Google IO

Possible wireless charger for Moto 360 filed with FCC

The Google I/O developer conference, which just a day away, may well be the first time we will all get to see a for-real Moto 360. Rumors of the wearable – which curiously and classically takes on a round look rather than the digitally-inclined square shape of other wearables – have been rife, and we may have one more detail from this FCC filing before we actually see the gadget in public.

Volantis is HTC’s Nexus tablet, specs leaked ahead of Google I/O

It’s been a while since a Google-approved Nexus device hit the market, so speculation is rife if indeed we are going to get our hands on one by the time Google I/O developer conference rolls in. Front and center is HTC’s rumored Volantis, and Android Police is betting on solid information that it has the specs and the build of the next Nexus device down pat.

Google I/O 2014 app goes live

Google's big conference is just over the horizon and fans of Google's products are definitely filled with anticipation. And to help both on-site and virtual attendees prepare, Google has released the Google I/O 2014 app to give them a preview of the talks, times, and locations for this year's big I/O.

Google’s I/O schedule released, aims for wearables and gaming

Google has released their I/O schedule, and it looks like the angle is better apps and more of them. Though there are some interesting sessions for Developers, we’re getting just about what we’ve expected. Gaming, wearables, and design rule the event, but there are a few gems hidden in the mix as well.

Here’s why you shouldn’t try to find those hidden I/O tickets

If you really want to go to I/O, but don’t have the guts to wait the lottery out, it’s hunting season. Google has reportedly placed links to guaranteed I/O tickets throughout their Developer pages, which redirect to a strange page for signing up to attend I/O this year. It’s a very odd program, and one that could end up having a different effect than Google would like.  

Google I/O registration starts today, sans headaches

Want to attend Google I/O? You’re not alone. Many clamor at the opportunity to be part of Google’s annual conference, with many new announcements and fun Developer workshops to take advantage of. Unlike past conferences, 2014’s version is not a race to press F5 and pay, but it’s still up to chance.
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