Android: More than 400 million devices activated so far – daily activation crosses 1 million

Android is now almost 4 years old and when it was launched, it faced a lot of criticism but Google never gave up. Today, they launched the latest version of Android, known as the Jelly Bean, the most advanced and well-crafted version of Android to date. Last year at Google I/O, Google told us ...

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Google Chrome for Android now out of Beta

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Who can forget the debut of Google Chrome for Android? About 4 months ago, Google launched the beta version of the famous browser in Google Play store, and Google told us that it’s a matter of few weeks that the browser will be out of the beta version, and we made a guess that probably... ...

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Google Nexus 7 is here, launching in mid-July

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Ladies and gentlemen, the day is finally here when we see the first ever Google-branded tablet. Behold, the Google Nexus 7, an Android 4.1 tablet manufactured by ASUS. There’s no doubt that in it Google and ASUS have just made the most perfect Android tablet, and it’s beautiful as ...

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Google spills the Jelly Bean at Googleplex

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We knew from the beginning that Google would launch the next version of Android OS at the Google I/O 2012, but we still didn’t know the final name of it. Google cleared the air today though when they spilled some huge jelly beans in their front lawn, literally, and it’s right in ...

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Listen to AndroidGuys #125 ‘Galaxy S Three’ve’

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Recorded live on June 20, 2012, it's the first day of summer and the first time we're allowed to talk publicly about GS III.

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Party Your Apps Off with Lookout on eve of Google I/O! (WIN A FREE TICKET)

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Headed to San Francisco later this month for Google IO? Why not hang with the cool kids on June 26th?

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ASUS Nexus tablet benchmarks outed, featuring Jelly Bean

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Google I/O is less than a month away and things are getting pretty hot around here. Google will be introducing a lot of stuff related to Android, one of them is expected to be the new Android OS, and another might be the first tablet to run that OS. We know that Google and ASUS... Read More

Google IO calendar filling up with Android developer sessions

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With a little over one month until the conference, Google lists 20 Android sessions on the calendar.

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Google IO registration opens tomorrow (March 27)

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If you plan to go to Google IO 2012 then you will want to get up nice and early!

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Google IO tickets to be $900, go on sale March 27

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West-coast developers will need to wake up extra early if they want get in on the action.

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Google I/O expands to three days, moves to June 27-29

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Citing an "unexpected opportunity" Google announces a third day for the annual developer conference.

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Dates Announced for Google IO 2012

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The annual developer conference will attract hordes of Android faithful come next April.

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IO Version of Galaxy Tab Already Fetching 1000 Bucks

  If you were watching the live Google IO 2011 Keynote, you already know that it was hard to hear the closing. After Google announcing that all 5,000 attendees were getting a 10.1 Galaxy Tab…well the crowd was pretty excited! This limited edition IO tab is white and back with a ...

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Android by the Numbers: 100 Million Total Activations, 4.5 Billion Apps Downloaded

Hugo Barra, Product Management Director of Android, announced a few outstanding numbers at Google I/0 this morning regarding Android activations and app success

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Gundotra Promises Plenty of Android for Google IO 2011

Earlier today, Vic Gundotra took to the Google blog to shed a few details on the annual Google IO conference, set to kick off tomorrow. And as we had hoped, there looks to be plenty of Android on the agenda.  Of course with 21 session scheduled and a third floor takeover, we would expect ...

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