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It appears that Google's modular phone program - Project Ara - is finally ready, as the firm is promising to ship Ara to developers this fall, with a consumer model coming in 2017.
Google's brand new Allo app has received heavy criticism for not including end-to-end encryption by default. But there's hope, as one engineer inside the company is still fighting for that feature.
At Google I/O the company announced some new features that will be part of Android N, including seamless updates. But these seem to only be destined to show up on future Android smartphones.
Google announced its three pronged approach to VR by way of 'Daydream'. The program will offer a platform, headset and controller and will tie in manufacturers to produce Daydream-ready devices.
After promising its latest Android N Developer Preview with "beta quality" at its I/O developer conference today, Google has now made the builds available to download. Here's what's new.
Alongside today's release of its new 'beta quality' preview build, Google said at its I/O developer conference that its next major Android update is expected to launch "later this summer".
Google has announced availability of its third Android N Developer Preview, saying that it now offers 'beta quality', and assuring devs that they can feel confident to use it on their main devices.
Google announced at its I/O event a rival to Amazon's popular Echo speaker, Google Home. The speaker will integrate with existing Google products and also offer 'Assistant' in Home.
Google has announced two apps at its I/O developer conference today: a messaging app called Allo, and a video chat app called Duo. Both apps will be available for Android and iOS.
Google wants your suggestions to help it decide on the delicious nomenclature for its next major OS update, Android N - but bear in mind that 'Namey McNameface' has already been ruled out.
Google's annual developer conference, I/O 2016, kicks off today at 1:00 PM ET. As expected, you'll be able to watch the live stream of the event, and you can do it right here with us on Neowin.
Google's annual I/O developer conference will be held in Mountain View, California this year, and those hoping to attend the event will be able to register their interest from March 8 at 9am PST.