Today, we take a look at the Android L Developer preview, compare the three faces of Android Wear, evaluate a $1,000 bread-making robot and dive into the hyper-connected world of Google. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.
Android Wear is making waves this summer in the form of three new smartwatches: the LG G Watch, Samsung Gear Live and Motorola Moto 360. Read on for our breakdown of each wrist-worn device and its implementation of Google's wearable platform.
Android L is just a developer preview for now, but it's a forthright indicator of the OS' uber-connected future. With over 5,000 APIs, a new set of guidelines called Material Design and 64-bit support, Google's provided a great education of its next mobile OS update.
This is the Riomatic: a smart kitchen appliance that bakes a really fancy type of flatbread. Users must simply keep tabs on its water, flour and oil hoppers, and voila, it'll spit out fresh bakes every two minutes or so. The catch? It costs $1,000.
As this year's Google I/O conference came to a close, one fact became absolutely certain: Android is going to follow you everywhere. Read on as Sarah Silbert investigates Android L and its implications on Google's ecosystem.
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