Google today unveiled a different way to watch streaming content with Android TV Channels. The new feature for the Android TV smart platform allows users to surf through traditional TV channels and select apps in the same channel grid.
Google announced new APIs at its 2015 I/O developer conference that improve the hardware's video playback and gaming capabilities. The new gaming APIs mark Google's first serious push beyond media streaming on the popular dongle.
Google has announced its anticipated standalone photo management service, Google Photos. Available for Android, iOS, and the Web, Google Photos offers unlimited photo and video storage, as well as intelligent photo management and search.
Google has announced it's working hard on an offline feature for Google Maps, but rather than a simplified version, it will contain many of the major features, including turn-by-turn navigation -- all without a data connection.
Google announced "Designed for Families," a program that aims to put well-developed, kid-friendly apps at the forefront of the Play Store. To qualify, apps will have to complete a rigorous review process.
During Google I/O 2015, Google announced that its virtual assistant, Google Now, will get even smarter with Now on Tap, which takes what's on the screen and show you relevant information. The updated Google Now will be included in Android…
Google has announced there are now 4,000 specific apps available for the wearable platform, along with 1,500 watchfaces. A new software update is also bringing new features to the seven available watches.