Google I/O 2012
The company rolled out incremental improvements to its social network platform while adding social elements to its other offerings.
Google Rolls Out Chrome Browser Improvements, Chrome and Google Drive for iOS, Chromebooks Go On Sale
Google rolled out a series of improvements to some of its core web products today at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Claims even the new version of Android Jelly Bean is not enough to salvage the device from lack of compelling apps and content optimised for the tablet.
Android still has a long way to go to best Apple. But the arrival of the Nexus 7, with Android 4.1 as its OS, may shake up the market.
Google uses skydivers, daredevils to introduce $1,500 prototype of Google Glass.
New tablet is 'built for Google Play,' a media repository in the cloud.
Analysts warn new voice feature could be helpful, kind of creepy.
Android 4.1 will be the successor to the current Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android.
The roughly 6,000 I/O attendees will walk away with some shiny new hardware.
Nobody knows for sure what Google has planned, but here's a rundown of the highlights expected and wished for during the Google I/O 2012 event for developers.
Analysts expect to see a Google tablet and possibly some integration of Google's Android and Chrome OSes.
With Google's developers conference just days away, more details about a tablet with the search giant's brand expected to be announced at the event have begun to leak out.