The Android L developer preview is a much-welcomed—and much-needed—departure for how Google handles its popular operating system.
It’s all about ultrasonic signals that let your friends interact with your Chromecast without signing into your Wi-Fi network.
Carrier-friendly phones via the Android Silver program should debut next year, but Nexus phones and tablets will also endure.
Google offers I/O attendees the thriftiest swag yet, while also taking a playful poke at Facebook and its new Oculus VR unit.
Google is taking Android everywhere with L, and its design is changing in important ways as a result.
Google Glass and these nine other areas got the cold shoulder at the company’s I/O keynote.
It will now help you find cool apps among the multitudes now available and will mirror your Android phone or tablet to the TV.
Android makes the leap to the open road with a brand new software development kit and a fleet of automotive partnerships.
So long as it’s not the Moto 360, that is. The full software developer kit for Android Wear is also available today.
It’s got a new, subtly skeuomorphic look, performance enhancements for developers … and it’s 64-bit.
Google is welcoming more women than ever at this year’s I/O developer conference.
With a much-needed hardware boost in the cards, patient Glass Explorers might be hoisting their pitchforks anyway.
The biggest event of the year in Google-land is over. Here’s what the company brought to the stage.
Android smartwatches look to take center stage at Google I/O 2014.
If you’ve ever changed a default Android app or clicked on a link that took you directly from one app to another, you’ve seen Intents.
ReadWrite is giving 15 developers left out of the lottery a second chance to attend Google’s developer conference.
iTunes Connect 3 will provide an updated portal for developer analytics in the iOS App Store.
Google’s new process to register for its I/O developers conference is April 8-10. And then … the lottery!
Evidence is piling up that we may see a Nexus smartwatch (or whatever Google decides to call it) later this year.
Google’s developer conference set for the Moscone Center in San Francisco.