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Google I/O 2015 Project Vault

Project Vault can provide secure storage for any device in the size of a microSD card

The ATAP group within Google is doing really neat (and secure) things with external storage devices. We're at Google's ATAP (the Advanced Technology And Projects group, and self-proclaimed pirates that "make epic shit") session during Google I/O 2015, and we just saw our first look at...
Google Photos is all about smartly organizing all of your photos and videos

Google Photos is all about smartly organizing all of your photos and videos

Google Photos is the company's new service and app that is separate from Google+ that was introduced today at the Google I/O conference. During the Google I/O keynote address today in San Francisco, Anil Sabharwal, the company's Photos director, introduced the all-new Google Photo app. The...
We took a look at the GoPro Google Jump camera array

We took a look at the GoPro Google Jump camera array

Google has been working on a way to bring more content to VR users and allow anyone to create it. Jump, Google's newly announced VR creation platform, is entering the market with a GoPro camera array. This new camera rig will hold 16 GoPro cameras that will work in parallel to record an...
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We took a look at the GoPro Google Jump camera array

We took a look at the GoPro Google Jump camera array

Google has been working on a way to bring more content to VR users and allow anyone to create it. Jump, Google's newly announced VR creation platform, is entering the market with a GoPro camera array. This new camera rig will hold 16 GoPro cameras that will work in parallel to record an...
Google I/O 2015

This weekend's sidebar poll: which Google I/O announcement excites you the most?

Google I/O is here, and while the developer sessions are still very much underway (and you can find all that coverage on our Google I/O page, the keynote has come and gone. What tickled your fancy the most? We know that this year may not have been quite as sexy or exciting as years past....
Google I/O 2015 ATAP Project Abacus

Project Abacus is an ATAP project aimed at killing the password

Google ATAP wants to implement a real time security system that constantly makes sure the person using your phone is you. The folks at ATAP, who are usually busy with things like Project Ara or making our clothes smarter, want to kill the password. It's a lofty goal, one we've heard from...
Google's Project Jacquard turns your tunic, trousers or anything else into a touchpad

Google's Project Jacquard turns your tunic, trousers or anything else into a touchpad

The idea of slipping sensors and controls into clothing isn't exactly new — you'll read stories about it every now and then. Connected workout clothes for monitoring your heart rate or other vitals without having to wear a wristband or chest strap. Or maybe you're just talking a hoodie with...
Google I/O 2015 Project Vault

Project Vault can provide secure storage for any device in the size of a microSD card

The ATAP group within Google is doing really neat (and secure) things with external storage devices. We're at Google's ATAP (the Advanced Technology And Projects group, and self-proclaimed pirates that "make epic shit") session during Google I/O 2015, and we just saw our first look at...
Google announces new 'Hands Free' payment system, testing to begin later this year

Google announces new 'Hands Free' payment system, testing to begin later this year

Later this year Google will begin testing of another payment option, Hands Free, which will let customers pay with just their voice. At Google I/O Google introduced Android Pay, the companies newest mobile payment system. It appears as though the company is also set to test yet another payment...
Android M Developer Preview updates

Expect at least two Android M Developer Preview updates before the final release

In a change from last year, Google officially plans to update the M Developer Preview at least twice before final release. Speaking at the "What's new in Android?" talk at Google I/O, Chet Haase of Google explained how the Android team plans to update the latest Developer Preview. Unlike the...
Android Pay

Google Wallet isn't being completely replaced by Android Pay, but big changes are coming

When Android Pay was unveiled at Google I/O, questions swirled about Google Wallet — now we have a better idea of what's going on. Android Pay is a new initiative from Google that seems to be a more comprehensive effort at a payments system, hitting key points and features that Google Wallet...
Google I/O 2015

The 10 most important things from the Google I/O keynote

Google dropped a ton of knowledge on us today. Here are the highlights. Google's annual developer event is now officially in full swing, and this year's keynote was full of things worth keeping an eye on. We've got a firm grasp on what the Fall is going to look like from Google, and now we...
Relive the all of the announcements from the Google I/O 2015 keynote

Relive the all of the announcements from the Google I/O 2015 keynote

Here's your chance to relive the Google I/O 2015 keynote, including Android M, Project Brillo, and much, much more. If you missed out on all of Google's announcements at the Google I/O 2015 keynote earlier today, you can now relive all of the action right on YouTube. From the announcement of...

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