The smartphone market is getting saturated and companies will have to find new markets or reinvent to stay in the game.
Google and Levis have announced a new partnership which will bring “smart clothing” to the market using a technology named “Project Jacquard.”
Google’s brightest minds are working on a big red button (kill switch) to disable rogue AI systems that want to take over the world.
Google might opt for the stick rather than the carrot to get Android vendors to speed up their OS update cycles.
With Android N, Google has given its mobile operating system the shot in the arm it needed to exceed Apple’s iPhone and iPad.
For the first time since their inception, Chromebooks have outsold Macs in the United States during the first three months of 2016.
After months of rumour, Google has finally confirmed on the third day of its I/O that Chrome OS will soon be able to run Android apps.
Google I/O 2016 day 1 is done and dusted. We take a look at the top 5 biggest announcements made yesterday.
Google took to the stage at I/O 2016 to unveil Duo and Allo; it’s two newest chat apps with respectively centre on video-calling and instant messaging.
Fresh off the stage from I/O 2016 is Google Home; a new control centre for connected homes from the world’s largest search company.