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  • Android Nanodegree, learn how to develop for the next billion users

    This isn’t the sexiest video you’ll ever watch, but it is likely the most important you’ll watch this week. Education is something dear to my heart and at Google’s I/O developer conference, ex-GoogleX employee, now Udacity founder, Sebastian Thrun talks about how anyone can learn to develop for Android....
  • Watch the Google I/O 2015 live stream and social stream in one place

    Google IO developer conference is on tomorrow and this year the annual event has plenty of expectations. From Android on the phone, to Chromecast in the living room, even Auto in the car and Wear on your wrist, Google is everywhere in our lives and at I/O in 2015,...
  • How to access Google’s All Access Music pass outside of the US

    A couple of days ago Google unveiled it’s Spotify rival, All Access for it’s Google Play Music service. The problem is, you can only access it if you live in the U.S of A. If you can’t wait and want to access it from Australia, or from anywhere else...
  • Meet the new Google Maps and Google+

    As well as new devices, music services and game services being announced at I/O, Google also showed off previews of updated Google Maps and Google+. The new Google Maps features include integrated lists from Zagat, more reviews in more places and a revamped directions and navigation’s experience which now includes real-time...
  • Google Play Game Services offical

    We reported earlier on this week on a leaked version of Google’s Play Game services, which this morning was officially confirmed at Google I/O. The service will offer real-time multiplayer, leaderboards, cloud saves and achievements. That’s not even the best part either, the service will be coming to Android,...
  • Google to release a Galaxy S4 device with stock Android

    While it’s not being branded as an official Nexus device, Google will be releasing their own flavour of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 running stock Android Jellybean. The device will be available exclusively from Google Play in the USA for $649USD. There is no word yet on any Australian release dates...
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    “Google Play Games” leaks ahead of I/O

    You know how Microsoft has Xbox Live and Apple has Game Center? Well Google now has.. Google Play Games. The service has leaked out ahead of their yearly I/O conference in an updated Google Play Services. It will include multiplayer functionality, leaderboards, in-game chat, achievements and cloud game saving. The...
  • The next version of Android will still be Jelly Bean

    While everyone was hoping that the next version of Android will be 5.0 Key Lime Pie, we’re now led to believe that the next version of Android will in-fact be 4.3, and still be Jelly Bean. As spotted by an Android Police reader, there is an Android 4.3 JWR23B...
  • The best of the Google IO announcements

    Project Glass is finally venturing outside Google employees. The glasses will cost $1500 and unfortunately are only available to Google IO attendees that are also US residents. Pre-orders begin soon for a release in 2013, but are being built as a really early developer/enthusiast device. Translation, they’ll be buggy,...

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