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Google: “Where’s Cee-Lo?”

Among all of the developer previews and Honeycomb showcasing, recording artist, Cee-Lo Green was expected to make an early appearance under the Google Talk name "The Lady Killer" today on stage. He wasn't online when Google went to demo video chat, so they had to resort to other methods of showing off the system.

In-App Billing Coming to Android This Quarter

The final point at today's Google event was that Google is readying the ability to support in-app purchases. In a very great move for developers, the ability will allow them to charge for additional levels, consumables, and other after-purchase needs.

Android Market Web store Announced, Purchase Applications On the Desktop, Send to Phone

The Android Market Web store has been announced and is ready for release today. The system will allow users to purchase and download content from a web browser and then send the applications to their device. To get to the web store, navigate to http://market.android.com. Here you can browse applications just as you would on an Android device. When you click on the "Buy" button on the web page, you will be presented with the option for which device you would like to send the application to. The purchase dialog would then appear asking to confirm the purchase. Once the credit card transaction completes, the application will be sent (via cloud) to the devices that were selected. [gallery]

Google Talk Video Chat Demoed at Honeycomb Showcase

Google is pushing video chat for the tablet market. Honeycomb will have video-chat built it with Google Talk. Something that has been quite overlooked is Google Talk's video stabilization. They not only developed this for a better end-user experience, but the technology will help with bandwidth, which will help great amounts when on a cellular network.

Google Details Honeycomb’s Notification Bar

Google has taken the stage to demo the Honeycomb operating system. We got a full live view of how notifications will work within the tablet OS and Google is focusing on making the notifications less intrusive all while making them provide more information at a glance.

Honeycomb, Here We Come!

Here we go, Android fans. Google is about to take the stage to demo the most anticipated operating system for quite some time: Honeycomb. We're live on the Google campus bringing you live updates as well as detailed hands-on after the event!
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