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Google I/O recap: Major Android news, Chrome OS update

Today Google kicked off its annual I/O conference with announcements about Android, Chrome OS, its answer to Apple's HealthKit, and the next generation of developer tools.<p><b>Introducing Android L:</b> Android OS's KitKat successor doesn't have a name yet, but it'll begin with L. The platform update will …

Android News

The big takeaway from I/O: Google has finally evolved as a product company

After covering Google’s I/O developer conference this week, one thing is clear: This isn’t the same Google that created Google+.<p>Instead, the conference showed us just far Google has come in delivering products you’d actually want to use. And, in most cases, you can also see how those products …

Unlike Google Glass, Android Wear probably won’t get iOS support

Advertisement<p>3 Comments<p>Credit: Signe Brewster/Gigaom<p>When Google(s goog) introduced Google Glass, the wearable display only worked with Android phones …

The Elephants In The Google I/O Room: Glass And Plus

Google’s two-and-a-half-hour keynote address at its I/O conference today was filled with developer news. A new design language for Android, cross-platform concessions, watch apps, a health platform and much more was shown off.<p>But even a stretch of presentations that had one attendee asleep in his …

At Google I/O, developers are all in

Google's innovations and attitude at its annual I/O confab seemed to get a big thumbs-up from the developers in attendance.<p>SAN FRANCISCO -- The Google faithful are riding high going into the second day of the Google I/O developer's confab.<p>Google spent around two and a half hours yesterday revealing …

Android News

Google I/O: What We Now Know

The halls of Moscone West have closed, and hordes of Google I/O attendees — a few swiping their temples, and almost all swiping their wrists — are heading home.<p>The conference didn’t have the flash-wow of 2012, with the Google Glass skydive, but it’s always a chance to get a glimpse at what’s going …

Round vs. square: Smartwatch design divide steals Google I/O spotlight

As devices running Android Wear emerge, the big debate at Google I/O was the choice between a practical square or a more natural round design.<p>The most divisive debate rippling through the smartwatch community is not about software, price point, or battery life. Rather, it centers on a simple design …

Wearable Tech