Google I/O 2017 has now come and gone. However, if you are feeling a little nostalgic or simply would like a brief overview of what happened during the event, then the Google Developers team has now released a new video which you can check out below. The video is titled ‘Google I/O 2017 Highlights’ and […]
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The annual Google I/O developer conference was officially wrapped up on Friday, and the Alphabet-owned Internet giant decided to commemorate that occasion by recapping all major announcements that were made earlier this week in Mountain View, California. In a blog post published on Friday, Emily Wood, Google’s Manager of Global Communications and Public Affairs, succinctly listed […]
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Google I/O 2017 has finally come to an end, with plenty to see and even more to discover in the weeks and months ahead as Google works towards finalizing some of the content that they showed off during the big event over the last few days. Some of the most notable introductions during this year’s […]
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Android is not a modular OS by default, but according to Googler Romain Guy, a core system component, in this case the graphics drivers, can be updated via the Play Store in the final version of Android O. According to Guy, he and his team managed to get the functionality up and running in testing, […]
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Among the final announcements for Google’s I/O 2017 is that the company is finally creating an emulator for use in developing apps for big screens. The tool still doesn’t have an official name but the goal, as outlined by Google, is to make developing Android applications for Chromebooks or other Chrome OS devices possible even […]
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Pioneer has unveiled three new Android Auto-ready in-dash multimedia receiver units that they will be offering to customers at some point later on this year. In total Pioneer has five new receivers that will launch later in 2017 but only three of them will be compatible with Android Auto. The ones that will support Google’s […]
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Google is bringing in a new recents menu UI in Android Go, though it doesn’t look completely different from what’s currently being used with the other versions of the Android operating system. Announced during Google’s I/O 2017 developer conference earlier this week, Android Go will be a lower-powered version of Android that is designed for […]
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Android O may introduce support for custom themes, according to certain evidence found in the Settings app of the newly released second developer preview of Google’s upcoming operating system. The Display section of the Settings menu contains a new option called “Device theme” that presently contains two options. One of them is called “Pixel” and […]
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Google has held their second annual Google Play Awards on the second day of Google I/O 2017, building on the recognition that Google held last year for some of the most noteworthy developers of apps and games. Last year Google ran through a range of different categories from Best Game to Going Global, and this […]
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The Google Assistant received a significant amount of airtime at this year’s Google I/O event. Among other things, Google announced a new keyboard feature for Google Assistant. However, one of the other announcements from Google I/O was the introduction of an App Directory. The general idea behind the App Directory is to have a place […]
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