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Google seeds multi-device Android app for Devs ahead of I/O

Google seeds multi-device Android app for Devs ahead of I/O

Write once, deploy everywhere. It’s the dream for Developers — well, everywhere — but isn’t always as simple as it sounds. With so many screens and so many platforms, there typically has to be a lot of manipulation of an app to work in multiple places. Ahead of I/O, Google is laying out reason that might not always be the case, with a reference app that is usable on a smartphone, tablet, Android Auto, Android Wear, and usable with Google Cast — with a single codebase.

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Google’s new events app is just for Google events

Google’s new events app is just for Google events

Yesterday, Google released an app on the Play Store that seemed to mimic their I/O app in a lot of ways. At the time it was flopped into the Play Store, there wasn’t much to discuss. It was clearly an internal project that was either released early (and lazily) or by accident. Either way, it was limited. At the time, we posited that Google may be using it at I/O, and it turns out we’re right. It also turns out I/O is about all it’s good for.

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Android Wear could come to iOS as Google preps app

Android Wear could come to iOS as Google preps app

As Google I/O approaches, we’ll start to hear some interesting rumors and chatter about what we might discover in May. Though a lot is going on lately with Google+, Android Pay, and Google’s incoming Nexus-ish carrier plans (which we can expect to hear more about at I/O), a lot is left dangling in the wind. Now we’re getting word that Google’s Android Wear platform may not be so Android-y in the future. According to one source, Google is preparing to make Android Wear more available to iOS.

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Report: ‘Android Pay’ coming to Google I/O

Report: ‘Android Pay’ coming to Google I/O

At Google I/O in May, we’re likely going to see a lot of software-centric things for the crowd of Developers packed into Moscone West in San Francisco. Though it’s all about the Devs, Android users will still get insight on what’s in the pipeline. Part of the keynote and overall discussion will likely surround Google Wallet, which recently found its footing with carriers as Google acquired ‘technology’ from Softbank. A new report details that Google Wallet may soon have company in the form of Android Pay.

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Google I/O 2015 will be held on May 28, 29

Google I/O 2015 will be held on May 28, 29

Google has announced the dates for their upcoming annual Developers conference, Google I/O. Those interested in attending or otherwise checking the event out via a remote location will want to set aside the 28th and 29th of May. If you’re going to be there, nothing has changed; Google I/O is still being held at Moscone West in San Francisco, so Developers should probably book hotels as soon as they can. Registration isn’t open just yet, but goes live in just over a month.

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Moto 360 nearly ready to ship to I/O 2014 attendees

Moto 360 nearly ready to ship to I/O 2014 attendees

At Google I/O this year, the crowd was given their choice of a LG G Watch or Samsung Gear Live to take home. That was met with some light enthusiasm, but when those sitting at the keynote found out they’d get a Moto 360 sent to them — well, they went absolutely nuts. Motorola has begun sending out notices, telling everyone to expect theirs soon.

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Catch up with Google I/0 2014 keynote and videos

Catch up with Google I/0 2014 keynote and videos

The end of June was definitely a wild one for the Android world. Google held it's annual I/O conference where the company's execs and developers detailed the next roadmap for Google's products. But in case you didn't have the luck to be there yourself, or didn't even have the time to follow the events as they unfolded, now you can get updated with the latest news and trends in Google's world now that the I/O 2014 videos are up for grabs.

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Android TV gaming controller spotted

Android TV gaming controller spotted

Android TV wants to be your living room portal for all things media. From watching movies and TV to Android gaming, Google wants you glued to their version of what media consumption should be. At I/O, gaming was a very strong angle for Google during the Android TV portion of the show. Now we might have our first look at the game controller for Android TV.

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