Google IO

Google Play for Education takes Android into the classroom

Google has announced Google Play for Education, which is said to have been "built from the ground up to meet the unique needs of educators." Basically, this sounds like Google is making an effort to bring more technology into the classrooms. The keynote mentioned that teachers feel there is a gap between what is possible in technology and what is practical.

Samsung GALAXY S 4 ‘Google Edition’ is real

Some last minute rumors surfaced late yesterday afternoon and it looks like they have since been proven accurate. The rumor was dealing with a GALAXY S 4 running vanilla Android, and well, that handset has just been announced. The device is dubbed the Samsung GALAXY S 4 Google Edition and it will be available beginning next month.

Play Store gets beta testing and staged rollouts for developers

Google is on a roll at the moment, although so far we've been hearing all about backend services. So far they've touched base on the Play Store, Google Maps, location services getting a major overhaul, Google Games and more. And we haven't even got to the newest Android 4.3 or 5.0 yet. However, they just announced some awesome options for developers.

Google I/O: Google Play Games coming to every Android

So it's finally started. Google I/O is rocking out full steam and we can hardly keep up. We all knew it was coming, especially considering this leaked and appeared in the Play Store, but Google Play Games is real. Live on stage they've just confirmed everything we already knew. Cloud game saves, cross platform gaming and more.

Google I/O 2013: We’re here live!

Google I/O 2013 is set to begin today and we are once again on-site to provide coverage. The keynote will take place a bit later this morning and we look forward to seeing what is announced and talked about. They keynote is scheduled for three hours and will run from 9AM PST through 12PM PST.

Google Subscription services for YouTube and Music: is the deal struck?

While it's not clear when Google Music and YouTube will be offering up per-month subscription costs for content above-and-beyond the fold, it appears that sources speaking freely on the matter have made it clear: Google media is on the brink of a big change. Google I/O 2013 spreads across this week starting tomorrow morning, there the first (and only) major keynote showing developers and the public alike what the company will be bringing the market in the near future. Could the YouTube Channel subscription service be ready for an initial announcement - or is it a Google Music streaming service that's ready for action?