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Google is almost done setting Moscone West up for I/O 2013

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Google is almost done setting Moscone West up for I/O 2013
Google is all ready to kick off its I/O 2013 developer conference at the Moscone West Center in San Francisco tomorrow, and it has already set the place up. A few images from the place surfaced today conveying the atmosphere that developers will encounter at the place.

With a huge red location marker familiar from its Maps service, Google has decorated the entrance in anticipation of the thousands of developers. And this time around, do not expect to see a major redesign of Android.

Newly appointed Android chief Sundar Pichai who also heads Google’s Chrome team has said that this I/O conference will focus on developers rather than new devices or big Android updates.

source: 9to5Google

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posted on 14 May 2013, 06:49 5

1. _Bone_ (Posts: 2155; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)

Please FHD Nexus 7


posted on 14 May 2013, 07:03 2

3. tech2 (Posts: 3487; Member since: 26 Oct 2012)

Please no, Google !

I almost bought the Nexus 7 last time even though I didn't need it (even remotely). If they release it in FHD then I am afraid I'll probably end up buying.

Please DON'T take my money, Google ! I've already given you plenty :(

posted on 14 May 2013, 07:52 2

4. IliyaBeshkov (Posts: 261; Member since: 09 Jul 2012)

You know that you don't have to buy every new Apple, Google, Samsung, HTC and ect., product :)

posted on 14 May 2013, 06:54

2. Sudeep (Posts: 2; Member since: 03 Apr 2013)

All set for Google I/O .
I hope we will see so much biger than last year.!!!!

posted on 14 May 2013, 09:44

5. TheLolGuy (Posts: 483; Member since: 05 Mar 2013)

It will be dev-focused, like it's always been and always should be.

Last year they made the in-house Nexus Q which crashed and burned. A lesson learned for a software company to focus on software. The Nexus tablet and phones did much better because their hardware partners have expertise in that area.

Happy developers make for better software and better software makes for happy customers and happy customers throw their money more... maybe?

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