Google is relatively well know for embracing third-party developers. Where iOS forces users to stick with default browsers and email clients, use limited sharing options and keep their home screen just how Apple likes it, Google excels in handing over the keys to the kingdom. This goes for services too, where developers have been able ... Read More »
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Game developers have to rely on third-party services for everything from matchmaking to leaderboards, since Google does not embrace the Game Center concept. That may be changing very soon, however; a teardown of the My Glass app recently released on Google Play has revealed what could finally be Google’s answer to Game Center: Google Games.
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The Nexus 7 has been Google’s most impressive Nexus device to date. The mini-tablet sold like hotcakes and kickstarted the tablet-optimized ecosystem Android has been sorely missing. With the one-year anniversary of the Nexus 7′s release swiftly approaching, news of its successor is starting to leak onto the web. The latest rumors on the device ... Read More »
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Registration for Google’s annual developer conference opens today, and we expect it to sell out within the hour. The 2009 event sold out in 90 days, the 2010 event sold out in 10 days, 2011 sold out in 59 minutes, and last year’s sold out in under 30 minutes.
If you were planning on attending Google I/O 2013 (scheduled from May 15th to the 17th), you will want to mark March 13th on your calendar. According to the official Google I/O 2013 event page, registration for the developer conference will commence at 7AM PDT on Wednesday, March 13th.
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The Motorola X Phone is one hard device to pin down. We’ve been hearing rumors on Motorola and Google’s mystery project for several months now, the most concrete evidence of its existence being a job listing from Motorola for an X Phone project manager. Today, more rumors on the device have ... Read More »
Google has reiterated several times now, the most recent being their quarterly earnings call, that the world has yet to see the product of their merger with Motorola. Last year was dedicated to finishing what Motorola had started before Google took over, but that time is coming to an end. Google is looking ... Read More »
Over the last several years, Google has established a yearly release cycle for Nexus phones. So it stands to reason that Nexus tablets will receive the same treatment. The first Nexus 7 was released at last year’s Google I/O, which means that about three months from now, we should be seeing a follow-up device. Today, ... Read More »
Google has taken to Twitter today to announce the dates on which Google I/O 2013 will be held. This year’s developer conference will take place starting on May 15, and run until the 17th.
Much like Android itself, Google has turned Google I/O into something rather amazing in a very short amount of time. Not ... Read More »
There’s no denying that Google Now has received quite a bit of positive press since it was unveiled at I/O last week. Many have compared the service to Apple’s Siri, but there’s really a lot more that Google Now can do. The beauty of the service is that it learns your habits based on your ... Read More »