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Update: Google Posts Registration Date For I/O 2013

Google has officially posted the registration date for 2013′s Google I/O online. We now know that the announced time for registration is March 13th at 7 AM PDT. Save this date, because tickets will sell out in less than half an hour if the past few years have been any indication. And of course, good luck to everyone trying to get the tickets. You’ll… Read more

Chromebooks Serve A Specific Purpose, And The Pixel Defeats It

Google has just announced the Chromebook Pixel, and I have to say I’m extremely disappointed. And probably not for the reasons you are. Yes, it’s $1300. It only has a 32GB SSD, it only runs web apps, and its battery life is not extraordinary. There is nothing in there that costs $1300, nothing. But that’s fine, people might buy it for the looks and the… Read more

Google Unveils Chromebook Pixel, High Res Touchscreen For $1300

After a few rumors of a Chromebook Pixel and others of a touch screen Chromebook, we have an official announcement. Google has unveiled the Chromebook Pixel, a 12.85 inch notebook running their Chrome OS. The screen has been supercharged with a 2560×1700 resolution in a 3:2 format. It clocks in at a very impressive 239 pixels per inch and a very… Read more

Google Maps May Soon Tell You Which Lane To Drive In

The photo above is from TomTom GPS, and the feature is called lane guidance. It’s built into most standalone GPS units, telling you what lane to be in for far easier driving. It’s something Google Maps is missing, and while it’s not a feature we can’t live without, it’s an amazing tool we wish we had. Fortunately, it seems that Google may be hard at… Read more

Google May Be Working On Their Own Physical Stores

In the age of the internet, sometimes it feels like physical stores are the greatest thing in existence. What happens when you want to try out the newest gadget instead of just blowing half a grand on it? You go to a local carrier stores or Best Buy and get your hands on it. And if you like it, you can get it right then and there without paying for… Read more