Google’s I/O developer conference is over, and we’ve learned quite a bit: Devs just can’t get enough of Google Glass, design is a bigger focus for the company than ever before, and Larry Page is kind of sad about a lot of things. It’s been a whirlwind ride, but honestly we’re just glad to be out of San Francisco’s Moscone Center.
Check out our highlights from I/O below:
- Google I/O 2013 keynote live blog
- Larry Page is sad, hopeful, and frustrated in his heartfelt Google I/O speech
- Google Glass apps are easy to develop, but brutally difficult to design well
- What hardware is Google making after Glass? Mary Lou Jepsen knows
- What’s next for Google Glass: More units, more apps, more colors
- How cognitive science and user empathy powered Google’s design breakthrough
- OK, Google, your conversational search is awesome as hell
- Maps rebuilt from the ‘ground up,’ iPad version coming this fall
- Google Play for Education could kill the iPad in schools
- Major design overhaul makes Google+ look a whole lot like Pinterest
- Google announces its Spotify competitor, Google Play Music ‘All Access’ — ‘radio without rules’
- Hangouts, the best part of Google+, gets standalone iOS, Android, and Chro
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