The big Google I/O 2012 overview — from by Jason Cross


Google’s yearly developer conference, Google I/O, is much more than just programming tips and API talk. It’s also the grand unveiling of a lot of new Google products and services. We liveblogged the keynotes from day one and day two, where a lot of big announcements were made. In fact, the day one keynote lasted more than two hours.

Didn’t have time to follow all the big annoucements as they happened for the last two days? Here’s a quick summary of the key points of interest. You’ll find a lot of detailed coverage at PCWorld and Macworld.

The best Of Google I/O: Project Glass, Nexus 7 Tablet, Nexus Q Home Entertainment System, and more — from by Christina Chaey
Google announced a slew of new products today at its annual developer conference, including the long-awaited Nexus 7 tablet and Nexus Q, a home media streamer for Android devices. Here’s what you need to know.

What Google Compute Engine means for cloud computing — from by Derrick Harris

Google I/O: A Glimpse at the anti-Apple — from by Damon Poeter

Google Compute Engine a direct challenge to Amazon Web Services — from by Fredric Paul

Google I/O Day 2: Technology That ‘Just Works’ — from by Christina DesMarais
All sorts of Google products you’re likely using at the office just got better.

4 things to know from Google’s I/O Conference –– from by Christina DesMarais
Check out Google’s latest and greatest tech innovations from its annual developer conference.

 The next platform war: Google play vs. Apple iTunes — from by Philip Elmer-DeWitt

Google unveils an ecosystem designed to rival Apple’s — from by Philip Elmer-DeWitt

Apple TV vs. Roku vs. Nexus Q: Media streamers compared — from by Ty Pendlebury
Google’s Nexus Q is the newest kid on the streaming block. CNET puts it head-to-head with our favorite tried-and-true stalwarts, the Apple TV and the Roku.