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Google didn't make a big fuss about Project Abacus at the I/O 2016 conference, quietly talking about its recent developments on the password-killing front.
Project Soli is another extremely ambitious and futuristic Google concept, envisioning a future where you can control every gadget from a distance.
The inaugural Google Play Awards ceremony just took place in Mountain View, and the list of winners is quite... eclectic.
There seems to be a lot of (circumstantial) evidence supporting the theory Android N will carry the predictable and fitting 7.0 version number.
As Google and NVIDIA hesitate to roll out new Android TV gear, the Xiaomi Mi Box dropped at I/O 2016 with 4K support and Google Cast compatibility.
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.
The inaugural keynote of the Google I/O 2016 developer conference will be broadcasted live in 360 degrees on YouTube tomorrow at 10AM PT.