Google has started the roll out of Google Play services 5.0 and gave a run down of all the new features and APIs that will be included during its "Google Play services Rocks!" session at Google I/O 2014.
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.
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.
Looking for a smarter way to curb your smoking habit? The Kosmo e-cigarette may be your solution. The smart vaporizer is looking to secure funding via IndieGoGo to make its smartphone-connected e-cigarette a reality.
MyPermissions wants to protect your data from nosy applications. It shows users the ability too apps accessing information and allows you to block them. A new version of the service is now available for Android.
Nintendo is returning to its platforming roots, but with Yoshi at the helm. Yoshi's Wooly World, the spiritual successor to Kirby's Epic Yarn, will feature yarn-centric environments, and co-op gamplay. The game is due out in 2015.
Nintendo announced a new Zelda title at E3, and the franchise is going to an open world style. Gamers will be able to explore environments freely, as well as enjoy a new visual style, when the game is released in 2015.
Sony announced at E3 2014 that Grand Theft Auto 5 will be coming to the PS4 in fall of 2014. Those with existing progress and characters accumulated on the PS3 will be able to transfer over their progress.