Google officially announced Android TV. It will be the spiritual successor to Google TV, running on hardware while utilizing the new Android L. Lines of smart TVs starting in 2015 will run on Android TV.
Google announced the Android version for smartwatches, Android Wear. Here is everything you need to know about it, as well as other Android Wear-powered smartwatches that will be available in the coming months.
During Google I/O, Google officially announced the Samsung Gear Live, the South Korean's entry in the Android Wear smartwatch game. According to the search giant, it will go on sale later today through Google Play.
As part of the Android L developer preview, Google showed off Project Volta. It's a three-part process for improving the battery life of Android devices that includes Battery Historian, JobScheduler API, and Battery Saver.
Google is set to unveil tons of new software at Google I/O 2014, but it may also reveal an Android TV set-top box. The new TV box will reportedly focus on games and streaming content from Android devices.
With only hours to go before Google kicks off its big I/O developer event, the Mountain View company has improved its Glass hardware, bringing with it twice the memory and better battery performance. Twelve new Glassware apps have been…
Kaspersky Lab discovered a new remote-controlled trojan called Galileo that governments can use to gain full access to users' smartphones. The spyware can reportedly track your position on Google Maps, monitor your phone calls, and read…
At the Google I/O conference tomorrow, the company will unveil Google Auto Link, an automotive head-unit that connects to smartphones running the Android operating system and a clear rival to Apple’s CarPlay system.