Google just revealed that its annual developer conference, I/O, will be returning to the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California, on May 10. Like last year’s event, the in-person eve
Feel that? The weather’s warming up, it’s staying light outside later and there’s something [long, extended inhale] developery in the air. New clues from Google dropped this morning,
When the pandemic arrived in the U.S. early last year, companies scrambled to figure out what to do with their long-standing, in-person developer events. For Apple and Microsoft, that meant going virt
The vast enterprise tech category is Silicon Valley’s richest, and today it’s poised to change faster than ever before. That’s probably the biggest reason to come to TechCrunch’s first-ever sh
A week ago, Microsoft held its Build developer conference in its backyard in Seattle. This week, Google did the same in an amphitheater right next to its Mountain View campus. While Microsoft’s
It’s already been available for a few months as a developer preview, but now the rest of us can finally get our hands on an upcoming version of Android. Android O Beta starts shipping today, if you
This week, two amateur astronomers released footage of an impact event on Jupiter. The separate observations, one in Austria and one in Ireland, show a brief, small flash of light at the exact same ti
We don't have too many details yet, but Google's CEO Sundar Pichai just let the world know where and when Google I/O will take place this year. The conference usually takes place in San Francisco at t
For Google to continue to expand its global ambitions, it’s going to have to get more people on the Internet. And it's going to have to make sure its products work in areas with spotty service and l
Google’s I/O developer conference for 2015 kicks off today, with a keynote that begins at 9:30 AM PT. Google typically uses this to make big, splashy announcements about its software platforms a
IO, the company that <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2014/10/20/io-feels-like-a-human-friend-who-gives-great-restaurant-recommendations/">launched on stage at Disrupt Europe</a> and is looking to repl
IO, one of our European Disrupt Battlefield companies from this year, is today expanding across the pond to open up the beta to New Yorkers. The company developed a product that lets you ask about res
Siri sucks. We're all aware of this. Which works out well for IO, the Russian company behind a social concierge app that can answer any question you have about restaurants.
The product is called T
Google's I/O developer conference kicked off today, and the company held its keynote address to give an overview of all the news it revealed at the event. The changes included a preview of the upcomin
Google's major developer conference, <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2013/05/15/live-blog-live-from-the-google-io-2013-keynote/">Google I/O</a>, went down this week. Was it a bit of a letdown? Probabl
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
Games dominate the app ecosystem.
It's easy to forget that as we all dig for the next app of the moment, but it's the truth. 9 of the 10 highest grossing apps in the App Store last year, all games.
Google's I/O developer conference is happening next week in San Francisco, and one of the big questions around what we'll see there includes hardware. Now KGI securities analyst Mingchi Kuo (via 9to5G
A tipster has sent in <a target="_blank" href="http://blog.roopakvenkatakrishnan.com/google-io-2013-registration-dates-opening/">a screen grab</a> of what appears to be a landing page announcing regis
Well, that was unexpected. Google's Sergey Brin just stepped on stage at Moscone West to deliver a demo of Google Glass, and it involves a Google+ hangout conducted via their connected eyewear. Oh, an