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UPDATE: Google I/O 2013 Round-up

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Google I/O 2013 was a blockbuster this year, with a plethora of updates and releases. Some of them were expected, some of the expected news wasn't announced or passed over (I'm looking at you Android 4.3!), and some was out of the blue. Here's a quick round-up of what was discussed today. 

With Google I/O 2013, the concentration was more on developers and less consumers / © Google

Out of keynote conference, these were some of the highlights: 

With Google I/O 2013 over, what was the best announcement? What were you hoping to hear about?

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  • Ti Mo 11 months ago Link


  • Rui Costa 11 months ago Link

    An S4 with a price of 649??????? Are Google surrendering to Samsung??? what about the x phone???? I had one Samsung phone and it a pain in the ass so many problems never resolved by Samsung...

  • Yusuf Fishir 11 months ago Link

    You obviously hate sammy^ Lol S4 is a great phone, google acknowledged that and did themselves and Sammy a favor for the people who dont like Sammy's Touchwiz. I for one love Touchwiz and the S4

  • CJ Brown 11 months ago Link

    Google Play Game Service / Google + improvements / Google Chrome improvements were all expected (I actually expect more regarding Google Play Game @ E3 this year) ... it appears that a new Android OS is still a "?"



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