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Google is warming up to unveil its latest software upgrades and hardware technology during Google I/O 2018. The event will begin on May 8, 2018, at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. Most of our expectations from the Google I/O event 2017 were not cut short, with Google introducing Android TV, smart reply, its partnership with Lenovo and HTC to enhance Daydream VR standalone headset, and lots more. What are we expecting from the 2018 Google's annual developer conference? Google has been teasing the event with so...
It appears that Google is rebranding its Android Wear as Wear OS soon. Redditor, /u/H3x0n posted a screenshot under subreddit/r/AndroidWear that displays a new name and logo when requested to set up an Android Wear smartwatch under Nearby notification. The Nearby feature helps to detect and pair-up with near Android devices and services. The new logo takes inspiration from Google Assistant, which serves as integration service in the Android Wear. It has ‘W-shaped’ design along with two slashes and two dots in Google colors. Th...
Your android wear would be less efficient if it doesn’t have some of the applications that should support flexibility in your lifestyle. Yes! Without having your phone nearby – most of the top Android wear apps are standalone and function with no limitations. Our additions to social media platforms and internet should have been reduced by the use of Android wears, but the device is doing just a little to gain this credit – almost all social media activities can be performed through Android Wears. The major constraint is the screen si...
Over the past ten years, the Google I/O has become the “Superbowl” event for major platform developers, engineers and executives. People fly in from all around the world looking forward to all the goodness Google has to offer. The giveaways, the updates, and the intense competition with Samsung, Apple and Amazon – you know it, Google does it best! This Google I/O is going to be different in many ways, and the best ones revolve around spin-offs. To get an overall overview let’s walk through expected software updates and improvem...
Lo and behold. Finally the time arrived when Samsung finally pulled the drapes off its SmartWatch, Gear S2, ahead of the Berlin IFA trade show, broadening its ever-ripening lineup of smart wearables. The Korean device maker already tantalized its next-gen gadget during Unpacked Galaxy Note 5 event, earlier this month, in the New York City. On Monday, it has revealed a bit more details about the latest device that is the successor of its stout Samsung Gear S, though the availability and price remains to be still unknown. The r...