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Google finally revealed its much awaited next smartphone operating system, Android M at the conference in San Francisco. AFP
1/8Google finally revealed its much awaited next smartphone operating system, Android M at the conference in San Francisco. AFP
Google unveiled its own contactless payment system, Android Pay, at the conference which will allow people to pay for items in shops via their mobile phones. Android M will feature the service. Bloomberg
2/8Google unveiled its own contactless payment system, Android Pay, at the conference which will allow people to pay for items in shops via their mobile phones. Android M will feature the service. Bloomberg
Google introduced its virtual reality viewer—a cardboard box, with some lenses and a magnet at last year’s I/O conference. It has been updated and now supports iOS along with Android. The device aims to enable use of smartphone and YouTube to watch 3-D videos.Reuters
3/8Google introduced its virtual reality viewer—a cardboard box, with some lenses and a magnet at last year’s I/O conference. It has been updated and now supports iOS along with Android. The device aims to enable use of smartphone and YouTube to watch 3-D videos.Reuters
An attendee diplays an Android Wear with a LG Electronics Inc. Urban watch and mobile device. Updates to Android Wear include a low-power, always-on mode. Bloomberg
4/8An attendee diplays an Android Wear with a LG Electronics Inc. Urban watch and mobile device. Updates to Android Wear include a low-power, always-on mode. Bloomberg
Android Wear-based smartwatches will be now compatible with wrist-flicking gestures, emoji recognition, an always-on display and an app launcher.AFP
5/8Android Wear-based smartwatches will be now compatible with wrist-flicking gestures, emoji recognition, an always-on display and an app launcher.AFP
GoogleJump, an array of 16 GoPro Inc. Hero4 cameras is displayed during the Google I/O Annual Developers Conference. The new multi-camera array can shoot videos in 360 degrees. AFP
6/8GoogleJump, an array of 16 GoPro Inc. Hero4 cameras is displayed during the Google I/O Annual Developers Conference. The new multi-camera array can shoot videos in 360 degrees. AFP
HBO Now, the standalone web-streaming service for movies and TV shows such as “Game of Thrones,” will be available across all of Google’s devices, including televisions and mobile gadgets. AP
7/8HBO Now, the standalone web-streaming service for movies and TV shows such as “Game of Thrones,” will be available across all of Google’s devices, including televisions and mobile gadgets. AP
Google released Spotlight Stories as a standalone app on Android devices. Spotlight Stories are a series of videos and short films that serve as a playground for animators and filmmakers who want to make projects specifically for smartphone screens. Bloomberg
8/8Google released Spotlight Stories as a standalone app on Android devices. Spotlight Stories are a series of videos and short films that serve as a playground for animators and filmmakers who want to make projects specifically for smartphone screens. Bloomberg
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