The Google I/O conference is still going strong, and now, while on stage, the company has unveiled Google Photos, a brand new way to organize and catalog all of your photos from your devices.
Google I/O 2014
As reports had indicated earlier, Google today announced Project Brillo — the underlying OS for Google’s Internet of Things platform.
Later today, Google will kick of I/O 2015 with a two-hour long keynote at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco. Despite being aimed at developers, Google will showing off a lot of new products and technologies, including Android M, Android Pay and more.
Later this week, Google will be holding the 2015 edition of its yearly developer conference — Google I/O — where it be showcasing the world all the technology that it has been working on since the last year.
On March 17, Google officially opened up the registration window for I/O 2015, the company’s big developer conference.
At the early part of February, Google confirmed that the I/O conference would take place on May 28 and May 29, and that registration would go live in March.
Google I/O is arguably the biggest conference for the search giant, where the company not only announces new things, but also outlines just how other things will get better.
During Google’s I/O 2013 event, Android wasn’t nearly as big of a focus as it was at this year’s event. New features for developers, like Android Studio, were mentioned during the maelstrom, but there’s a serious argument that it could have used some more attention on stage at this year’s event, too, during the main keynote. The Studio has indeed been updated to beta status, with plenty of support thrown in for good measure.
Google’s annual developer conference is just over for 2014, and at Android Beat, we’ve brought you all the most interesting coverage of the event. Now, it’s time to sit down and try to digest everything that was announced, released, and previewed. Whether you felt overwhelmed over the past days, or you’re just now looking for a way to catch up on all the hotness, this post will help you find all the Android-related news and editorials from I/O 2014.
While the keynote for Google at their I/O event is over and done with, that doesn’t mean we’re done seeing new gadgets. Thanks to LG and Google, it looks like the general consumer will be able to get their hands Project Tango, which should give a big boost for people who want to experience more 3D adventures through their tablet.