In the midst of all the MWC 2017, Google has announced that the Google Assistant will no longer be exclusive to the Pixel phones and will be coming to devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Android 7.0 Nougat.
After a few leaks, Google and LG’s smartwatch collaboration was finally announced. Together they have revealed the first two watches that will be running Android Wear 2.0, the Watch Style and Watch Sport.
To give you a better overview about the new update, Google released this video.
Google has teamed up with H&M’s digital fashion house, Ivyrevel for a new project they’re calling Coded Couture.
With launch of Android Wear 2.0 imminent (on February 9th), it’s about time we see leaks about what the first smartwatches running the new update will look that.
It’s only been about four months since Google’s messaging app Allo officially launched and the company is still adding new features.
Their latest feature is a new chat bot (in addition to the Google Assistant) called Lucky that will send you GIFs.
CES 2017 doesn’t officially begin until January 5th but today (January 4th) is known as press day or “Day Zero” (because its the day before Day One of the show).
Google has announced a new app that will help you digitize your printed photos. How it works is that the app uses your device’s camera to scan physical photos by asking you to move your phone around so the app can see your photo by multiple angles.
Google has introduced a big upgraded to Play Music by enabling a smarter and more contextually aware engine for better recommendations, an easier interface and better way to cache music for offline playback.
After numerous leaks, the Pixel and Pixel XL arrived with little fanfare at Google’s October 4th Event. But after going hands-on with both devices at Google’s Toronto event, it’s clear that Google is really pushing the Pixel phones to compete with Apple in the high-end smartphone space.
Google has made quite a few announcements, including two Pixel phones, more details about Google Home, and much more.
In case you missed the livestream or you want to rewatch it, here you go.