Although the tech world is clearly preoccupied by the developments of Google's head-mounted Glass device, the company has several other innovative projects running simultaneously at this moment in time. Project Tango is yet another potential game-changer from the Big G, seeking to bring human-like perception of objects and space to everyday gadgets like smartphones and tablets, and far from being a pie in the sky, the first tablet peddling Tango is expected to retail from next year. As showcased on Thursday at I/O, this device has a seemingly endless list of possibilities, and being in attendance at the event, we got a chance to get up-close and personal with the forthcoming slate. Check out the video after the leap!
Microsoft BUILD and Apple WWDC are over and done with, and as ever, it's Google’s turn to wow us with some exciting new announcements and developments. With a new version of Android in the works along with news pertaining to Android Wear, Glass and the many other weird and wonderful side-projects that Google has going, the I/O 2014 keynote promises to be one of the more eventful show-pieces we've seen from the search giant in recent years. Below, we talk through what's next.
If you applied for the opportunity to hand over $900 to Google in exchange for a ticket to its Google I/O 2014 conference then now's the time to start checking your email inbox, because the company has started sending out confirmation emails to those that have been selected to attend.
Those looking to attend Google's big I/O developer conference can now register their interest in obtaining tickets for the event. The Big G is holding a lottery for tickets, so there's no need to rush over to the registration page, and you have the next three days to sign up for a chance to win.