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We put the Android M Developer Preview onto our Nexus 6 as soon as the bits were up. What's working and what's still a work in progress? Watch and find out!
Android gets smarterr, Lenovo rolls out some crazy tech concepts, and an iPhone messaging bug sticks in Apple's craw. It's all ahead in this week's podcast!
Google Now on Tap takes an already-impressive Android feature and makes it much smarter. Siri should be quaking in her boots.
Mere hours after making its Google I/O debut, the all-new Google Photos app is out for Android, iOS, and web.
Join us as we discuss our first impressions regarding whatever Google announces at its Google I/O event. We have a ton of expectations this year.
The Google I/O 2015 Keynote just wrapped up and we got to see some of what's new in Android M. Here is what Google (finally) got right!
Get an early look at the latest Android release with these Android M preview downloads for Nexus models.
Google announces new Google Cardboard design with support for more varied home hardware.
Learn more about how Google Maps will evolve later this year, as maps offline will now provide users with more capabilities than just a map.
Discover the new ways Play Store changes will bring improvements to the Android app shopping experience, for users and devs alike.
Today's Google Now IO 2015 news is offering us a window into how the personal assistant stands to keep getting more useful.
Learn more about Google's announcement of Project Brillo and Weave, two new important tools based on Android that will power the Internet Of Things
The Google I/O 2015 keynote is underway now, and first up we're getting news about the Android M developer preview.
We may just have an Android M codename, as rumors circulate in the days leading up to I/O 2015.
With Google I/O 2015 just around the corner, we've rounded up some of the major things you should expect at the developer conference next week.
On this week's podcast, we talk Apple's iPhone 6s (which might be coming early), Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 (which probably isn't) and everything in between!
A cohesive Android M fingerprint API could be on the menu for next week's I/O announcements.
Hear a little about what Google might be up to with plans for connected appliances, as we learn about the rumored Google Project Brillo.
The official Google I/O 2015 app, which will be useful for attendees of the conference and observers from afar alike, is now in the Play Store for download.
Google is rumored to introduce a new Android photos tool that continues to break ties with Google+.
Emails Google has been sending to developers suggest that a family and kid-friendly Google Designed for Families program will be launching at I/O this year.
On this week's podcast, we cover the last flagship of the spring, the first flagship of the fall, and everything in between.
Google I/O may bring us news of App Ops-style Android app permissions returning.