Not exactly an abundance to report on here, but if you are looking to get your calendar in order for the year, you can now reserve May 18-20 for Google I/O.
I/O’16 coming to neighborhood where it all started 10 yrs ago: Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, May 18-20. More details ... Read More »
During a Q&A session at Delhi University, Sundar Pichai was asked by one of the students why Indian sweets hadn’t yet been used to name a version of Android. After joking that he’d ask his mother for suggestions, Pichai said that when the name for Android N is being decided, maybe Google should “do an ... Read More »
The Chromecast has become a popular little device. Despite talking about it so much and recommending it endlessly, we can’t really claim too much credit for that. But according to Sundar Pichai, head of Android and Chrome, the Chromecast has sold “millions” of devices. No solid number was given, but that’s impressive nonetheless.
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Time to grab a vacation request slip at work and fill it out for June 25 and 26. Sundar Pichai just announced that those are the dates on which Google I/O 2014 will take place, revealing that the developer conference will be held at the Moscone West center in San Francisco, Calif. Pichai says that ... Read More »
Sundar Pichai took to Google+ just a few minutes ago and revealed a big milestone, along with the apparently well-kept secret that is the name for the next version of Android.
We’re about an hour away from Google’s Breakfast with Sundar Pichai event where the new Nexus 7 is rumored to be announced. Sadly for Google, it’s already been leaked out the wazoo and is actually Read More »
Rumors suggested that we might see an HTC One with the Nexus user experience, and today Google’s Sundar Pichai confirmed the device will hit the Play Store on June 26th for $599. HTC’s “Google Edition” device will land the same day as the previously announced Samsung Galaxy S4 “Google Edition”, which will retail for $649.
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Only two months ago, Andy Rubin stepped down from his position with Android, and head of Chrome, Sundar Pichai, took the reigns. Since then Pichai has been quiet, undoubtedly hard at work organizing Google’s upcoming developer conference, Google I/O. Not too busy, though, to sit down with Wired for his first interview since taking the ... Read More »
Google CEO Larry Page has just announced that Andy Rubin, the godfather of Android, will no longer lead the project as he moves on to start another project at Google. Taking over Android will be Sundar Pichai, who was the senior vice president of Chrome the last couple years.
We have been begging and pleading for Android to get the Chrome browser for years. And now that we have a Beta version available for Android 4.0 devices, the world seems a bit more at peace. Many of you may currently be enjoying this to its full potential, but as usual, Google is not stopping ... Read More »