A new report on Wall Street Journal claims that Apple and Google are trying to woe game developers to get exclusive rights to their gamesÂ on their platforms.
The smartphone industry is currently dominated by three companies, Apple, Samsung and Google, who mostly rely on you, the buyer, updating your phone every two years for their revenue. But what if you didn’t have to upgrade your phone every couple of years to get the latest and greatest hardware specs?
The battle for the living room is heating up, with most big tech companies fighting for a share of the connected TV market. After Amazonâ€™s Fire TV,Â TheÂ VergeÂ reports that Google is working on Android TV, a platform for connected TV devices.
Googleâ€™s new Photowall for Chromecast app turns your TV into an interactive, collaborative photo frame
Google today announced Android Wear, a version of the Android operating system meant for wearable devices like smartwatches. The project is available as a Developer Preview to registered Android developers, and Googleâ€™s initial manufacturing partner lineup includesÂ Asus, HTC, LG, Motorola and Samsung.
Senior VP of Google and chief of the Android team, Sundar Pichai has mentioned that the company will launch an Android SDK meant for wearable devices like smartwatches within the next couple of weeks. He also speaks about how this technology could be implemented in “Smart Jackets” with sensors in the future.