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We don't know if Pineapple Cake is the official name of the next Android flavor, but we may find out at Google I/O 2018 between May 8 and 10.
It could be a false hint, but what if this Google I/O 2018 teasing game is actually confirming the dessert name of the next Android version will be Pineapple Cake?
USB-C is too open, he says, and lays the potential out that users will blame Microsoft, not cable manufacturers, for their charging problems.
There seems to be a lot of (circumstantial) evidence supporting the theory Android N will carry the predictable and fitting 7.0 version number.
Android Wear 2.0 is here, at least for developers, hitting the masses in the fall with greatly improved autonomy in a wide range of apps and services.
Android N is several months away from a commercial launch, and it doesn't even have a dessert name yet, but a few of its security features are official.
Google Duo, along with Allo, are essentially what Hangouts should have always been.
Google Home goes after the road-opening Amazon Echo with intuitive Google Assistant support and many, many neat tricks up its sleeve.
In just a few short hours, Google I/O 2016 kicks off in Mountain View, and people all over the world will be able to follow the action live on YouTube.
Forget Cardboard, as Google has its sights set on a sturdier, higher-end VR headset designed to work with a wide range of Android phones.