Tag Archive: Google


Hands Free by Google could be way better than Apple Pay

Yesterday’s Android Pay reveal at Google I/O was a slight disappointment in that, it’s pretty much just like Apple Pay. Google added pretty much zero innovation to Apple’s idea that debuted last year, but what the company didn’t show us,… Read more ›

Google vs. iCloud: Which wins the pick for your pics?

One of the best things to come out of Google’s I/O keynote on Thursday was Google Photos, a brand new service for storing, sharing, and organizing your images and videos. It’s totally free — no matter how many items you… Read more ›

Organizing the flood of photos and videos we all have is the central challenge of today’s photos apps. Director of Photos for Google, Anil Sabharwal, took the stage Thursday morning at the annual I/O conference to detail the company’s new… Read more ›

Google announced a new version of its low-cost Cardboard virtual-reality headsets today at its I/O developers conference, and it’s giving some attendees a wicked case of déjà vu. Ashley Mayer, cloud-storage company Box’s director of communications, was in attendance at… Read more ›

Top 6 things you need to know from Google I/O

From smartphones to the Internet of Things, Google wants to be woven into the fabric of our lives. The company detailed some of its latest hardware and software projects — some truly innovative, some strictly playing catch-up — during the… Read more ›

Confirmed: Android Pay will arrive at Google I/O

Google is expected to announce Android Pay, its new Apple Pay competitor, during its I/O keynote today. But before the service is official, the company has inadvertently confirmed its arrival with a whole bunch of Android Pay signs that are dotted around… Read more ›

The battle between virtual assistants is about to hot up again as Microsoft Cortana prepares to go cross-platform to take on Siri and Google Now. The intelligent virtual assistant will be arriving on Android and iOS later this year, but you… Read more ›

The battle between virtual assistants is about to hot up again as Microsoft Cortana prepares to go cross-platform to take on Siri and Google Now. The intelligent virtual assistant will be arriving on Android and iOS later this year, but you… Read more ›

8 things you won’t want to miss at Google I/O

Google I/O is one of the biggest events in the calendar for Android fans, and this year’s event — which kicks off next Friday — is going to be just as exciting as the last. In addition to the next-generation Android… Read more ›

Dueling developer events Google I/O and Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference will happen in the next couple of months, which makes this an exciting time of year for Apple and Android fans. Both events attract a lot of attention — they’re… Read more ›