San Francisco is one of the biggest tech cities in the US, so it’s been a real surprise that Google Fiber has managed to avoid it for so long. But Google has officially announced that Fiber is coming to San Francisco, at least to a small extent.
Google Fiber will be coming to some buildings ... Read More »
Are you hungry for the new red Nexus 5 but simply can’t wait several days for it to be shipped to you? If you’re enrolled in Google Shopping Express, you can get the Nexus 5 delivered to your door the same day that ... Read More »
The Android platform has been evolving rapidly, and Google keeps growing with its many services and products. These are two of the main reasons why Google I/O has become one of the biggest events in the tech industry. Last year, tickets sold out in less than an hour, and things are becoming quite difficult ... Read More »
Sony Ericsson’s dancing Android robot has been spotted a couple times before (first in Taiwan, then in Malaysia). Google I/O is probably about the most important yearly event for Android, and this fun guy has been missing in action for a while. Bringing this fancy performer to Google I/O was just the right thing to ... Read More »
Even though the official event starts in San Francisco just minutes, there are still plenty of ways to get your I/O fix. From live streaming to tweets to I/O Extended events in your home town, even if you’re weren’t lucky enough to score a ticket you’ll still be treated to a smorgasbord of Google goodness. ... Read More »
Most of you have noticed by now that I stopped posting articles and there is a good reason for that. After two years of solid Android blogging, it is time for me to move on.
This week I began my new job as a product manager at NetShelter Technology Media. The name might ... Read More »
This one’s for all the current and aspiring application developers out there. As part of the APPNATION “Show Me the Money” Conference, FOX and APPNATION have partnered up to launch the first ever Pimp My App! developer challenge. The challenge is more focused in nature than say the Android Developer Challenge put on ... Read More »
Video recordings of all sessions and keynotes will be available on YouTube.