Google and IMAX announced their partnership on Thursday May 19 for new camera technologies for the Mountain View company’s 360 degree camera platform.
At Google I/O 2016, the company announced the Allo and Duo apps. These will be their take on general messaging and video calls, respectively.
At Google I/O 2016, Android group project manager Ellie Powers spoke about the new Instant Apps for the platform that allow users to use parts of apps in their mobile browser without installing on their devices.
The new AI assistant by Google looks to utilize cloud computing to create a more seemless, conversational style experience. Google CEO Sundar Pichai demonstrated the new product at the company’s I/O keynote event.
The platform will be integrated into Android N, the next version of Google’s expanding operating system. Google VP of Virtual Reality Clay Bavor presented the program and some of it’s partners at Google I/O 2016.
The new service launched on May 10, along with a company press release. The service allows users to upload their own videos, as well as profit from the sales of or preroll ad views on those videos.
The streaming service, a joint venture between Disney, Comcast, and Fox will attempt to rival Sling, Playstation Vue, and “skinny” TV packages.
Get your goggles ready. Minecraft: Gear VR Edition is here. Mojang has teamed up with Samsung and Oculus to create the first ever virtual reality version of Minecraft. The new iteration of the game offers fully immersive capabilities that launch the user from their bedroom, into sprawling villages, deep ravines and…
On Thursday the first official sneak peek of what Pokémon GO will look and play like was released in a blog post on developer Niantic’s website. Pokémon GO is the highly anticipated Pokémon smartphone app, previously announced in September. There had not been much new information about the game until…
On March 21, Apple held a keynote address in which they unveiled the new iPhone SE, a smaller iPad Pro, and new features and updates for the Apple Watch, AppleTV, and iOS 9.3. The keynote opened with a video detailing 40 years of Apple history in 40 seconds. CEO Tim Cook…