In the wake of snooping activities, attacks on privacy and major security threats plaguing the technological world, Google has announced what might just be a perfect solution.
Project Vault – the latest measure in security developed by the Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) division of Google, is a secure computer that fits entirely on a Micro SD card sized device. The tiny device runs its own operating system to manage all the passwords and secure data of the user, without having to use the phone’s resources.
In this article, I explain all that there is in Project Vault!OVERVIEW
Project Vault is a security solution that is present on a [...]
Google’s concept of a modular smartphone has not been a new thing. Last year, at I/O 2014, for the very first time, the world was introduced to the entire idea of a modular smartphone in real life. And although the demonstration of the Ara smartphone crashed while booting, we knew that Google were on the roads of building the first modular smartphone.
Enter I/O 2015, and Google’s ATAP division successfully demonstrated the first ever modular smartphone in their Project Ara keynote. Here are some of the highlights!OVERVIEW
Modular smartphones basically involve various components of the phone present as ‘blocks’ which can be assembled [...]
The ongoing Google I/O 2015 is a two day event, and the first day saw the announcement of some key changes in the world of Android: From Android M, to the new Photos App, to Google Cloud Messaging service. But the true innovations were announced on the second day, when the Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) Team took the stage.
One of their major announcements was that of Project Soli – a groundbreaking method of interacting with wearable devices.
Here’s all you need to know about it!OVERVIEW
Project Soli aims at the removal of an interim input device (such as a keyboard, mouse or even a touchscreen) and make the human body the only source of [...]
Today Google announced its new version of Android which is named as Android M at Google I/O 2015. The Android M Developer Preview images are made live now and the lucky Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player users will get the opportunity to Install the Android M very first and try it. The App Permissions, Web User Experience, App Links, Mobile Payment, Fingerprint Support, Power and Charging are main area of developments for Android M.
Google States that : “Warning: The following Android system images are previews and are subject to change. Your use of these system images is governed by the Android SDK Preview License Agreement. The Android preview system images are [...]