Google had a particularly busy time last week, unveiling several updates at the firm's I/O conference, the most notable of which related to the next version of the Android operating system.
V3 has put together a run down of the key events relating to Google last week to help you keep up to speed with everything going at the tech firm.
Android-based platform will let doors and fridges talk to printers, claims firm.
Android M launches with enhanced privacy, Android Pay and Google Photos
Google unveils next version of mobile operating system with scores of improvements and changes, as well as thousands of bug fixes.
V3 put together what it thought were some of the key features of the Android M platform after it was unveiled.
The Inquirer reported that Google confirmed it will push forward with plans to let web users buy items direct from Google searches.
However, this could well draw the ire of competition authorities, which are already taking Google to task over the alleged abuse of its search market dominance.
There were plenty of updates at Google I/O for developers to consider and V3 has provided a quick update on some of the most important.
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