Google I/O Conference 2015

Google Takes Maps Offline

Going after "the next billion users," the company adds both search and turn-by-turn directions to the much-used app's offline mode

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Stuck in Cannes

At the opulent French festival, old Hollywood faces the rise of streaming films

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Hands-On With Android Auto: A Dashboard Smartphone

Bloomberg got a chance to sit inside a 2016 Chevy and demo Google's new car-specific interface called Android Auto. The software connects an Android phone via USB to the dashboard and integrates apps such as maps, music and messaging by using voice commands and the car's center screen. (Source: Bloomberg)

Google's Biggest I/O News in Under 3 Minutes

Today was a big day for Google. The company announced Now on Tap and revealed new details about virtual reality videos. Here's everything that matters from the Google I/O keynote. (Source: Bloomberg)

Android 101: How Udacity Can Help Make Better Apps

Udacity co-founder Sebastian Thrun discusses the company's partnership with Google that gives Android developers a curriculum to help tackle the growing demands of the mobile operating system. He speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang from Google's I/O developers conference in San Francisco. (Source: Bloomberg)

Are Taxi Regulators Qualified to Approve App Updates?

Matt Daus, former NYC TLC commissioner, and Gabe Klein, special ventures partner at Fontinalis Partners, discuss the proposed rules by New York City's Taxi and Limousine Commission to regulate car service apps. They speak with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Hack the Planet

Everything is connected, and here's why that's a bad thing

Hack Stats


How many of the 100 biggest law firms have had some sort of breach, according to Peter Tyrrell, the chief operating officer of Digital Guardian