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What is Google Project Soli and will it forever change the way we use wearables?

What is Google Project Soli and will it forever change the way we use wearables?

By 3 hours ago

Just because Google's keynote is done and over doesn't mean the Google I/O dev conference is also finished with serving up new and interesting information about what the Mountain View-based company envisions for the future. Take Project Soli, for instance.... >>

Google Project Jacquard wants to turn your clothes into touch controls

Google Project Jacquard wants to turn your clothes into touch controls

By 14 hours ago

The future of smart clothing is about to get a jumpstart from Google. Project Jacquard is the latest idea from the big G which aims to turn clothes into touch controls. Jacquard has created a material that is woven, which is touch sensitive. This could... >>

Google Photos (iPhone) hands-on: Could this become the only photo app you'll ever need?

Google Photos (iPhone) hands-on: Could this become the only photo app you'll ever need?

By 22 hours ago

Google has finally taken one of the only standout features within its Google+ social network and turned it into a standalone product for mobile devices and the web: Google Photos. It is now available as an app for iOS devices, Android devices, and the... >>

Google I/O 2015: What was launched or announced?

Google I/O 2015: What was launched or announced?

By 28 May 2015

Google has just finished kicking off its annual Google I/O developer conference, with a main keynote that provided us with a closer look at what the company has been up to in recent months as well as what it has planned. It announced everything from HBO... >>

Next Nexus will have fingerprint scanner and USB Type-C, Google hint suggests

Next Nexus will have fingerprint scanner and USB Type-C, Google hint suggests

By 28 May 2015

At the Google I/O 2015 developer conference, there's been plenty of news about Android Pay, the forthcoming Android M, as well as the launch of Google Photos.  In the past the way that this works is that Android's new features are announced at Google... >>

Android M is Android Milkshake: Sneaky clue spotted at Google I/O

Android M is Android Milkshake: Sneaky clue spotted at Google I/O

By 28 May 2015

There has been a lot of talk about what the next Android will be called and, specifically, what type of sweet or desert it will adopt as its popular name. However, it seems that it will be neither. It will be a drink this year. Android M, as it is called... >>

New version of Google Cardboard coming, will also work with iPhone

New version of Google Cardboard coming, will also work with iPhone

By 28 May 2015

Google has announced a new version of its cheap and cheerful virtual reality viewer, Google Cardboard, that not only fits screen sizes up to 6-inches, but will also work with iOS. The new Google Cardboard is similar to last year's model in look. It is... >>

Google Photos is unlimited and free: What you need to know and how to get it

Google Photos is unlimited and free: What you need to know and how to get it

By 28 May 2015

While holding its main keynote at Google I/O, Google introduced an entirely new product. It’s an app. A photos app. Yup, it's the long-awaited Google Photos app that you’ve been hearing so much about in recent weeks Many reports have claimed that... >>

Meet Now on Tap: Google Now just got way smarter on Android M

Meet Now on Tap: Google Now just got way smarter on Android M

By 28 May 2015

Google Now is all about context and the new, Now on Tap feature in Android M makes it smarter than ever. The idea is that Android will know what you're doing on your smart device so you can get more information by simply asking or tapping. Some examples... >>

Android M previewed: Android Pay, fingerprint support, USB Type-C and more

Android M previewed: Android Pay, fingerprint support, USB Type-C and more

By 28 May 2015

Talking during the Google I/O keynote, Dave Burke, VP engineering of Android at Google, gave us a sneak peak of what to expect from Android M, the next version of the Google operating system. Android M is about improving the core user experience in Android... >>