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Google has begun rolling out the first builds of 'Android L,' the next iteration of Android. We rounded up the 12 features we loved—and disliked—that will affect your potential for productivity.
A new beta version is now available for download
Google I/O is a State of the Google address on all things Googly—and this is how you can interpret what went down.
The first 64-bit tablets and smartphones with Android L could arrive as early as October.
Google failed to mention some of its most famous (or infamous) products, or how they fit into the bigger picture. And that could be saying something.
Come for the awesome new Android features, stay because...well, it's just getting way too hard to switch.
Google's developer conference kicked off Wendesday in San Francisco with a focus on in-car technology, wearables and a new mobile OS.
Jon Phillips and Florence Ion look at all the big announcements from Google I/O.
Google unleashed a torrent of fresh features and products and its annual I/O keynote. Here's a round-up of all the news and new platforms.
In a demo cockpit at Google I/O, the company demonstrated how your Android phone could provide calendar, contact and road-trip data to improve your daily drive—and make it a lot safer.
Google launches Android TV, with shupport from Sharp, Sony, Asus, and others. It will debut this fal, replacing the forgotten Google TV technology.
Coming later this year, the next version of Android will be available in preview form for developers starting today.
Google will provide a smartphone reference design for sub-$100 handsets as part of its Android One program
Google I/O kicks off in San Francisco on Wednesday, and we'll be covering the keynote as it happens.
Sunrise supports multiple Google calendars, uses Google Maps’ data to direct you to events, and supports a handy “quick add” feature for Google Calendars. Plus, it looks spectacular on your phone.
The Moto 360 smartwatch could launch, and possibly a mobile health-tracking system
Both phones use Android, but they don't look the same
It's still early days for the Microsoft-Nokia devices marriage, but for now Microsoft is continuing the Android-based X series.