Google I/O’s keynote address has come and gone, and as expected the Californian company has announced a wide range of new features and services. That includes Android M, the next version of Android, and new services like Google Photos, Project Brillo and Android Pay. Let’s take a look at the biggest headlines!
Google’s I/O conference kicks off with an epically long (2.5 hours) keynote this evening. We previewed the event earlier, suggesting what we might see – and now we’ll see how right we were with our predictions! If you’d like to watch the event, here’s how you can follow along:
This Thursday, Googlers and developers across the globe will converge on San Francisco for Google I/O 2015. The tech conference is Google’s chance to announce new products and initiatives, with an epic 150-minute keynote timetabled to begin at 17:30 BST. Here’s what we’re expecting to be announced!
Just over one month ago, the Xperia Z4 was announced for the Japanese market. Sony’s latest flagship phone included some reasonable internal improvements, but has largely the same design as its predecessor, the Xperia Z3. Now Sony have announced an international launch for the Z4, but outside of Japan they’re just calling it the Xperia Z3+.
Selfie sticks were invented in Japan in the 1980s, but it took a couple of decades (and the invention of smartphones) to make them go global. Now you can pay homage to their country of origin – and have some fun – with this katana-themed selfie stick for Android, iPhone and Windows Phone.