Google I/O 2012 definitely wasn't lacking when it came to exciting announcements and events, but trying to relive three days' worth of information can lead to some major headaches. After all, a lot went down at Google I/O - from the introduction of the Google Nexus 7 to the announcement that 1 million Android devices are activated every day, there was certainly a lot to take in. So, what's the Google fan without a photographic memory to do?
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Google IO was in full swing. Obviously you know they announced the Nexus 7 tablet, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and a few other goodies but today we have even more for you. Google has released the videos from all the developer sessions for those who missed out.
Jelly Bean. A lot happened in the Android Community last week but we were pretty busy with a small event I'm sure you all heard plenty about -- Google IO 2012. To start off this weekly review of Android news hit our Google IO Portal to get started.
Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but at the same time it was met with a lot of criticism for being easily bypassed or hacked. Simply use a photo of of the face and it would work, making it not too secure. With Jelly Bean they've taken it a few steps further.
Google announced the new Nexus 7 tablet yesterday it was met with tons of excitement. They quickly followed it up by mentioning pre-order availability immediately in the Play Store for just $199. Sadly those in the UK were left out but today we are hearing plenty of good news on that front. The 16GB model will be available from multiple outlets come July.
Nexus tablet, Google's first tablet in the Nexus family is finally here and it's called the Google Nexus 7. Surely you saw all of our coverage from earlier today. From the announcement post, or immediate hands-on coverage and more, but now we're diving in a little deeper with tons of info and our initial review impressions.
Google IO where Google has just announced their first Nexus branded tablet. The Nexus 7 was unveiled during the keynote complete with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and we have one already for our own hands-on and unboxing. Below you'll see plenty of pictures and hands-on with the new Nexus 7.
Google has detailed exactly what swag Google IO developers can expect to take away from the event this week, and it's quite the bundle. All 6,000 attendees will get a free Galaxy Nexus smartphone, a free Nexus Q, and a free Nexus 7 tablet.