Tag Archives: Google I/O 2016

Google’s Project Soli comes to the smartwatch

Wearables are stuck in a sort of limbo lately, and whilst they did come back from the dead with Pebble’s Kickstarter campaign in 2012. But even after a few years of iterations and launches of platforms from Google and Apple, the space has failed to get any real traction among consumers. Continue reading Google’s Project Soli comes to the smartwatch

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Google’s Project Ara is spurring with activity: Could release by 2017

 

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Some months ago, Google became Alphabet, and entered into a confusing period where we didn’t know what went where. Some divisions became independent companies, other divisions remained divisions of new companies and yet other divisions were actually shut down after it was found they weren’t performing optimally. Continue reading Google’s Project Ara is spurring with activity: Could release by 2017

Google has run out of ideas: Sells old products under a different name

It is that time of the year again. The span of two months where some of the biggest events in the technology industry take place. Developers gather at Google I/O and WWDC, and gaming enthusiasts gather at E3. Continue reading Google has run out of ideas: Sells old products under a different name

Android VR is pretty much confirmed: Pops up in Google Developer Console

As headsets like the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive take care of the enthusiasts, a more down to earth solution is required for the mass market, to keep them occupied till virtual-reality headsets’ prices come down. Continue reading Android VR is pretty much confirmed: Pops up in Google Developer Console

Google releases Android N Developer Preview before Google I/O 2016

Android used to be really laggy, buggy and slow, and was never really reliable till Google decided to get off its laurels and turn Android into a stable and fast operating system. Continue reading Google releases Android N Developer Preview before Google I/O 2016