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PaperBeacon sends location IDs to mobile devices and could be used in restaurants and schools
At this early stage, Android M only shows minor differences from Lollipop. The most interesting features seem to be coming later.
Google's new mobile payments system isn't too complicated. If anything, it's essentially an updated version of Google Wallet.
Now that Android L has given Google's mobile operating system a makeover, Android M focuses on polishing the user experience.
Let the binge watching begin, starting this summer.
Google announces plans to allow users to access and cache apps offline, from Maps to YouTube.
Google Now can't read your mind (yet), but Now on Tap will let it get pretty close, by gleaning contextual information from every app on your phone.
The Doze tool will preserve battery life when your device is inactive, while the USB-C port and its flippable cable will enable faster, easier charging.
Improvements in this latest update to Google's mobile OS include battery life, permissions and more.
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.
Being sent from an app to a web browser will be a lot less jarring in Android M.
Google's annual developer's conference kicks off on Thursday, and we'll be there covering it live. Follow the play-by-play here.
The 3D-sensing, world-mapping tablet can be yours for 2 to the 9th power dollars. Google loves developer humor.
There is a new default theme and several drops of Material Design sprinkled throughout the new interface.