Google to Launch Android M
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The Google will be unveiling its latest operating system Android M in its upcoming annual I/O developer conference. The conference is schedule to be held on 28th and 29th May 2015. However, the company has not confirmed the event directly, it was earlier written in the session description released for the conference and has now removed from Google's I/O website.
In the previous version of the conference Google has revealed the Android Lollipop, likewise in the same manner it is expected the new operating system will be released in this year’s conference. The search engine giant has not revealed many details of what to expect from “Android at work session of the conference.”
It is also said that Google will also introduce Voice Access and Proximity-based communication. Voice Access will be a service that gives users access to their Android devices through voice alone. Voice access will be open to third party apps as well. Proximity-based communication is a new technology for 'discovering and communicating with nearby devices.
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