Google’s ambitious modular smartphone, Project Ara, is recruiting senior executives with expertise in bringing handsets to market.
Android Auto will be a framework on top of automakers’ infotainment platforms that emulates the Android interface and apps on your phone on the car’s dashboard.
Google’s been working on a service called Google Fit that will aggregate health data from a variety of wearables, according to a report.
Google has quietly been working on touch capabilities in Chrome OS, such as the on-screen keyboard, but we haven’t seen much hardware take advantage of it. The time may be near for a Chrome tablet or other Chrome OS form factors.
The battle of Android flagships is on as both the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8 are here. We look at each briefly to help you decide between them. Google I/O is coming but before then I plan to install Android on my Chromebook.
With a team of reporters, GigaOM was all over Google I/O. Now that the news has settled, listen in on this week’s podcast to hear what it all means for the future of Google, Chrome, Android and you.
Google and the Catlin Seaview Survey are working as fast as they can to map the world’s coral reefs in Google Streetview. But the project’s founder fears he may be too late.
Until I tried them on, I had no interest in wearing Google Glass around town. But the simple snap of a photo with Google Glass on Wednesday without moving my head or hands gave me a new understanding of Glass.
Google will use Arduinos to pick up on motion and sound at this week’s Google I/O conference. While it could help Google better use its conference space in the future, it could also inspire developers.
Android @Home has been missing in action ever since it was announced in 2011. There’s a good chance that this will change at next week’s Google I/O conference.