google i/o 2012
Chrome for iOS Shoots to Number One App in One Day, But is it Any Good?At Google's I/O conference yesterday, the company announced that an iOS version of the much beloved Chrome browser would be available in the app store. Released several hours later, the app quickly became the most downloaded app on the store. However, if you're expecting the lightning-fast desktop browsing experience you've come to expect, you might be disappointed.Read on...
Watch the Google I/O Keynote Live Right Here
Apple is out trying to sell its new, awkwardly-named MacBook Pro with Retina display, and Microsoft is getting all stoked about its awkwardly-named Microsoft Surface for Windows RT, but what kind of awkwardly-named new hardware will we be able to purchase from our friends at Google? We might be about to find out. Google's I/O conference is starting today, and you can (and should) watch their keynote live to catch the all-but-certain announcement of a Google-branded tablet -- possibly with a very awkward name -- or possibly some news on Project Glass, Android, and Google TV. Tune in below.Read on...