Android Police

Articles Tagged:

Google I/O

...

[Updated] Google Will Unveil Voice Access At I/O, Allowing You To Control Apps Entirely By Voice

Touchscreens are okay, but what about putting those pipes to better use? The description of one of Google's talks at I/O later this month points to an interesting new feature called Voice Access. Basically, instead of touching the phone, you talk to it to control apps. So essentially Star Trek? That'd be rad.

sch

Read More
...

[I/O 2015] Google Introduces Family Star, A New Set Of Kid-Friendly Filters And Parental Tools For The Play Store

The Play Store has a crap-ton of content, much of which you might not want your kids to access. Google is aware of this, and at I/O 2015 the company has announced a new set of tools specifically designed to help parents find age-appropriate content, plus a few extras to help kids engage with the content itself. It's all being introduced to the Play Store under the "Family Star" label and logo.

Read More
...

[I/O 2015] Android M 'Doze Mode' Can Extend Low-Power Operating Time By As Much As 100%

Mobile electronics use power. And as the software becomes more complex, they use more and more of it. At Google I/O 2015, the company has announced an improvement on the ultra low-power mode found in Lollipop. They're calling it "Doze," for obvious reasons, and it will debut in the M release of Android scheduled to go into a developer preview soon. It should debut in public builds later this year.

charge 2

Specifics on the improvements made to the low-power mode are scarce, but apparently they are extensive enough for some dramatic power savings.

Read More
...

[I/O 2015] Chrome Custom Tabs Will Add Easy And Rich Web Content To Any App With Chrome Capabilities

At the Google I/O 2015 keynote address, Google is moving fluidly between broad Android improvements for the upcoming M preview build and more specific improvements for the company's apps and APIs. One of the first reveals was for a new Chrome feature, Chrome Custom Tabs.

Read More
...

[I/O 2015] HBO Now Is Coming To Android 'Across All Devices'

A while back, Apple got to announce exclusive access to HBO's standalone application called Now that lets users watch content without a pre-existing subscription to the service. Of course we were all jealous, but today, that jealousy ends. Sundar Pichai just announced at Google I/O 2015 that HBO Now will be available on Android "across all devices."

That last bit is pretty important, because that means Android phones, tablets, and Android TV - just like how the service was released for Apple devices.

Read More
...

[Update: Winners] Win One Of Five Tickets To LG's 3rd Annual Developer Event At Google I/O

 

This contest is now over.

The final results are listed below. If you've won, you will be contacted in the near future. Congratulations!

Everyone else - keep participating and stay tuned to Android Police so that you don't miss our upcoming giveaway announcements. You can follow AP on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and RSS.

  1. Andy Tu
  2. Damir Sabirov
  3. Colby Simpson
  4. Denis Sobolev
  5. Yudhistira Erlandinata

Google I/O attracts thousands of developers from around the world to San Francisco, California for a few days each year.

Read More
...

Report: Google Is Working On An Operating System For The 'Internet Of Things'

The 'Internet of Things' is a bit of a nebulous concept, but it boils down to adding smart, connected features to the objects and tools you use in everyday life. Things like wearables can loosely be put into this category, but it's usually applied to less conventional products like connected thermostats, home monitors, "smart" appliances, remote car tech, et cetera. It's a growing if somewhat unfocused segment, and according to a report on The Information, Google wants to get in on the ground floor.

Read More
...

Google I/O 2015 App v3.1.2 Beta Goes Full Material And Prepares For Another Year At Moscone [APK Download + Teardown]

Google I/O 2015 is drawing ever closer, and that means it's time to start lining things up for the big event. As tradition dictates, Google is working on a fresh update to the Google I/O app. We've now got a beta release of the app, which just started rolling out to a small group of people who signed up last year.

Read More
...

[Update: Google Be Trollin', Yo] Android M Will Be Announced At Google I/O 2015, According To Conference Schedule

The official schedule for this year's Google I/O recently went live, and we're poring over the upcoming events with eager excitement. As one commenter was quick to point out, it looks like Android M will make an appearance at this year's conference.

Read More
...

The Official Google I/O 2015 Schedule Is Live And Ready For Viewing

This is the month of Google I/O, with the event set to take place from the 27th to the 29th. Eager conference goers and stay-at-home-live-streamers alike can now start planning those days out, because the official schedule has made its way online.

The page provides a general overview under the Agenda tab, but you can select other options to get a detailed list of what will take place each day.

Read More
Page 1 of 912345...Last»
Quantcast