Tag Archives: Google I/O

Sundar Pichai Talks Slow Android Updates, Facebook Home, Samsung Domination And More Ahead Of Google I/O

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We’re set to see a whole lot more of Sundar Pichai in his new role as the head of Android later this week at Google’s I/O keynote. Before that, Pichai spoke to Wired and talked a little about what we will see later this week, the future of Android, slow Android updates and how Android and Chrome can live together. Admittedly it’s disappointing to hear… Read more

Samsung And Google Could Announce A New 11″ Nexus Tablet At Google I/O, How Much Bigger Does A Tablet Need To Be?

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Google I/O is only a couple short weeks away and information about possible announcements are starting to flow.  The latest tidbit is that Samsung Google will be announcing a new 11″ Nexus tablet.  While the device is yet to be confirmed, here are the rumored specs: Samsung 8-core Exynos 5410 chip At least a 1920×1080 Super PLS TFT… Read more

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

Google I/O Scheduled For May 15-17 2013, Once Again In SF

Google has finally announced the dates for the Google I/O developer conference. It shall take place from May 15th to May 17th 2013 and will be held, as always at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco. Strangely, the Google I/O page has not been updated; it’s still stuck in 2012. However, at least we know the dates. Also, registration details will be… Read more

Google Now Official Landing Page Now Live, Ready For Your Thoughts

Perhaps one of the most notable features from yesterday’s Google I/O Day 1 keynote was the introduction of Google Now. Google’s new card-based system attempts to personalize your life, all while learning your habits, searches, today’s weather needs, anticipating your traffic concerns and so much more. Google’s official landing page for their Now… Read more