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Google Details Android M, VR, IoT, And Unlimited Photos

Google used the opening day of its I/O 2015 developer conference to offer details about the next version of Android, what it has planned for virtual reality and the Internet of Things, and free unlimited photos.

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mak63
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5/31/2015 | 1:31:31 AM
Android Pay and billions
in February 2015, Google acquired Softcard from the mobile carriers
I didn't know the story of Softcard and the importance of the Google's acquisition, I hope Android Pay will take off soon. But they could have really chosen another name.

 Google Search, YouTube, Maps, Gmail, Android, and Chrome all have more than 1 billion users.
These are shared users, right? Otherwise, there will be 6 billion people using these Google goodies. It can't be correct.
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5/30/2015 | 5:31:13 AM
Brillo is a brilliant move.
My personal favorite is Brillo.

Google prepared the Android at the right time. Smart phone shipments were picking up. It arrived and it conquered. A cross-manufacturer powerful mobile OS was badly needed at that time. At this time a cross-platform IoT OS is badly needed.

Five years ago, nobody had heard of Android. Now its world's favorite mobile OS.

In five years, I predict that Brillo will become the IoT world's favorite OS. Lets see.
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