Posts Tagged ‘io’

And the next version of Android is…. Jelly Bean!

Today Google made Android 4.1 Jelly Bean official for the world to see! Jelly Bean includes tons of new features to make the Android OS as smooth as butter. That brings me to “Project Butter,” is set in place to help improve Android’s overall performance. This enhancement includes setting the frame rate to Liked part […]

400 Million Android Devices Activated This Year!

With Google I/O 2012 kicking off day, some very impressive news has already dropped! First,  Android OS 4.1 Jelly Bean has been officially announced.  Secondly, Vic Windows 8 buy Gundrota, VP of Engineering at Google let the world know that 400 million Android devices have been activated this year, that’s 12 new Android activations every […]

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Official Google IO App Is Now Available

That’s right folks the official app for this years Google IO conference is now available in the Market.  This is a must have if you are attending, and even a good grab if you aren’t going this year.  There is a full schedule, bulletins, a live stream of the happenings and much more. While we […]

Want To Go To Google I/O But Couldn’t Get A Ticket? eBay Has You Covered, All You Need Is The Cash

So we are all aware that the tickets for Google I/O went ridiculously fast this year, sold out in 59 minutes.  Well if you were unable to get land yourself some tickets, but really feel the need to go, some people have decided to offer you the chance to bid on theirs on eBay.  Now before you start to jump […]

Google IO 2011 Site Goes Live, And Registration To Open February 7th

If you are unfamiliar with Google IO it is Goole’s annual developer conference.  Registration will open on February 7th according to Google’s Vic Gundotra, and the prices will be $450 through April 16, $550 thereafter. Students and faculty can register for $150, and the optional Bootcamp session is an extra $100.  If you are a developer for […]