As with any other Google I/O conference, the next Android OS build receives most attention, but this time round, it is evident that Google has a vested interest in a wide range of segments from Google Pay, to making app discovery and usage more seamless and even setting the grounds to bring VR to the mobile segment in a big way. Find out in this roundup!
This year's Google I/O saw a huge emphasis on VR, with Google dedicating 18 sessions just for that tech domain alone. Indeed, Google has introduced the Daydream VR framework. Let's take a closer look of what it entails.
Big Bang Data is the newest exhibition at the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, and it invites us to look more closely at the world of data and it’s relation to our lives. We take you through some highlights in pictures.
The LG 360 Cam is a pocket-sized 360-degree VR camera with dual 13-megapixel, 206-degree fisheye lenses, one on the front and one on the back. When you take a photo or video, the camera stitches both images together into an immersive 360-degree shot. Making VR footage has never been easier!
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Of all the new developments and initiatives from every Google I/O, one will resonate far more than any other and that's a new Android OS. Come meet Android N and we'll let you in on a few things you should know about the new mobile OS.
Taking place right now at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, we're reporting live from Google I/O 2016. What new updates await for the Android user community, and the Google ecosystem? Find out now!
Sometimes, you don't have to be called a Titan to be one. Meet the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080, NVIDIA's flagship Pascal GPU that serves up gobs of bleeding edge performance. And yes, it really is much faster than a GeForce GTX Titan X.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X has officially been relegated to the past. It's time to make way for NVIDIA's newest flagship, the GeForce GTX 1080. But first, here are some pictures to tide you over till the 27 May launch date.
If DIY PCs sound like too much fuss, there's always pre-built desktops that offer their share of bleeding edge performance. The ASUS ROG GT51 is one such desktop, featuring not one, but two, NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Xs.