Google debuted a new app at its I/O 2016 keynote: Allo, a streamlined messaging app with machine learning smarts. It ties into Google's Knowledge Graph and Assistant for streamlining all sorts of tasks.
Android Instant Apps will allow you to visit the app version of websites, if it exists, without ever having to install the app. Now you'll be able to get the app experience for those apps you don't want to have installed on your device.
Apparently there aren't enough video call apps. Google already has Hangouts, but the company introduced Duo at Google I/O 2016. This app will let you see live video of the person who is calling before you answer.
Your Android Wear device is about to get a major update! Google has taken the wraps off of Android Wear 2.0, an update to Android Wear that brings features like handwriting recognition and smarter watch faces.
Google wants to take on Amazon's voice assistant, Alexa, with a rumored device for the home named Google Home. It will resemble Google's OnHub wireless router, and we'll find out more on May 18 at Google I/O.
The global vice president of Chinese electronics company Xiaomi says the company will "be a part" of Google's 2016 developer conference in some capacity. He didn't reveal any more than that, unfortunately.
Android users have had access to VR mode on YouTube for a while now, but iOS users have been left out -- until now, that is. Google has finally updated the YouTube iOS app to offer VR mode, for use with Google Cardboard.
We love the new Motorola Moto X and Moto G phones, so we're excited to see what the company will come up with for 2016. Rumors of the next generation Moto X phone have already started to spread, and here's everything we think we know about…