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Although, Google announcedbig number today of Google+, the company has announced even the tablet version of Google+. The app is available for Android today, and Google says the iOS version will be available “soon.” The company even announced Google+ events, which includes integration with Google Calendar. Google’s broken events down into “before,...

Google today at its I/O 2012 event has unveiled some interesting number, first for Android and now Google+, company’s Senior VP of Social Business, Vic Gundotra shared some of its recent numbers and learning on Google+. Here are the numbers: 250 million+ accounts have upgraded to or signed up for a Google+ account 150 million+ accounts are active every month 50% of its users sign in every day On average, 12 minutes a day are spent in the Google+ stream Stay tuned with us, for all live coverage of Google I/O 2012 event, click here. ...

Confirming the news which leaked ahead of schedule, Google has now officially announced the cloud-oriented Nexus Q, an audio and video streaming appliance meant for users at home. The device delivers the media gather in it to your television or a set of external speakers, featuring 25-watt amplifier. The device is powered by the same chipset as that the Galaxy Nexus...

As part of its Android Jelly Bean update, Google today at during I/O 2012 event has announced Google Now, a card-based search interface, which will takes your location and time in order to give you useful information that will help you more. Google says is designed to display Google Play content like magazines, movies and more. Google Now works by using your search...

Google minutes ago announced Asus-branded Nexus 7 tablet, although the image and specification leaked hour before the event started, the tablet features 7″ device running Android 4.1 and made by Asus. It has a Tegra 3 quad-core chip with a 12-core GPU, 1280×800 HD display. It also features WiFi, Bluetooth andNFC, with a 9 hour video playback battery life. It also...

With all the ongoing announcements at Google’s I/O 2012 event right now, the company turning the long-rumored about the Google’s next version of Android, the company confirmed Android 4.1 as Jelly Bean but not the Android 5.0, which was rumoured from past quite long time. The company even implements new technology from Google’s Project Butter to enhance performance...

Google at its currently ongoing I/O 2012 event, the company has announced that there have been a total of 400 million total Android activations, with one million activations per day. The company also announced that it has reached 20 billion Android app installs in the Play Store. In total, 600,000 apps are available, with free apps in 190 countries and paid apps...

The Verge just spotted a mysterious device called as Nexus Q, just 20 minutes before Google’s I/O 2012 event on Google Play store. There is no information on what the device will do, but the publication citing the “tipster” says it may be a part of Google’s home automation push. Earlier the image of Asus-branded Nexus 7 tablet leaked out. Stay tuned with...

We are still 30 minutes away from this year Google’s I/O 2012 event to get started, and Asus-branded Nexus 7 tablet image leaked out. Bloomberg earlier reported that Google’s tab will cost $199 and will feature the following specs: 1280 x 800, 7-inch display, 1.3GHz Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM, and a 12-core GeForce GPU with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). We are...

You will love it once you done with reading, you often have seen people who are crazy about one or many things in life, some are crazy for something, and some for some others, but what if two people are that much crazy for Google’s Android platform that one can hardly even imagine. A wedding couple had recently exchanged the vows via their Android devices and moreover,...