible Xiaomi announcement at Google I/O 2016, Hugo Barra released a second tweet with even more details about the possible device.
May 17th - Xiaomi’s Vice President of Global, Hugo Barra, took to Twitter today to announce that the company would be participating at Google I/O 2016.
May 16th - Google I/O’s schedule has been updated with a handful of new sessions — some of which include topics such as Android Wear, ATAP, Android N, and so much more.