Google I/O 2010

Google I/O 2010 News

Mobile Roundup: Google I/O Edition

It’s been quite the week for Google and their mobile operating system. The develope conference is finally over, and there’s been a lot going on in the world of Android. While we weren’t surprised with the announcements, we were still thoroughly impressed. While it may be Google’s week, there are still some good mobile stories…

Galaxy S GPU kicking ass and taking names [video]

The Galaxy S was shown off at the Google I/O this week, and it’s definitely something to be admired. The customized OS looks painfully similar to the iPhone OS in some areas, but it’s the hardware where the Galaxy S shines. Sporting the ‘hummingbird’ GPU, the S is king of graphics processing when it comes…

Google TV is full of promise, here’s why

As we’d been speculating over and over again, today Google TV was announced. I made a lot of speculations with some of the potential of Google TV, and surprisingly enough, everything I mentioned will be possible! Google TV is smart. “It’s the best of the web, and the best of TV, seamlessly working together.” Sounds…

HTC EVO 4G unboxing and initial impressions

We just took possession of our very own Sprint HTC EVO 4G Android smartphone, and we couldn’t wait to get this hot handset out of the box and how you what it looks like in its retail packaging. As we saw previously, the HTC EVO 4G is packaged in a post-consumer cardboard box that reminds…

Android 2.1 coming to big screens with Google TV

Google’s not content to be on your smartphone and computer, as the company is bringing Android 2.1 to your television via Google TV. Google TV, which will come integrated in TVs, as a set-top box, and as software, is essentially trying to make your TV smart by unleashing the full power of the Internet. This…

Android to get OTA app installation, streaming music

Android 2.2 is wonderful and all, but Google gave us a sneak peak at some future capabilities of its mobile platform that look absolutely stunning. One of Android’s main weaknesses compared to the iPhone is the Android Market and the lack of a desktop client for syncing your apps and media. Google is trying to…

Google intros Android 2.2, ‘Froyo’ – say hello to tethering, improved performance, and auto-updating apps

If you watched our live-blog coverage of Google’s I/O keynote this morning, you know that the search giant has introduced the latest version of its mobile platform with Android 2.2, or “Froyo.” The latest firmware comes a scant four months after 2.1 and it adds multiple new features. One of the most interesting, and expected,…

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