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Google wants to be everywhere, the Supreme Court rules cell phones are private during an arrest and technology helps a quadriplegic regain use of his hands.
Google's developer conference kicked off Wendesday in San Francisco with a focus on in-car technology, wearables and a new mobile OS.
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.
Three new features were announced at the Google I/O keynote, coming soon to a Chromecast near you.
No more siloed smart-fitness stuff. Google's taking an inclusive approach, allowing developers to plug into a common fitness platform so your apps can share data and give you a more complete view.
Google took the wraps off Android Wear at its I/O conference, and watches from LG and Samsung are available for preorder.
Chromebooks are evolving to interplay with your Android phone, and the close ties have killed the need for passwords.
Google launches Android TV, with shupport from Sharp, Sony, Asus, and others. It will debut this fal, replacing the forgotten Google TV technology.
Google I/O kicks off in San Francisco on Wednesday, and we'll be covering the keynote as it happens.
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