The company's Project Brillo will be based on Android and even let smart appliances recognize your voice.
New app permissions, Android Pay, a floating clipboard toolbar, and a bunch of new dev tools are under the hood in the newest build of Android.
Move over, Google Wallet. Google confirms that Android Pay is coming for Android 4.4 and Android M.
After years of sporadic efforts by individual phone makers, standardized fingerprint support will come baked into Android M.
Don't be afraid to get rid of your cable. Streaming and download services will ensure that you don't miss any of your favorite shows or movies.
Being sent from an app to a web browser will be a lot less jarring in Android M.
You'll get prompted to approve permissions when a feature is first used, instead of on installation, which is closer to how iOS works.
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The combined company will develop chipsets for wired and wireless networks
The watch will even have an NFC chip to allow mobile payments.
The 3D-sensing, world-mapping tablet can be yours for 2 to the 9th power dollars. Google loves developer humor.
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There is a new default theme and several drops of Material Design sprinkled throughout the new interface.
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