Google’s I/O developer conference is over, and we’ve learned quite a bit.
The biggest web company on the planet just added support for the most widely used programming language on the planet.
Google has gone from a company that approached design through cold, hard algorithms to one that’s employing gorgeous, user-centric interfaces.
Guest Post Google has made a fateful choice that may leave it with an exposed flank at a critical time.
The last word from the Google Glass team at Google I/O, all about when the next units are shipping and what apps should come next.
“I will never forget the first day on the team. I walked into a room full of people wearing these crazy things on their heads. … It was like a cell phone strapped to a scuba mask.”
“Google X is the hardware division of Google,” Jepsen said. And while she couldn’t say too much about the hardware follow-up to Glass, she gave the I/O audience a few clues.
Editor’s Pick The screen size is more limited than any other modern screen, so what is presented on the display must be drop-dead simple. Compared to these challenges, building the tech is a cakewalk.
Talk about eating your own dogfood.
Google is tackling one of the biggest concerns for Android developers: piracy.
Google is introducing an Xbox Live-like service that works on Android, PCs, Mac, and iOS.
YouTube will now let channel owners do it live… streaming, that is.
Editor’s Pick Google CEO Larry Page delivered a heartfelt speech at Google I/O today, saying the we’ve only accomplished 1 percent of what we can in technology.
Normally, when a company claims that it’s bringing the helpfulness of a Federation starship’s onboard computer to everyday technology, I sort of roll my eyes and prepare to be disappointed — except this time that didn’t really happen.
Google announced a new education program that will help teachers manage and push out apps and other educational content to classroom Android tablets.
The new Google+ looks a lot nicer than the old Google+, but will that get you to use it?
After months of speculation and rumors, Google finally announced its own streaming music service called Google Music All Access today at its annual Google I/O developer conference.
Google released three application programming interfaces today, one of which can sense not just when the person is moving, but in what way.
Google is announcing its answer to Apple’s Game Center — Google Play game services.
Google Play is doing pretty darn well, according to an update at today’s Google I/O developer conference today.
Android 4.3 popped up in Google searches that were quickly removed, leading us to believe we might see the latest mobile operating system from Google in its developer conference keynote.
Editor’s Pick We’re on the scene and ready to liveblog the heck out of this thing.
Today’s stream will start at 9 a.m. Pacific, starting with the keynote.
Forget the new stuff, this Google I/O will be about devs and useful upgrades.
Just a few days before Google’s I/O developer conference kicks off, Wired’s Steven Levy has finally gotten Pichai to chat about Android’s future.
Google’s annual I/O developer’s conference is coming up next week in San Francisco, and 6,000 lucky geeks will be flooding the Moscone Convention Center for all kinds of Google goodness: Chrome, Android, Maps, Ads, and — of course — Google Glass.
Google I/O 2013 will sell out within minutes. Are you ready?
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