Google IO 2018: Combination of creepy and inspired?!

Google IO 2018 has just ended, and as always Google had a lot to talk about at their annual developers conference, but how much actually is relevant and important to you and me, well let’s take a look shall we. As always, Google showed off their latest efforts in the world of Android, as wellContinue reading “Google IO 2018: Combination of creepy and inspired?!”

Google I/O 2014: Android L

Every year, at inconsistent times of the year, Google have their annual I/O Developers Event, in which consists of traditionally 2 days of keynotes and 3 days for the Devs to check out and learn the best things happening in the world of Google moving forwards, difference being this year the 3 days became 2.Continue reading “Google I/O 2014: Android L”

Google Android installs reaches an incredible 750,000,000 ahead of Google IO

In a recent ‘update from the CEO‘ blog posted by Google CEO Larry Page had a lot to say as you’d expect, but something I think many people still were incredibly impressed by was what he had to say about Android. As a project that began back in 2004, and changed in 2007 after theContinue reading “Google Android installs reaches an incredible 750,000,000 ahead of Google IO”

Google IO 2012 Rumours – Tablet and Phone announcements, Jelly Bean

With Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O, fast approaching, it’s time to get some predictions set of some of the Android-related items that maybe expected out of the three-day event. As usual, there’s no shortage of Android rumors to ponder, but this year seems to be just a little bit different. For the first time since Android was announced, we’reContinue reading “Google IO 2012 Rumours – Tablet and Phone announcements, Jelly Bean”