Google Inc is only a few days away from taking the center stage and introduce new products and software at the Google I/O developer conference 2015.
As per the legacy, the company is highly anticipated to announce the next version of the Android, Android M.
The upcoming release of the Android will not boast any significant user interface improvements, but the improved stability and new under the hood features.
Google has been reported to bring many new features such as grouping and pushing the relevant notifications. The rest are supposedly going to be kept at the application level only.
This year, the Internet Giant is going to unify the notification on Google-powered devices.
The notifications once checked on a device will not be visible on the other.
The Android M is also going to come loaded with Smart Home features to support upcoming IoTs and connected homes.
Unarguably, Google Wallet is one of the most used wireless payment methods in the country, but other services, including Apple Pay and Samsung Pay, are also gearing up to give a tough competition to the Internet giant. We can expect new features and services to roll out this Google I/O.
A few months ago, the company pulled the plug on Google Glass in a hope to release a next version of it.
It ended the sales of Glass Edition and left its developers abandoned. However, as of now rumors suggest that the head wearable is going to make a come back with more features and stability.
At the San Francisco event, Google is going to reveal a new satellite mapping technology featuring the ‘Earth in Real Time’.
The rumored satellite mapping is the result of $500 million acquisition Skybox.
In a brief introduction the company said, “With Skybox, we’re looking to take the next step forward in satellite imaging and find new ways to help people use data from space to solve problems on Earth.”
Right after the Google I/O next even we have is the Apple WWDC lined up in June 2015.
Apple Inc is also expected to unveil new technologies and software upgrades this year.
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