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With Sights Dead Set on the Living Room, Google Debuts A Streaming Media Device

Google Now: There's A Fine Line Between Cool And Creepy

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There’s something very cool about Google Now, which the company announced at its I/O developer conference a few weeks ago. At the same time, though, Now also has the potential to become Google’s creepiest service yet. Here is what it does (assuming you opt in to the service and have...
Google Now: There's A Fine Line Between Cool And Creepy

Google Lowers Fees, Simplifies Maps API Ahead of Google I/O

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Ahead of the Google I/O developer conference next week, Google announced Friday it is lowering the fees for apps accessing its API from $4 per 1,000 map loads to $0.50 per 1,000 map loads. After years of offering free access, Google imposed fees and restrictions on third-party apps using Google...
Google Lowers Fees, Simplifies Maps API Ahead of Google I/O
Apple devs may get an SDK to create apps for iTV at WWDC
Amazon's S3 Now Stores Over 1.3 Trillion Objects, 3.7 Million Elastic Map Reduce Clusters Launched Since May 2010
What’s Facebook mean for early developers? Huge traffic, apparently.

Whatever Happened to Google’s Android@Home?

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With just a few days to go before Google’s annual I/O developer conference kicks off on Wednesday, it’s time to take a look back at last year’s event. Besides announcing Ice Cream Sandwich, Google Music and a number of other new projects, one announcement that stood out from the slew...
Whatever Happened to Google’s Android@Home?
"Donglegate" is classic overreaction--and everyone pays

Google's long awaited Nexus 4 Wireless Charger arrives for $59.99, looks like half of an 8-ball

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Google’s Nexus 4 Wireless Charger is now available for sale in the Google Play store. For $59.99, customers can charge their Nexus 4 device wirelessly using the Qi inductive charger. The company says that it expects orders to begin shipping in less than one week.   At first glance, one...
Google's long awaited Nexus 4 Wireless Charger arrives for $59.99, looks like half of an 8-ball

Inside Google's new location APIs for Android

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Setting: Large ballroom in Moscone. Large enough that two sets of projected screens are on, one up front, and one pair amidset. Crowded, one or two open seats per long row. Two bright-shirted Google employees in blue. We start on time. Today during the I/O developer conference, Googlers Waleed Kadous and...
Inside Google's new location APIs for Android
Will AMD Pull an ARM Chip Out of Its Hat?
Nexus Q: social streaming media player announced [video]

Google I/O sensors will detect motion and generate data for real-time visualization

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While there will be no shortage of smartphone-equipped developers and media recording the goings-on at the Google I/O developer conference later this week, Google plans on conducting its own experiments. To get the most out of its developer conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco later this week, it...
Google I/O sensors will detect motion and generate data for real-time visualization
Will Google Deliver on Its Nexus Q Promise? Not at This Year's I/O.

Microsoft's BUILD 2012 developer conference is now open for registrations

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Microsoft revealed full details of its annual BUILD developer conference a couple of weeks back, with the 2012 event running from October 30 – November 2 at its campus in Redmond, Washington. If you’re keen to attend and can stomach the $1595 fee (rising to $2095 if you’re not an...
Microsoft's BUILD 2012 developer conference is now open for registrations

Google announces e-mail money transfers for Google Wallet

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At its annual Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco on Wednesday, Google made announcements that will expand Google Wallet far beyond its tap-and-go NFC roots. [Read more]...
Google announces e-mail money transfers for Google Wallet

RIM's Future Hangs on Developer Support for "new BlackBerry"

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Research in Motion will focus on simplifying development for its soon-to-be-unveiled BlackBerry 10 OS at next week's developer conference....
RIM's Future Hangs on Developer Support for "new BlackBerry"

Live Blog: Mark Zuckerberg's F8 Keynote

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Facebook is hosting its annual f8 developer conference in San Francisco today. We expect quite a few announcements around new features and products today, including more information about the availability of a firehose of user data, geotagging, payments and the rumored off-site "like" button that publishers will soon be able...
Live Blog: Mark Zuckerberg's F8 Keynote
Google Opens Up Compute Engine To All Developers Who Buy Its $400/Month Gold Support Package, Drops Instance Prices By 4%

