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You might have hurdle grumblings about a piece of cardboard that was given out to Google I/O attendees. While this "tech" might not be extravagant, it is a unique piece that could push VR forward.
Although Google I/O 2014 has concluded, the learning certainly hasn't stopped. For those who missed the developer conference, Google has now posted the sessions online.
Cathay Bi, part of product marketing for the Moto 360, sits down to talk about the new wearable. She discussed the materials of the device and how Android Wear functions on the unit.
Google announced Android Auto, a new in-car platform that will sync directly with Android devices. Android Auto will partner with over 25 car companies, launching in some vehicles later this year.
Google has announced Android One; a project that will introduce low cost phones to emerging markets. Google will have a hand in the hardware specifications of the device and support it via software.
Sundar Pichai, Senior VP at Google, has unveiled that the next version of Android will be announced at this weeks upcoming Google I/O. Google I/O 2014 will be a two day event and start on June 25th.
An FCC filing has confirmed that the rumored Motorola Moto 360 will support wireless charging. This comes a day before Google is set to start its developers conference, Google I/O.
As Google I/O 2014 nears, LG is stating that they do not have a Nexus 6 in the works. Although this could just be pure PR denial, we explore the future of the Nexus program ahead of Google I/O.
Google has started ticket registration for its 2014 I/O developer conference, which will be held in San Francisco from June 25-26. Tickets will be awarded via a lottery system.
Google has launched this years Google I/O developer website. In addtion to the new site, Google has also detailed plans on this years registartion process which has been changed from previous years.
Samsung has just announced it will hold its own developer conference in San Francisco from Oct. 27-29, joining Microsoft, Google and Apple who have all held their dev events in the city this year.
PrimeSense, the company behind the Kinect sensor, have demonstrated a similar sensor designed for tablets that can capture 3D maps of areas and objects, and it's one tenth the size of the Kinect
Google made quite a few announcements today during its Google I/O keynote, but rumors that the company would reveal details about Android 4.3 during the event didn't materialize.
During today's Google I/O keynote, the company announced that its Chrome web browser now has 750 million monthly active users, with 300 million new users added in the last 12 months.
A new rumor has hit the streets, indicating that Samsung will launch an 11-inch Nexus 11 tablet in 2013, potentially at Google I/O 2013, and it will pack a modest spec boost over the Nexus 10
Mozilla is offering a teaser on its Twitter page that something "big" is coming for the Android version of Mozilla and that it will be revealed sometime next week.
A new report claims that Google and Asus will reveal their much rumored $199 tablet at the Google I/O developer event next week, with the tablet shipping in July.