WSJ: Google has Project Tango tablets in the works ahead of I/O

WSJ: Google has Project Tango tablets in the works ahead of I/O

Don’t be surprised if Google drops a Project Tango-based tablet on developers next month at the annual Google I/O conference. According to the Wall Street Journal, Google is readying a tablet version of its latest mobile initiative. Capable of recording 3D maps of indoor locations, these prototype tablets are alleged to number roughly 4,000 and should be handed directly to developers who can begin to harness its features. Sounds like we already know at least one of the tools being passed out at this year’s Google event.

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