Google’s only commercially available digital media player and Android TV device, the Nexus Player, is receiving the Google Assistant as part of the November 2017 security patch to Android 8.0 Oreo.
Watch Google take its own stage at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area for the Google I/O 2018 Developer Conference keynote on May 8 beginning at 1:00pm EDT. The search giant’s venue is known to have held some great events in the past with the ability to hold as many as 22,500 people. Like usual, demand to attend was off the charts so Google ran its lottery for people just to have a chance [Read More]
The Google I/O 2018 developer conference is about to begin. The event will begin May 8 and conclude May 10. The search giant’s main event will be the keynote address on May 8 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. It begins at 1:00pm EDT and is expected to run about an hour and a half. During it, Google will highlight some of the major points of focus for this year’s event.
The wait is finally over. Google has announced Android O, its version number, name and update information. This is not a beta we’re taking about nor a developer preview; it’s the real deal. And as expected, Google made the announcements after the solar eclipse concluded earlier today during a brief livestream event held in New York City, followed by Google’s annual statue unveiling (for each new update) in front of Googleplex on the company’s front lawn.
During the month of June, Google introduced us to the third Android O Developer Preview, inching one step closer towards a public roll out. According to Google’s timeline, the last preview build would become available in late July, and as scheduled, we now have it, the fourth and final Android O Developer Preview. The software is nearly ready for the prime time, said to roll out in August or early September. It’ll be around that time Google will hold a hardware [Read More]
During Google I/O 2017 last month, the tech and research giant introduced the Android O Beta Program along with Developer Preview two. We were also given a timeline of when to expect future updates to the beta. The time is now June, and Google is beginning to roll out its third Android O Developer Preview out of four. The software is no longer as buggy, but still lacks some implementations and has its share of problems.
As we speak, Google I/O 2017 is taking place in Mountain View, California where developers, Google enthusiasts and media have all gathered round to learn what’s next in tech. In late March, Google announced the first Android O developer preview right on the heels of heels of Android Nougat 7.1.2. The software has been in alpha-like condition ever since, that is until today. During today’s keynote address, Google fully unveiled the next version of its operating system, Android O as we [Read More]
The Google I/O 2017 developer conference will take place Wednesday, May 17 through Friday, May 19. The main event is the keynote that starts at 10:00am, Pacific Time, on the Wednesday. This event is expected to last for one and a half hours and is traditionally when Google highlights the key messages of the entire event.