Nexus Tablet and if we're lucky -- Project Glass. Just in time for Google IO (since it's all about developers) the Android Developer's site has been completely redesigned and it looks awesome. Oh, and is that a Nexus tablet I see next to the Galaxy Nexus? Let those rumors start in 3,2,1..
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IO 2012 is quickly approaching and will be starting early next week. We are super excited and so should all of our readers. As usual Google has released their conference companion app in the Google Play Store. This year however it's been updated to Android 4.0 ICS design standards, and even shows us a possible glance at Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Nexus Tablet. Today the folks from DigiTimes have released more details (rumors) claiming the device is actually shipping now, is ready to rock, and Google will in fact start selling it early next month.
Nexus Tablet. We've been hearing details and rumors for a few months now but today we might have caught a break. Some photos have appeared on Picasa hinting that the device is indeed real, and snapping photos from inside Google's headquarters.
Nexus Tablet, it would be at the company's yearly developer conference, Google I/O. TechnoBuffalo is claiming information from an anonymous source (the best kind!) that says the tablet will absolutely show up at the conference, and as other rumors have indicated, ASUS will produce the hardware. New software is also rumored, though whether or not it's Android 5.0 is still in question. Note that this comes just hours after DiGiTimes reported the same thing.
"Nexus Tablet" could begin production as soon as April and go on sale in May, anonymous sources now claim that the device has been pushed back for a July release. The reasoning? They're doing some tweaks to the internal hardware - which, by the way, is still a complete unknown - to lower the price. The tablet was already expected to retail for $200 or less to compete with the popular reader-tablets on the market right now.
ead on over to our sister site SlashGear. Now, let's take a look at the big happenings in the world of Android this week.
Google I/O 2012 registration, and flood gates might even be an understatement. With only 5,500 tickets available starting at 7:01 AM they had over 6000 clicks per second, and things sold out extremely fast. I've already seen countless angry tweets, and emails on the fact that no one that wanted to go -- actually got tickets. Even some extremely popular Android developers that could actually benefit from the event.
Google I/O is scheduled for June this year in San Francisco, and registration is open right now. If you want to get tickets to Google I/O, run, don't walk to the registration page, and have your Google+ and Google Wallet accounts ready. Google I/O is always a sellout event, thanks to sneak previews at future Android versions and features, great workshops for developers, and (last but not least) the prospect of free giveaway gadgets.
Google's popular I/O event is tomorrow but there is only a small limited number of available seats and registration so you'll have to hurry if you want to get in. Previous years the event sold out literally in minutes so we urge you to read on below for the time and details.