Google has announced a new update to its augmented reality (AR) platform, ARCore, which will allow the development of shared AR experiences for end users. More directly, the updated tool will allow multiple people to share in an AR experience on their own devices, at the same time, and in real-time. Developers will also be […]
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The latest Android P developer preview system images are now available to download. This is the second developer preview (DP2) to be made available and these images allow owners of a compatible smartphone to install the latest version of Android on their device. Speaking of compatible smartphones, system images are now available for both the […]
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This year’s Google I/O conference played host to a brief recap by Alphabet company Waymo about how its self-driving car technology has formed and grown into what it is today. Machine learning has been at the root of it all, according to an accompany post on Medium by Waymo’s CTO and VP of Engineering, Dmitri Dolgov. […]
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Xiaomi’s Mi MIX 2S is getting Android P beta support, the company announced officially today during Google’s I/O 2018 developer conference. Though Xiaomi is not typically a brand which gets updates to Android’s latest software before other devices, the announcement that the Mi MIX 2S, which is one of Xiaomi’s latest phones, is getting access […]
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During the company’s annual developer conference Google announced its Maps service is gaining some new features designed to represent how far Maps has grown beyond turn-by-turn navigation. In particular, Maps is not only growing in its ability to populate nearby attractions like restaurants, but also in pairing those nearby suggestions based on what it knows […]
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Google’s I/O 2018 was expected to be big in terms of Android announcements but almost nobody expected a new Android P beta for non-Google devices or the new system-level A.I. features the company has now revealed. It goes without saying that also means new features and Google lists off no fewer than eight. Each of […]
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Google has today announced some new features that are coming to Google Photos. The announcement came by way of the company’s I/O 2018 developer event and looks to add additional features to the Photos app with a view of improving the appearance of images, as quickly and as easily as possible, and all with the […]
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Google has unveiled some of the changes it has planned for Android Auto, set to be fully revealed at this year’s Google I/O 2018 Developers Conference which starts tomorrow, May 8. The new additions include new visual templates, media search enhancements, and group messaging improvements, alongside the introduction of rich communications services (RCS) support. The last of […]
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With Google’s I/O 2018 Developers Conference set to take place in just a few days, the company has now revealed a fun new game-like experience to get everybody hyped up about A.I. Called, Emoji Scavenger Hunt, the activity effectively shows users an emoji and then tasks them with finding a real-world object to match. Although this […]
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As of May 2, Google has updated its Google I/O 2018 application to version 6.1 in the leadup to its event of the same name. The latest software version adds two small changes and some tweaks to the overall interface. First, the app now allows users who will be attending the event to reserve their […]
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