Yesterday’s keynote was clearly different from what we saw last year, focusing less on hardware and more on developers. How do the two keynotes compare? What did this year’s keynote say about Google’s future plans?
Google TV has been moved to the latest versions of Android and Chrome, the company has announced, also promising faster updates. Read on for more details!
Joshua Vergara grabs us an interview with Nvidia, gets hands-on with Nvidia Shield, and has a test play of the new Dead Trigger 2 at Google I/O. Check out the videos!
We go hands-on with the completely reworked web version of the Google Maps, which is due to roll out in the following months.
The opening keynote of Google I/O was full of news and updates from the Google team. The recording of the full livestream is now available for you to watch.
During the Google I/O 2013 Keynote presentation Hugo Barra announced that Google is working on a new integrated development environment (IDE) for Android app development called Android Studio. Could this tempt even more developers over to Android?
Today, Google announced a two major updates to their Wallet platform. Google Wallet now allows you to send money to your friends quickly and securely from Google Wallet or directly from Gmail. Whoever you’re sending money too doesn’t even need to have a Gmail account to receive money and it’s completely free if you’re sending money from your Wallet balance or if you’ve linked a
Google did not unveil any new Nexus hardware (new Nexus 7, Nexus 4, X Phone or smartwatch) or an Android OS update (Android 4.3) at Google I/O. Are you disappointed?
Near the end of this year’s Google I/O keynote, Larry Page took to the stage to talk a bit about the future of technology. Page also held a Q&A session, allowing developers in the audience to ask him questions.
If you find it a bit hard to keep track of all the updates, new products, statistics, features and overall awesomeness that Google poured on us at Google I/O, here’s a place to get everything in bite sized chunks.