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Google I/O Registration Pushed Back to April 15th-18th

We’re you ready to register for Google I/O tomorrow? I am sure some of you were, but now, you have to wait another week. Google has pushed back the Google I/O registration by a week, but don’t think it has anything to do on their end. Okay it probably does, but Google is...
Filed in: Developers, Google I/O
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Google I/O Conference Gets its Dates on the Calendar

Google I/O has finally been scheduled this year, and the dates you should mark on your calendar are June 25th and the 26th. Many of us were wondering when Google was going to plan their developer conference, and it was Sundar Pichai to the rescue. Apparently there will be a sort...
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So Key Lime Pie was actually at Google I/O

Made you look! Ok, so we’re not actually talking about the highly anticipated 5.0 build of Android. But we are talking about Google I/O. Rather than the fully fledged software build we’ve all be dying to get our sweaty hands on, throughout the event were easter eggs that served...
Filed in: Android, Google I/O, News
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Google Glass + prescription glasses seen at Google I/O

One of my primary gripes with Google Glass at its launch was the fact that it did not cater to individuals that already wear prescription glasses; as someone who has to constantly wear glasses, I already have enough trouble trying to watch 3D movies. There have been murmurs and reports...
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Google announces an improved interface and promotional tools for AdMob

Upgrades to Google’s AdMob will be rolling out today. Google will be working on bringing AdMob up to speed with their other ad platforms, like AdWords and AdSense. Starting out, AdMob will be receiving Conversion Optimizer, a feature of AdWords. Conversion Optimizer works by  having advertisers...
Filed in: Developers, Google I/O
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Google Play Games is officially announced, kills off Google+ Games

Today at Google I/O, Google officially announced its new games service, Google Play Games, and this was very exciting because we didn’t see this coming. Google announced that Google Play Games would have features such as achievements, leaderboards, cloud data sync and real-time...
Filed in: Android, Google I/O, News
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ManDroid Quickie: Google I/O 2013 Wrap-up!

Today was a good day in the Android world. A lot of us were satisfied by today’s event. A lot were disappointed. I for one felt it was a good keynote. My only real surprise was no Android 4.3, but I was more looking for to the Google Hangouts messaging service. Let us know...
Filed in: Google I/O, Videos
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Google+ Gets a Design Overhaul and Adds 41 New features

Google+ will be getting a nice little UI overhaul later today, as well as adding 41 additional features. The new UI has a very Google Now card-like quality to them, as well as taking an animation effect that is reminiscent of Flipboard. Now they did not go over all the features...
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Google music streaming service to be announced at Google I/O

With Google I/O literally hours away, there has been news that Google will likely be announcing a music streaming service, which aims too compete with the likes of Spotify and other like services. This news isn’t so much a surprise as it is an inevitability with a Google music streaming...
Filed in: Google I/O, Music, News, Rumor
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[RUMOR] Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition to be at Google I/O?

This probably won’t be the last rumour you hear before the start of Google I/O but it is definitely one of the more interesting ones so far and doesn’t involve the Moto X Phone. There is a rumour circulating that Samsung and Google have been knocking boots to create a Galaxy...
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Watch the Google I/O Keynote Right Here

We are less than a day away from the from Google I/O, and if you were wondering where you can watch the keynote tomorrow, we got it for you. Not like it was hard to find, but just incase you did not want to search for it, the link to the Google Developers channel is shown below....
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