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April 27, 2013

What to Expect in Google I/O 2013?

Google I/O, the search engine giant’s annual developer conference, has traditionally been the place where Google unveils its new and exciting technology and gadgets. This year’s Google I/O conference will take place between May 15 and May 17, and will be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Like previous years, we have plenty to be excited about this year. Since the time is less than a month away, I can’t help creating a round-up of the top 5 reveals I am hoping to see, especially when it comes to such forthcoming goodies as Nexus 5, Motorola X and plenty more.

Nexus 5

The Nexus 4 was eventually revealed in October, and took the world by storm due to its high-end hardware and low-end price tag. However, recently the Nexus 5 has become the hottest topic and rumors about this tablet says that it will come with plenty of gorgeous features and specs such as: 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, a 2800mAh or 3300mAh battery, 9 or 16 megapixel primary snapper and 2-megapixel front-facing camera, 16/32/64GB on-board memory variants and 3GB of RAM. There are also rumors says that the Nexus 5 will be the first device to come with Android Key Lime Pie.

Nexus 7

A revamped version of the Nexus 7 tablet keeps the best features of Google’s iPad killer with a few enhancements. The new Nexus 7 tablet will reportedly be released in July. Some rumors also suggest that Google will swap the Nexus 7’s existing NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor. Rumors have also spread about a screen update. It was said that the display would get a Full HD resolution, although this sounds unlikely if the low price is to be retained. Asus has been linked with building the new model.

Motorola X

The Motorola X is expected to come with a 1080p 4.7-inch display, along with a particularly thin bezel. The Motorola X might be waterproof up to 30 minutes with its Gorilla Glass screen and 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core Krait 400 CPU. The device we are fantasizing of could is only likely to launch in August this year. Many believe the Motorola X will be revealed at the Google I/O conference.

Google Babble

Babble is expected to unite Chat, Talk, Voice and Google Plus communication into a single service with the same conversations and features available everywhere. Babbel may end up being part of Android 5.0, and is said to be an Android version of iMessage and BlackBerry Messenger – in other words, a free, inter-device messaging platform that uses data and not an SMS. It could also bring together all of Google’s communication tools, including Google Voice, Hangouts, and Google Talk.

Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie

That leaves us with what might be the hottest Google development we’re likely to see at Google I/O. As although Android 4.1 and 4.2 have brought considerable improvements to Google’s mobile OS, they were point updates to Android 4.0. For that reason, Android Key Lime Pie will need to be pretty impressive if it’s to warrant a version number boost to 5.0.

April 25, 2013

New Google Nexus 7 2.0 Tablet Sets for Google I/O Launch with Android Key Lime Pie

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With Google I/O just approaching, tech enthusiasts globally are starting to get excited about what gadgets will be offered at the event. The long-rumored second generation Google Nexus 7 2.0 is being speculated to make its appearance at the event, and it will lead the charge with Android Key Lime Pie.

About Design
The second generation Nexus 7 will be a durable but heavy slab with a matte back cover finish that eliminates the need for a protection case. The slight changes in design will make this tablet thinner and lighter than before.

About Processor:
Another rumor we’ve heard about the next Nexus 7 is that Google may be making a processor change, dropping NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 that currently graces the Nexus 7 for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 Pro processor. Asus is still expected to manufacture the device.

About Storage Capacity:
The storage capacity will remain restricted on the internal provisions determined by Google, which is a choice between 16GB and 32GB.

About Price and Release Date:
Revamped Nexus 7 is expected to retain its current price point of $199. Previous rumors have also claimed that the updated Nexus 7 will be released in July, so this is beginning to bode well for those who are hoping to see a refresh in the coming months.

It is also rumored to have a full HD display, Wi-Fi and cellular capabilities, as well as Android Key Lime Pie. Rumors are rife that Google has chosen the Nexus 7 as the first device to display the new Android prowess that will come via KLP. The tablet will likely beat Google’s two rumored smartphones this year – the Motorola X-Phone and the Nexus 5.

March 31, 2012

Focus on Google I/O: Top 10 Popular Attractions Guessing

According to foreign media reports, tickets for Google I/O 2012 have been sold officially on March 27, the United States Eastern Standard Time. Tickets which will cost $900 per one have been sold out in 30 minutes. This phenomenon shows that developers are looking forward to various Google platforms including Android and Chrome. Google I/O 2012 is scheduled on June 27 and it will last 3 days. Although the specific discussion matters on this conference have not been announced by Google, top 10 popular attractions people look forward to have been listed below:

1. Brilliant Android Data
A very similar matter between Google and Apple lies in that both of them like to talk about the relevant data of mobile performance as far as possible. Therefore, Google will also talk about Android global Daily activation number. The reason for Google to emphasize Android performance is that, Google means to put pressure directly on Apple.

2. The new Android
Google would seize the opportunity to discuss over the advantages of the new version Android during Google I/O in the past. So this year Google will continue to talk about it without doubt. After all, Google I/O has been a spot to attract media and developer so Google will keep talking about the new Android.

3. New Chrome OS
Chrome OS is the right one Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac compete for, which mainly runs on Chromebook devices, but it has been ignored by people. In Google I/O this year, it is expected that Google will talk about Chrome again, for example, its usages in the next few years.

4. Problems from Android Market Developers
One of the important factors for Android success is that this platform does attract developers. Google I/O tickets’ running-out in a short time also reflects that developers are looking forward to developing applications for Google operating system. Therefore, Android Market application talking as well as the corresponding developers attracting will be a big attraction of Google I/O this year.

5. Security Will Be the Main Topic
Without doubt, security will be the most important problem faced with Android. So it is quite possible for Google to talk about the safety problems of this system. From Google’s viewpoint, disregarding the security problem will be dead wrong.

6. The Future of Google TV
Google TV was one of the important topics in Google I/O 2011 and Google talked about how to attract future bedroom users via Google TV. But from then on, the ignorance of it made the market question Google whether it quit this business ot not. And now with more and more rumors showing that Apple will launch TV product, it is unlikely for Google to give up Google TV so this matter will be discussed over this year.

7. Search Function
It will not be Google’s style if it does not focus on search business in Google I/O 2012. In short, Google search will be a vital service so it will become a big topic this year.

8. Google+
In addition to search service, network service is important for Google as well. Google+ seems to become the most important service besides Google Search recently. Under the circumstance, Google will talk about their social network as well as the developments of relevant applications. As an example, FaceBook has proved that social applications will be an important business, of course, Google will try to occupy a place in this business field.

9. Google Smartphones and Tablets
Although Google I/O is always related with development, Google Nexus smartphones as well as tablet PCs will also be presented by Google this year. Nexus strategy has played an important role on smartphone area, so Google means to copy this success.

10. Attack Microsoft
Google is expected to attack Microsoft. We can say that Google has been hostile toward Microsoft for a very long time.

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