With so many announcements made at Google I/O, one of the most essential was that we, as Android lovers, can benefit from is the announcement of Google’s bold to be working with big time carriers around the US as well as the UK to make guidelines for updates concerning devices….

Nexus 3 Soon To Come?

by on May 11, 2011 3:40 am

“Will Ice Cream Sandwich require phones with more processing power now that the complex holographic UI is confirmed to be making its way to phones?” This was the thought-provoking question during the Android Q&A session at Google I/O that Andy Rubin was made to answer. Then, he briefly answered “Maybe,…

f-galaxy tab white

While I’m happy for the attendees of the Google I/O Conference who will each be receiving a new limited-edition white Galaxy Tab 10.1, I can’t help but be sad that I can’t get one. That’s 5,000 tablets all in all for every lucky attendee and was the announcement that received…

Google announced details of the second Android Developer Challenge competition at its Google I/O event in San Francisco yesterday.  The new ADC will result in 30 winning applications that will get a share of US$1,975,000 in total prize money. This time around the competition will be broken down into 10…

At the Google I/O event in San Francisco yesterday, Google demonstrated some of the upcoming features of Android 2.0, also known as Donut. First up was a very Palm Pre/webOS  like combined search function that searches the phone and the internet at the same time, as a user types in…

Photo courtesy At the recent Google IO developer conference, Google’s Andy Rubin hinted that Google is looking to put together a way for developers to easily sell their applications to Android phone users in a way that is similar to what Apple has planned for iPhone apps on iTunes….