Tablet Wars: Google set to join the fray, targeting Amazon

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All eyes are on Google this morning as the company gets set for its keynote at the Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco. Much like Microsoft last week, the search company is widely expected to unveil plans to release its own tablet computer. However, Google’s target may not be...
Tablet Wars: Google set to join the fray, targeting Amazon

FriendFeed cofounder: No plans to shut down the site

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Shared by louisgray What's the sound of one hand clapping? FriendFeed, a site where users can aggregate their social networks and communicate in real-time, has become something like a forgotten stepchild after Facebook acquired the company last year. As one of a dwindling number of users, I felt pretty confident...
FriendFeed cofounder: No plans to shut down the site

Famo.us, The Framework For Fast And Beautiful HTML5 Apps, Will Be Free Thanks To "Huge Hardware Vendor Interest"

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Famo.us, the Javascript framework designed for building crazy rich (yet super fast) interfaces in pure HTML5, is making two announcements out of the HTML5 Developer Conference in San Francisco this morning: the framework will be free to developers thanks to a few “huge hardware vendors” taking interest, and it’s getting...
Famo.us, The Framework For Fast And Beautiful HTML5 Apps, Will Be Free Thanks To "Huge Hardware Vendor Interest"

Google Launches Mobile Backend Starter, A One-Click Deployable Cloud Backend For Android Apps

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Google today announced the launch of its Mobile Backend Starter that allows Android developers to deploy a basic cloud infrastructure for their apps that runs on Google’s App Engine. Mobile Backend Starter provides developers with a one-click deployable mobile backend and a client-side framework for Android that provides them with...
Google Launches Mobile Backend Starter, A One-Click Deployable Cloud Backend For Android Apps

Google Debuts Nexus Q, A Media Streaming Device, But Will It Convince Anyone to Use Google Play?

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(Photo: Google) At it’s I/O developer conference today, Google introduced a new hardware device fit for the living room that streams music and video to a variety of Wifi-connected devices. A black orb with a glowing blue stripe, the Nexus Q is not just pretty, it’s Apple-quality pretty. In fact,...
Google Debuts Nexus Q, A Media Streaming Device, But Will It Convince Anyone to Use Google Play?

Apple To Kill Ping, Add Facebook

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(image) I know you all know that Apple has cut a deal to integrate Facebook, because of the relentless coverage of Apple’s developer conference this week. However, I just saw this story from ATD: Apple’s Ping to End With a Thud in Next Release of iTunes And thought to myself...
Apple To Kill Ping, Add Facebook

THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: Dumbed Down Office Suite On Surface Tablets May Hurt Enterprise Adoption (MSFT)

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The Microsoft Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email. MSFT Rising With Tech   Markets are wavering as China's slowdown is staggeringly bad despite sinking initial jobless claims. Shares of MSFT are up with tech. Catalysts for the stock include the BUILD developer...
THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: Dumbed Down Office Suite On Surface Tablets May Hurt Enterprise Adoption (MSFT)
Android devs, you can now get your app running on a Mac
Now Google Wants To Kill The Mobile Web (Good Riddance)

Google I/O 2010 Day 1: A more powerful web in more places

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Today at Moscone West in San Francisco, we’re kicking off our largest developer conference of the year, Google I/O. Over two days, 5,000 people from 66 countries will hear from 200 speakers, see 180+ developer demonstrations and participate in more than 90 technical sessions, breakouts and fireside chats to meet...
Google I/O 2010 Day 1: A more powerful web in more places

Apigee makes life easier for Twitter developers

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There’s no denying that the web in 2010 is all about APIs. From Twitter to Netflix, Facebook to Foursquare; there’s a way for developers to build on top of almost every every hot service.The problem for developers is getting the most out of those APIs and Apigee is a service...
Apigee makes life easier for Twitter developers
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