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  • Google pledged 5 projects to make your life more comfortable by 2015

    Google pledged 5 projects to make your life more comfortable by 2015:

    Google the search engine giant may become a bigger part of your life by next year. The company detailed five projects at I/O 2014 conference, that indicate its desire to move beyond your phone and PCs screen and enter your household with more touch points.

    Here are five ways you could be using Google and Android more 2015 onwards.

    1. Android Wear:

    Android Wear is an extension of the Android mobile operating system designed to power wearable gadgets primarily smart watches

    You may soon find yourself talking to your wrist to answer your queries, find stuff on the internet and look for directions. Just say what you want it to do or what you need to know and it will do the same.

    2. Android TV

    Google wants to be part of your living room and Android TV is the route it is taking.
    It will use Google Now extensively to track your content consumption and give recommendations based on that.

    3. Android Auto

    Android Auto extends the Android platform into the car in a way that Google says is purpose-built for driving and focused on navigation, communication and music.

    You can control the music using the cars dash, while calls and SMSs can be received to or sent via voice commands. You will be able to drive an Android Auto-equipped car as early as 2014-end.

    4. Google fit

    Google Fit Aims to be your main source of health data.

    This platform will help you get the complete picture on your health and fitness by compiling the data across various apps. Google Fit will also give better recommendations based on the data and fitness levels.

    5. Android One.

    Its main aim is to help the manufacturers build better and cheaper smartphones without spending money on research & design. Instead of designing devices themselves, the Android One partners with be getting smartphone designs and software directly from Google.