Google has announced a new collaboration partnership with GoPro - the makers of extremely popular high-definition video cameras that have become the module of choice for motorcyclists, divers and extreme sports fans around the globe. The recently announced collaboration has been struck as part of an effort to build a virtual reality filming rig using multiple GoPro cameras that will then be partnered with Google's Jump software that was introduced as part of this year's I/O conference.
The Internet of Things is one of those ideas that has been around for a while but hasn't really come to proper fruition yet. Google seems to think that it can be the one to sort that problem out, even though it already tried back in 2011 and then quietly killed the project off. Maybe the second time is a charm.
You can download Android M 6.0 developer preview links for Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player. We have the direct links for the files right here.
Thursday, May 28, Google took to stage at the I/O 2015 conference to unveil some upcoming new features for Android wear,...
At Google I/O 2015, the Mountain View search giant introduced Android Pay - a new feature for Android smartphones that allows you to make payments right from your device, using a combination of Google's integration with a number of stores, payment processors, and your existing credit/debit cards etc. Sounds familiar? That's because it is. Allow me to clarify this from the very beginning (and my displeasure with this fact): Android Pay is awfully similar to Apple Pay, and not just by name but in functionality as well. Let's take a quick look at all that's on offer.
Google Android M features and release date has been officially revealed. More details on this can be found here.