By Nick Draper


I’m optimistically awaiting Google’s developer conference known as Google I/O that will take place tomorrow. I’m excited for three reasons, and you should be too.


One: Android “L.” A new version of Android has been confirmed for the Google event. Almost assuredly we will see even more polish and possibly more features as we await this new “L” named Android release. (My guess is the L stands for Licorice)


Two: Android wear. Google’s new API for wearables is no doubt exciting, particularly with the rumors of an Apple iWatch rumbling louder than usual this year. I’m curious to see how well the interface will work and exactly what hardware we can expect to see this on first.


Three: Android TV. Google’s last couple forays into the TV market have not been extremely successful, but there’s a chance Google may have learned from its past mistakes and will produce something that can truly compete with the great devices that are the Apple TV and the Roku.


By Nick Draper

I’m optimistically awaiting Google’s developer conference known as Google I/O that will take place tomorrow. I’m excited for three reasons, and you should be too.

One: Android “L.” A new version of Android has been confirmed for the Google event. Almost assuredly we will see even more polish and possibly more features as we await this new “L” named Android release. (My guess is the L stands for Licorice)

Two: Android wear. Google’s new API for wearables is no doubt exciting, particularly with the rumors of an Apple iWatch rumbling louder than usual this year. I’m curious to see how well the interface will work and exactly what hardware we can expect to see this on first.

Three: Android TV. Google’s last couple forays into the TV market have not been extremely successful, but there’s a chance Google may have learned from its past mistakes and will produce something that can truly compete with the great devices that are the Apple TV and the Roku.