9 things you won’t want to miss at Google I/O

9 things you won’t want to miss at Google I/O

Google I/O is going to be good this year. Photo: GoogleGoogle I/O is one of the biggest events on the calendar for Android fans, and this year’s event is going to be just as exciting as the last. In addition to the next-generation Android upgrade, we’ll see updates to other Google platforms, and maybe even new devices. Here are nine things that you won’t want

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Microsoft’s Office productivity suite will now be pre-loaded on tablets from 20 more OEMs

Microsoft’s Office productivity suite will now be pre-loaded on tablets from 20 more OEMs

Microsoft apps will now be pre-loaded on more Android devices. Photo: MicrosoftMicrosoft today announced that 20 new companies will now be pre-loading its apps and services on Android devices sold by them. The company had announced back in March that Samsung would start pre-loading a few of its apps — OneDrive and OneNote among others — on its smartphones and tablets. Microsoft’s strategic agreements with companies like

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Google expected to launch two Nexus phones this year, but no tablet

Google expected to launch two Nexus phones this year, but no tablet

Two new Nexus phones this year? Yes please! Photo: GoogleGoogle will attempt to reverse declining Nexus sales with the launch of two new smartphones in 2015, according to a new report. The devices are expected to come in different sizes to appeal to a larger number of consumers, but they may not be accompanied by a new Nexus tablet. One of Google’s new Nexus smartphones

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Twitter’s Periscope app lets you live-stream from your Android

Twitter’s Periscope app lets you live-stream from your Android

Periscope is finally available to all (except those on Windows Phone and BlacBerry). Photo: PeriscopePeriscope, the increasingly popular live-streaming app from Twitter, is now available on Android. We’ve had to wait two months for it to hit Google Play since making its debut on iOS, but Android users get to enjoy some brand new features iPhone owners don’t have. With 1 million users in its first 10 days, Periscope has

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Microsoft Cortana is going cross-platform to take on Siri and Google Now

Microsoft Cortana is going cross-platform to take on Siri and Google Now

Cortana in action on Android. Screenshot: Cult of AndroidThe battle between virtual assistants is about to hot up again as Microsoft Cortana prepares to go cross-platform to take on Siri and Google Now. The intelligent virtual assistant will be arriving on Android and iOS later this year, but you can get a sneak peek in the video below. Cortana has been baked into Windows

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