In case you missed it, Google’s important event of the year is happening right now. Google I/O which is an annual conference focused on developers is currently held at the Moscone Center, San Francisco and will run until May 17. This year’s event had several highlights which we are going to list down. Updated Google
I’ve been trying really hard for the past 12 hours or so to hunt down an Android story unrelated to Google’s I/O event set to take place later this week, but there’s simply nothing out there. Nada. Zilch. You know, except for Sony’s attempts to make people even more confused about the Xperia family, which we
Google will be holding their annual developers conference at downtown San Francisco at the Moscone Center, from May 15th to the 17th. The focus of the tech community will be on the keynote on day 1, which Google will take this opportunity to announce some exciting news and products. Android Key Lime Pie Not Expected
With Google’s I/O conference closing in fast, trying to sum up all the rumors from the past week or so concerning possible San Francisco intros would take us… well, basically, the time left to the actual I/O event. The recent rumor bonanza has starred everything from that mystical X Phone to a second-generation Nexus 7
Rumors concerning Google’s possible hardware launches during this week’s I/O conference may be a dime a dozen these days, but we can still start talking about certainties. For instance, we’re pretty sure the Nexus 7, the hugely successful 7-inch tablet that was debuted during last year’s I/O, will be getting at least one follow-up by
A new Google X Phone-related story has emerged just hours ago on the web, prompting us all to ask ourselves when is the whole thing going to end. This time, the Motorola phone carrying the model number XT1058 and thought to be AT&T’s version of the X has been spotted in GFX Bench’s records. It’s
Say, what do you think was 2012’s biggest tech event? What do you mean CES? No, it wasn’t! And Samsung’s Unpacked events revealing the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 weren’t either. Instead, it was Google’s I/O conference. Just think about it. Google introduced the Nexus 7 during the conference, as well as Android 4.1
Google has announced that it will officially open the I/O event for registration on March 13, 2013 at 7:00 AM PDT (GMT-7). While waiting for the registration to open, Google advises those who are interested in the event to register for accounts on Google+ and Google Wallet. These are necessary to complete the registration process.