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Google I/O 2013 was a feast for the eyes. Google had an impressive array of physical products, promos and demos on display.
Microsoft could learn a thing or two from the products Google presented and launched during this week's Google I/O.
Ahead of Google I/O, there were many rumors that Google would utilize its developer conference to set the stage to introduce the next version of the Android 4.3 operating system.
With Send Money in Gmail, users can send money as easily as adding an attachment. The PayPal competitor ties into Google Wallet and allows users to pay with a balance, bank account or card.
The Nexus 7 2, which had been rumored for Google I/O, did not launch. Here now are the five most important things to know about Google's missing tablet.
A number of rumored Google Android products skipped Google I/O including the Nexus 7 2, Nexus 4 and the rumored Android 4.3 and Android 5.0 updates.
Google announced two new media codecs at Google I/O 2013 giving users faster downloads and eating up less of their mobile data packages.
Google Play for Education lets teachers and educators quickly test, and push education apps to students and users with a curated Google Play app store fore schools.
A new leak shows the changes Google may have in store for Google Maps at Google I/O later today including Google Earth imagery and flight searches.
Though Google I/O tickets had quickly sold out on the day they were made available for purchase, Android and Google fans who cannot make it to San Francisco, California or were not able to grab tickets can still catch all the fun and excitement.
Google I/O is slated to kick off in just a few hours and the event may be the venue where Google will be unveiling a new edition of Samsung's flagship Galaxy S4 with stock Android.
Google I/O kicks off in a day, and here is what to expect at Google I/O 2013 from the Nexus 7 2 to a possible X Phone and what may come with Android 4.3.
A video of what appears to be the elusive white Nexus 4 has emerged on the eve of Google's yearly developer event, Google I/O.
Google's I/O developer conference this year will be a big event for Google and for Android devotees, but don't expect any major hardware announcements or revolutionary changes to the Android operating system.
Ahead of Google's I/O developer conference this week, Google Play Games, a social hub for gamers to compete against iOS' Game Center and Windows Phone's Xbox Games hub, has leaked on the Internet.
Google's CEO allegedly decided to do away with the rumored Google Wallet card, which would have brought the service to iPhone and more carriers.
The Nexus 7 2 may be the first to feature a Snapdragon 800 processor, bringing better performance and gaming, improved battery life and faster charging.
Google has recently published a schedule of the various different tracks that developers can choose from as they navigate around the Google I/O conference this year, and gaming on Android appears to be a heavy focus.
Claims that Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie is delayed past Google I/O, lack logic and backing to make us believe Google is planning the bold move of skipping Google I/O.
We make some predictions in regards to the release date and features of the rumored successor to the Asus Nexus 7, presumably called, the Nexus 7 2.
Rumors are swirling in regards to Google I/O and the latest is in regards to a Nexus 4 LTE, a device that would be alluring to many smartphone shoppers.
The latest report speculates that Google-owned Motorola Mobility has faced some delays for the X Phone.
Google has announced that it will begin shipping its Google Glass wearable computing hardware sometime next month, which coincidentally would be during the same month that its Google I/O conference kicks off.
Google's senior vice president of Chrome is now in charge of Android, which could mean the two platforms will integrate more in the future.
Though the company hasn't announced anything, Google I/O 2013 registration may start on March 13th.
With the latest Android 4.2.2 software update that was recently released to Nexus devices, Google made references to its Android @ Home project that was introduced nearly two years ago.
The Motorola X Phone is rumored to have a massive Droid RAZR MAXX HD size battery, solid camera, and quite possibly, an arrival in May.
The X Phone is rumored collaboration between Google and Motorola. Here is what we've heard thus far about it.
Google and Samsung are now waging another war in the fight for ecosystem dominance, and this time the provoker is not Apple, but it is Research in Motion with the launch of the BlackBerry 10 OS as RIM tries to re-capture market share in the smartphone space.
Google usually announces new Nexus hardware in collaboration with its hardware partners at its annual Google I/O developer conference every year, and this year, Google-owned Motorola is said to be debuting its X Phone at the same conference according to the latest leaks...
Google I/O will be taking place in May and it figures to give us our first look at Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.
The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean statue at the Googleplex has melted.
A look at the hits and misses from the Google I/O 2012 keynote announcements.
Google created most of the components of the Nexus Q "social streaming media player" in the United States instead of China.
The five features in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean that users will care about most.