Google Says All 2,000 Glass Explorers Have Been Invited To Pick Up Their Device

Today, Steve Lee of the Google X and Glass Team, announced that as of last week, all 2,000 developers who signed up for the Glass Explorer program at last year's I/O conference have now <a href="https

Larry Page Wants Earth To Have A Mad Scientist Island

Larry Page thinks we are, as a population, too negative. Especially the tech community. The solution? Amongst other things, Larry wishes the world had some sort of Burning Man-esque place for crazy

Google CEO Larry Page Shares His Philosophy At I/O: “We Should Be Building Great Things That Don’t Exist”

Today, a day after <a href="">discussing his voice issues</a>, Google CEO Larry P

Deep Dive With The New Google Maps For Desktop With Google Earth Integration, It’s More Than Just A Utility

Using Google Maps today is great for what it’s supposed to do, get you from point A to point B. But there’s a lot of information that Google collects that you never get a chance to glance

Google Introduces Conversational Search For The Desktop With “Hotwording,” Prompting It With “OK Google”

Today, Google announced that its conversational search that is available for its Android and iOS apps would be coming to the desktop within the Chrome browser. Until now, you could search for things u

Google+ Photos Can Now Automatically Create Animated GIFs, Panoramas, HDR Images And Better Group Shots

Photos have always been at the center of the Google+ experience and at I/O today, Google announce a major update to Google+ Photos that now makes use of the many of the tools the company acquired when

Google+ Redesigns Its Stream To Include Multi-Column Google Now-Esque Cards, Auto-Hashtags And More

Google+, the social layer that Google introduced almost two years ago, has evolved quite a bit since its launch. Today, the company announced a complete redesign, taking cues from the mobile experienc

Google Announces It Has Reached 900M Android Activations, Sundar Pichai Calls It “Most Popular Mobile OS In The World”

Today, Google announced that its Android operating system has reached 900M activations. This is a 500M increase from last year’s announcement. At one point, Google said that it was experiencing

Live Blog: Live From The Google I/O 2013 Keynote

It's that time again! After an endless series of whispers and <em>all kinds</em> of little leaks, it's time for the much anticipated Google I/O 2013 Keynote. We're live on the scene in San Francisc

Google I/O: Watch The Live Video Stream Here

Google’s annual I/O conferenceĀ in San Francisco kicks off this morning at 9am PT/noon ET and, as usual, the good folks from Mountain View are making a live video stream of the event available f

Tune In At 9 AM Tomorrow For Our Live Coverage Of Google I/O 2013

Tomorrow is Day 1 of Google I/O, and you know what that means: it's keynote time! We're rolling out to the event in force, and will be bringing you along for the ride with our up-to-the-second live

Google’s Reportedly Launching A Music-Streaming Spotify Killer At I/O This Week

Google is ramping up to deliver a streaming music service, which could debut as early as tomorrow at the I/O keynote, sources have told The Verge. The report has since been picked up by other publicat

I/O 2013: One Google, Under Page, With Unification And Usability For All

This is the <a href="">evening before Google's I/O develop

Google I/O 2013: What’s On Tap For Nexus Smartphone And Tablet Hardware

Google's big annual developer conference kicks off on Wednesday, and while Android lead Sundar Pichai has downplayed big new announcements at Google I/O this year, we've also seen reports that suggest