Tag: Google I/O

Android, Operating System

Google I/O and the curious case of the missing Android version

May 16, 2023

Via: Computerworld

With Google’s I/O announcement expo now firmly in the rearview mirror, it’s time for us to enter the inevitable next phase of any tech-tinted revelation — and that’s the careful contemplation of everything we’ve just experienced. It’s my favorite phase […]

News and Press

Google massively overpaying on iPhone trade-ins to lure switchers to its new Pixel Fold

May 11, 2023

Via: 9to5Mac

At its annual Google I/O developer conference yesterday, Google announced a range of new hardware and software updates. One product that’s stealing most of the headlines is the long-awaited Google Pixel Fold, the company’s first foray into foldable smartphones. As […]

Android Phone, Products

Google may tease the Pixel 8 flagship phone next week at I/O 2023

May 4, 2023

Via: BGR

Google I/O 2023 is almost upon us, and that means two things: hardware and AI announcements are coming. ChatGPT is Google’s main concern, and I/O is the chance for the company to unveil the next version of Bard and other […]

App Review, Applications

Google Is Making It Easier to Turn Off Targeted Ads

October 20, 2022


Google said Thursday it has started rolling out My Ad Center, which enables people to turn off targeted advertising while still ensuring apps such as Maps, Search and Google Assistant work. My Ad Center, announced earlier this year at Google […]

Android, Operating System

Google to add Digital Car Key support in new Play Services update

October 12, 2021

Via: Pocket Now

Earlier in March this year, Google formed the Android SE Alliance to increase the popularity and adoption of digital car keys and driver’s licenses to be stored on-device. Later at Google I/O in May, Google officially announced that it was […]

News and Press

Google I/O live stream: How to watch Android 12 and Wear OS event

May 18, 2021

Via: Phone Arena

The next Google I/O developer conference is happening today and Google is expected to make some pretty major software announcements. It will be an entirely virtual event, like Apple’s WWDC 2021, and everyone can watch the keynote live and participate […]