As Sundar Pichai had hinted in his Wired interview, the major part of Google I/O keynote was devoted to developers. During one of the dev-focussed parts of keynote, Google announced the new Play game services – a suite of gaming services for game developers, which make it easy to include social features in mobile games. […]
Update: Details about Google Music streaming service, Galaxy S4 Google Edition and Google Maps revamp have been added in the end of the post. We are just a few hours away from Google’s biggest event of the year – I/O 2013- where Google will give us a peek at some of the upcoming products, devices […]
Google’s Game Center and GameCircle counterpart might emerge at the I/O dev conference next week. Dubbed as Google Play Games, the service was spotted in the latest Play Services APK tear-down. Folks at Android Police, who performed the tear-down of this Play Services APK, found quite a few details about the Play Games. The APK […]
An alleged Google I/O invite has appeared online. Sent to folks at Ausdroid by an anonymous tipster, this invite indicates that Google might be planning to launch the rumoured gaming service at I/O keynote on May 15.
The gaming service launch is a very literal interpretation of the invite, however if we look closely it is possible that the invite might be indicating at the rumoured unified communication platform launch (Google Babel aka Hangouts). Even in the previous Android related Google event invites, play has never been taken literally, so “Let’s play together,” might not really be a gaming service. Read more about Google I/O invite hints at gaming service launch, or may be at unified communication platform …
As Google I/O draws near, we are getting more and more rumours about the products expected to be announced at the event. One of such products is Google Babel – Google’s unified communication platform. A new rumour suggests that Google Babel might be released to the public as Google Hangouts.
Google Hangouts would certainly be better than Google Babel, but it still sounds a little weird because we have already associated the hangout terms with Google+ Hangouts feature. Read more about Will Google Babel be launched as Google Hangouts? …
Google I/O 2013 is just 14 days away and as always we will be seeing several new things from Google at this dev conference. The session schedule and agenda posted by Google suggest that we will only be one keynote speech this year at the conference.
There is still no clear idea on what to expect this year. As per reports, Android 5.0 has been delayed and we are likely to see Android 4.3, which won’t be a major update. So, the keynote will most likely include little-little from Android, Chrome, Google TV and Google+.