Happy Friday! In this week’s roundup experimenting with beta versions, new worries for GoDaddy and most importantly Google I/O 2014 conference.
Welcome to Eighth Weekly Roundup – full of exciting news in the world of IT from Oxagile.
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- South Korean chat app maker joins a list of companies increasing their emphasis on experimenting with new features. Kakao has launched Kakao Lab, which lets Android users test new features before they are added to the app. Previously, Twitter, Facebook allowed users to register and test unreleased builds of the companys’ Android app.
- 55 percent of small businesses still don’t have a website. That’s what Google’s SMB division revealed today together with plans to build a domain registration service called Google Domains.
- We’ve got a developer preview on Android L release that will only serve for developers to play with and optimize their apps with the actual public release coming later on. New version of Google’s platform brings various changes to the UI, with refreshed status bar, dialer and just about every other system apps.
- Apart from the new Android L release announcement, the opening keynote shed some light on the future Chrome, Android Wear, Android Auto, Android TV, Google Cloud Platform, and Google Play. He is a nearly three hour keynote wrap-up to its most important highlights for those who lack the time to watch the entire presentation.