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Firebase expands to become a unified app platform

May 19, 2016 by in category android, Firebase, google, Google I/O, Test Lab tagged as , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Eighteen months ago, Firebase joined Google. Since then, our backend-as-a-service (BaaS) that handles the heavy lifting of building an app has grown from a passionate community of 110,000 developers to over 450,000. Our current features -- Realtime Database, User Authentication, and Hosting -- make app development easier, but there’s more we can do, so today, [...]

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Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview

May 19, 2016 by in category android, Android N, Android Studio, Google I/O, Virtual Reality tagged as ,

Today at Google I/O, we announced the most significant Android Wear update since its launch two years ago: Android Wear 2.0. Based on what we’ve learned from users and developers, we're evolving the platform to improve key experiences on the watch, including watch faces, messaging, and fitness. Android Wear 2.0 will be available to users [...]

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Saying 👋 to Allo and Duo: new apps for smart messaging and video calling

May 19, 2016 by in category Allo and Duo, android, google, Google I/O tagged as ,

Whether it’s welcoming a new baby, celebrating the winning shot in overtime, or discovering the best taco stand ever—we all want to share these moments with friends and family the instant they happen. Most of the time, this means picking up our phones and sending a message or starting a call. Today we’re sharing a [...]

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I/O: Building the next evolution of Google

May 19, 2016 by in category Allo and Duo, android, Android N, DayDream, Firebase, google, Google I/O, Instant Apps tagged as , , , , ,

This morning in our Mountain View, CA backyard, we kicked off Google I/O, our annual developer conference. Much has changed since our first developer event 10 years ago, and even more since Google started 17 years ago. Back then, there were 300 million people online, connecting through desktop machines; today that number is over 3 [...]

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Google IO 2016 android VR virtual reality android N cardboard headset

May 18, 2016 by in category Google I/O tagged as

Google’s annual I/O conference kicks off tomorrow and we’re expecting VR to be a major part of the event. Here’s a look at everything we know and what we expect to see from Google’s virtual reality initiatives. Android N Bakes in VR Android was built as an operating system for more phones, not for VR [...]

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Google announces 3 new APIs that help developers track location

May 16, 2013 by in category google, Google I/O

Today at its I/O event, Google announced three new Android APIs as part of its set of developer tools for mobile developers. Combined, these APIs will help applications track user location without heavy battery use, will enable the use of virtual fences, and will track user physical activity with new accelerometer tools. The Fused Location Provider […]

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