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Google has just announced the next version of Android – Jelly Bean – and here is everything you need to know about it!

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The Nexus 7 and Nexus Q pictures have just leaked online revealing the full specs of the tablet, and the first pictures of the surprising new accessory from Google.

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Google I/O Live 2012

Google I/O will be starting tomorrow and 5500 developers will come together at the highly anticipated developer conference held by Google. Google’s I/O event will also grab more eyeballs after the recent introduction of iOS6 and Microsoft’s Slate tablet and next generation of Windows Phone O.S.

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Google seems to have tweaked the registration process for Google I/O 2012. It is prompting users to brush up their coding skills, if they are interested in attending Google I/O 2012.

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Rovio has launched Angry Birds for Web on the Chrome Web Store, today at Google I/O 2011. It has been built using WebGL and is available in SD and HD versions.

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Here are the highlights for Google I/O 2011, if you missed the keynote. Google unveiled a lot of new stuff, like Google Music Beta, Movies, Android@Home, Honeycomb 3.1 and Ice Cream Sandwich.

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Google announced that it will be giving away the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to all Google I/O 2011 attendees.

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Earlier Today, Google launched Google Music at Google I/O 2011. The new music service will seamlessly integrate with Android mobiles and Android tablets.

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Google I/O 2011 is just a few days away and it will host a large number of developers who will be keen to spend two days learning more about Google’s technologies including Android, Google Chrome, Google APIs, Google Web Toolkit and App Engine among others.

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Google I/O 2011

Looking to go to Google I/O? Win free tickets to go to Google I/O 2011 by participating in contests by Google.

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As ambition as YouTube can get, it is now jealous of people sticking to their television sets. YouTube wants you to dump your TV set and switch to YouTube instead.

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Google has specified some hardware specifications for the Google TV platform.

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