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If you happen to own Google stock, it’s time to celebrate. Just one day after Android’s fourth birthday, Google’s share price has hit an all-time high, breaking the previous record, which was set all the way back in November of 2007.

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This year’s edition of Google’s annual developer conference takes place in San Francisco during June 27-29, a bit later than in previous years, when Google I/O was held at some point in May. Nevertheless, Google I/O 2012 is going to be quite interesting as we expect to see plenty of announcements during the keynotes. We think we have a pretty good idea of what to expect this week from Google’s event, and we’re about to share it with you. Google Nexus 7 We have exclusively confirmed a few weeks ago during Computex that Google’s first Nexus-branded tablet, and first Android tablet…

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Google CEO Larry Page is now said to miss due to some unexpected health problems the main event in Google’s yearly calendar, Google I/O, scheduled to take place between June 27-29 in San Francisco. Specifically, the CEO has lost his voice according to a Wall Street Journal report, and thus he won’t be able to take the stage during the keynotes of the developers conference. Strangely enough, he also missed Google’s annual meeting last Thursday and he is said not to make an appearance during Google’s upcoming Q2 earnings call that should take place in mid July. Google has not detailed…

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Here at Android Authority, we’ve covered every move that preceded the beginning of the Google vs Oracle trial. But we never knew how much new info we’ll be able to find out about Android, Google, and Oracle from this high profile legal battle. As we don’t want to bore you with technical details and such, here’s a timeline of the trial, marking every important statement by lawyers on both sides, as well as witness testimonies. Let’s get on with it, shall we? April 17: Oracle’s opening statement did not surprise anyone, as Google was accused of knowingly breaking Oracle’s intellectual…

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Even though we’ve been hearing for many months all sorts of rumors and speculations about a so-called Google Nexus Tablet,  manufactured in cooperation with Asus and ready to hit the market this summer, the gadget hasn’t been officially confirmed by anybody involved in its making. However, the tablet’s unveiling might be closer than anyone had thought, with Larry Page’s most recent statements just about confirming it. Page, one of Google’s two co-founders, made a public statement concerning the search giant’s latest quarterly earnings report and, aside from commenting on some pretty unsurprising figures, he talked a bit about “the lower end…

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Larry Page, one of the two legendary co-founders of Google, was named the company’s Chief Executive Officer in April last year. During his first year of tenure at the top of the Mountain View-based giant , he has overseen, among others, the roll out of Google Plus and the takeover of Motorola Mobility. Here are some key points from a recent Bloomberg Businessweek interview with Larry Page. On Taking Chances with New Products Page said that, over the years, Google has placed some big bets on things like Android, Chrome, or YouTube. While history shows that these are now some of…

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Google currently has a pending acquisition of Motorola Mobility in the making, still waiting on some final regulatory go-aheads to complete. Even though Google will have its own operating system and easy access to hardware production, Chief Executive Officer Larry Page is adamant that Android will remain just as open to all manufacturers as it does today. In an open letter published on the company’s website, Google’s co-founder said he expects to build ‘great devices’ based on the Android platform, coupled with the hardware technology of Motorola Mobility, which they are soon to acquire. He went on to stress that the…