Today, Google is bringing more apps to Android phones, tablets, and PCs, and it’s launching more than 100 new Google Cardboards, Amazon’s Alexa Voice Assistant, and a slew of Amazon Alexa-compatible hardware and accessories.
Here’s what’s new in Android O. Google Cardboarding Android O includes new apps, including Cardboard.
The Cardboard app allows you to interact with virtual worlds and objects, including 3D movies and interactive TV.
Cardboard supports a variety of different experiences: Movies and TV shows, virtual games, music, and more.
The app can be used to interact in 3D, and is a great way to explore a room and see the sights and sounds of a new city.
Cards also work with a range of smart home gadgets, like Nest thermostats, Hue bulbs, and smart light bulbs.
The cards also include a few other additions, including a “play” button to quickly pause a video, and the ability to pause the app for up to 30 seconds.
Cards can also be used for navigation, shopping, and photo sharing.
Cardboarding supports a range to more than 40 different objects.
Cards are also capable of video calls.
Cards have a variety for music and video, with more music and more videos coming in the near future.
Cards come with a small screen that can be set to display a small video or images, as well as a larger screen to display video.
Cards support the standard Google Play Music and Google Play Movies services.
Google’s Cardboard for Android O lets you make voice-activated videos with up to 10 audio tracks, or 10 different video sources.
Google has also released new music players and a new video player.
Cardboards come in three flavors: Standard, Standard Deluxe, and Premium.
The Standard Deluxe Cardboard is available in blue, silver, or black.
The Premium Deluxe Cardboards are available in gold, silver and rose gold.
Cardbooks also include support for the Google Assistant, which can learn how to use your device to perform tasks, as long as you have a compatible phone.
The Google Cardcard can be connected to a phone’s speakers, headphones, and speakers, or the card can be placed in the speaker’s dock.
You can use the Google Cardcards to take a photo, share it on Instagram, and play videos from YouTube, Google Play, and others.
The new apps also include Cardboard Music Player, which lets you play the music from Google Play Store.
Google Cards have also been added to the Google Play store.
These are available for free.
The first Google Cardbook, the Google Cloud Card, launched in September.
The Cloud Card features a cloud storage of up to 2GB of cloud storage, a phone connection, and Google Card Reader, a mobile application that allows users to easily scan and add cards to their Google Cardbooks.
Google also has added Cardboard Reader for iOS, which is free.
Google cards have been available on iOS since December 2016.
Google and Cardboard are also working on new Android phones and tablets.
Card and Cardio have both been announced as Google’s next phones and tablet devices.
Cardio is coming in April with a 10-inch screen, a 5MP camera, and an 8MP camera.
Card was previously announced in May 2018 as a “new Google phone” and an Android-based tablet.
Card has already been launched in the United States and is being released by the end of March in the U.K., Spain, France, Italy, and Germany.
Card also launched in Europe and Australia, but it’s unclear when it will launch in other countries.
Amazon Cardio has been announced for April and is coming out in the same time frame as Card.
Amazon has also announced a new Android-powered phone.
Amazon announced that it is making Cardboard compatible with its new Alexa Voice Service, which will be launched in late 2019.
Alexa Voice Services, which Google announced in January 2018, are the first voice assistant products that can recognize and respond to spoken commands in the real world.
Cards and Alexa are both coming to the Echo Show, which runs on Amazon Echo speakers.
The Echo Show runs Alexa on Alexa-enabled devices, and users can ask Alexa to do things like read a book, play a music playlist, and even play the Alexa Music Player.
Cards will be available in the Echo Store and the Google Store.
Amazon also plans to add Cardboard to its upcoming smart home smart speaker, the HomePod.
The HomePod is a smart speaker that plugs into your home’s power outlets, and will include Google Cardio and Alexa support.
Card is coming to more Android devices, including smart TVs, smartphones, and tablets, including the Pixel, Nexus 5X, and Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.