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Google IO 2013 vs IO 2012: How did this year’s keynote compare?

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 ...
Andrew GrushMay 16, 201392 shares
 

Tickets for Google I/O 2013 available soon, event scheduled for May 15-17

Google's highly anticipated yearly event, Google I/O, now has a set date of May 15-17. There are a lot of exciting things that are planned to be revealed and talked about. Tickets for ...
Joe HindyDecember 5, 2012278 shares
 

Pebble team launches Android SDK at Google I/O

Is it time for smartwatches yet? And are smartwatches something that the mass-market will be interested in? This is a question that Pebble, Sony, Motorola and others ...
LucianJuly 2, 201237 shares
 

Day 2 keynote from Google I/O available online

Day 1 of Google I/O featured all the “cool” announcements, with the introduction of Android 4.1 Jellybean, the Google Nexus 7 tablet, and the Nexus Q. The long ...
Ankit BanerjeeJuly 2, 201228 shares
 

Google launches Glass Sessions: more Glass demo awesomeness (video)

Today, the Google Glass team announced on Google Plus (where else?) a new way for us to get insight into Sergey Brin’s pet futuristic project, which many of those who ...
Bogdan PetrovanJune 30, 201226 shares
 

Gmail boasts over 425 million active users

The keynote address on Day 2 of Google I/O was another interesting, information-filled presentation, ending with a behind-the-scenes look at the Project Glass demo from Day ...
Ankit BanerjeeJune 30, 201218 shares
 

Android Authority On Air – Episode 18 – Google I/O12 Recap

Tonight on Episode 18, we'll recap Google I/O 2012 by hitting the Jellybean feature list, give a run down on the Nexus 7 and the Nexus Q. We'll look into Drive, Maps, Google+ and Chrome ...
Derek RossJune 29, 201244 shares
 

Video: Day 1 footage of Google I/O conference

Lost your invitation to Google I/O conference? Fret not fellow Android enthusiasts, because you can now watch video of the conference’s first day keynote online right from ...
Bams SadewoJune 29, 201230 shares
 

Interview: NFC co-inventor NXP Semiconductors talks NFC and Nexus 7

The new Google Nexus 7 tablet, running the freshly-announced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, will be, without doubt, one of the highlights of this summer in the technology world. The ...
Bogdan PetrovanJune 28, 201254 shares
 

The Android PDK and how Google can further reduce the fragmentation issue

The Android Platform Developer’s Kit (PDK) is the hardware equivalent of an SDK for manufacturers. Usually SDK’s are released months ahead of the product launch ...
LucianJune 28, 201254 shares
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