Google I/O 2013 kicked off today with a 3.5+ hour keynote, which didn’t feature any new version of Android like it usually does, but still featured numerous exciting announcements, from a new Maps experience to a unified messaging experience.
This is a review of the top announcements from today’s keynote.
Have you upgraded to Windows 8 yet? Launched last fall, Windows 8 received some positive reviews, but also received its fair share of criticism.
Microsoft is hoping to change that and just confirmed rumors of Windows Blue, which will now simply be called Windows 8.1.
Interested in purchasing a Chromebook? Not interested in one with an Intel Atom/Celeron or a Samsung Exynos ARM processor? How about one with a full Intel Core i5 processor?
At a press event earlier today, Google announced the latest addition to their Chromebook lineup, the Chromebook Pixel.
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The music video for PSY’s Gangnam Style has officially become the most viewed YouTube video in history.
Are you a Galaxy Nexus or Nexus 7 user waiting to get the latest Jelly Bean update? The wait is over as Google has just made Android 4.2 available via an Over-the-Air (OTA) update for these Nexus devices.
First introduced a few weeks ago with the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10, Android 4.2 includes several new features and improvements over Android 4.1 (both called Jelly Bean).
Are you a fan of Google Nexus devices? Unlike regular Android devices which often have an OEM custom skin (such as Samsung TouchWiz or HTC Sense), Nexus devices are designed to give you the pure Android and Google experience.
Today, Google announced not one, but two new Nexus devices: the Nexus 4 phone from LG and the Nexus 10 tablet from Samsung.