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Google Gets A Gaming Backbone

Taking cues from Apple’s Game Center (which in turn likely took cues from Microsoft’s Xbox), Google appears to be adding a system-level gaming service to its Android operating system. Leaked late last week, the Google Play Games service, rumored to be officially announced at Google I/O, should add leaderboards, achievements, cloud saves and more. With a variety of Android-powered gaming …

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Don’t Expect Any Hardware Announcements At Google I/O

People are expecting big things out of this year’s Google I/O. Last year’s conference introduced the world to Glass, the Nexus 7 and the ill-fated Nexus Q. What could Google possibly do to top that? It seems that they aren’t even going to try. In an interview with Wired, Android and Chrome boss Sundar Pichai, who had just recently taken …

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Google Maps Is Probably About To Look Like This. Improvement?

Google could be getting ready to unleash a massive redesign for one of its most beloved products – Google Maps. While reports are unconfirmed, it’s looking like the company may soon implement some major changes. Do you think Google Maps needs a redesign or should they leave it how it is? Let us know what you think in the comments. …

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Google I/O 2013 Session Schedule Is Now Live

Google I/O must be somewhat overwhelming for some developers. There’s a lot of ground to cover and you can only attend so many sessions in a day. That’s why a tight schedule is of the utmost importance so you better start building one now before it’s too late. The Google I/O site has just been updated with the latest session …

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Facebook Will Have Quite The Presence At Google I/O

Earlier this year, Mark Zuckerberg said that Google and Facebook weren’t talking much. The two seem to be getting closer thanks to Android, though, and that catalyst will be bringing Facebook to Google I/O in May. Facebook announced this week that its Facebook Developers group will be setting up shop at Google I/O. The team obviously won’t have any official …

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Next-Generation Nexus 7 May Drop Nvidia For Qualcomm [Rumor]

Rumors have been building for a while now that Google will be introducing a new Nexus 7 this year. It will reportedly launch in May and feature a full HD display. Beyond that, we don’t know much else about the rumored hardware, but a recent report provides a few more details. Pacific Crest analyst Michael McConnell recently said that the …

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Here’s What Google Had To Say About Affiliate Links At Google I/O

There weren’t a lot of SEO-related sessions at Google I/O, but affiliate programs often come up in the SEO equation, and Google did happen to have a session about automating the use of affiliate links to monetize your web site. The session looks at the who (sites with promotional content), the why (control, flexibility, and conversion), and the how (leveraging …

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Here’s How To Market Your App For Google Play

Just because you didn’t attend Google I/O, you don’t have to miss out on some of the helpful education from Googlers. The company has posted a plethora of developer sessions online for you to watch any time you want. Even if you did attend, you couldn’t have gone to all of the sessions, and you might want to re-watch some …

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This Video Will Get You Started Developing With The Google+ History API

While it may not have been one of the most talked-about announcements from Google I/O, the Google+ History API could end up being one of the most significant for the company. It’s been described as Google+’s answer to Facebook’s frictionless sharing, and that could certainly be significant for third-party apps. As my colleague Zach Walton explained last week, it collects …

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These 3 Videos Will Teach You A Lot About Developing For Google Drive

Google had a handful of sessions about developing for Google Drive at Google I/O last week. Luckily for those who were unable to attend the event, Google has posted many of the sessions online for you to view at your leisure. The first one is about what’s new in the Google Drive SDK. The description explains: In this talk, we …

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These Five YouTube And Google TV Videos May Help You Win A Living Room Audience

Google has posted many sessions from Google I/O, its annual developers conference held last week. I’ve pulled out a few that may help you broaden your audience, as far as attracting people watching their televisions, whether that be for your app or for your videos. This one provides tips for building, programming and promoting a YouTube channel: This one is …

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If You Really Want To Learn About Google Compute Engine, These 2 Videos Should Be A Great Start

At Google I/O last week, Google revealed Google Compute Engine, which has been described as App Engine on steroids. Google may be giving Amazon Web Services a run for its money. It might be a good time to start learning more about Google’s grand new offering. The company has shared a couple of Google I/O sessions dealing with the product …

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