Google's latest developer conference is, as expected, focused on the next generation of Android phones. Here's what you need to know.
Android's new operating system (5.0) is codenamed L. It's a complete graphical overhaul for the interface, intended to give the phone "weight."
The operating system mimics real-life design, and offers many new tools for apps developed with L in mind to feature organic interfaces.
L will let users interact with their notifications from the lock screen, a feature also announced for iOS 8.
The next generation of Android tech seems to be focused around integrating wearables. A smart watch will, for example, automatically unlock your phone's screen without requiring a password.
Voice command integration means that you'll be able to tell small watches to set reminders or notifications to your smartphone. The device demoed was the LG G watch which will be available on the play store later today.