If there's one thing we've learned this Google I/O, it's to keep a closer eye at ATAP. The name ought to raise curiosity, and stands for Advanced Technology and Projects. It's like Google Labs, but for far more exciting interfaces and hardware technologies. Google hasn't disappointed us this time!
Project Brillo will be the name of Google's second attempt to create an operating system that links objects from thermostats to washing machines to each other and to the web.
Google has announced the latest version of Android, called Android M, at its annual Google I/O developer conference on May 28.
One of the biggest announcements to come from Google from its keynote address at I/O is Android M, its latest mobile operating systema nd successor to Android Lollipop.
Yes, it's Google I/O 2015, and I'm stuck at 2012. However, the expectations are undeniably high.
Google's ATAP division has just announced Project Soli which could completely redefine the way we interact with wearables as well as smartwatches.
Google announced a revamped Photos app, which was so far integrated within Google+, with some interesting features at the Google I/O 2015 developers conference on May 28.
The Google I/O 2015 keynote may not be the best we’ve seen from Google, but the search giant had a lot of new announcements to make.
Here are 5 Cool new features you should know about Android M that was unveiled at Google I/O
Google on Thursday unveiled its pay-with-a-phone system for Android devices, ramping up its challenge to Apple in mobile payments.
Though Google has been tight lipped about the announcement of its next mobile OS, a lot has been already said and written about Android M. With just a couple of days to go before Google finally announces Android M, here's what we know so far.
Android Pay may not mean much to India.