Google Launches Three Incredible New Gadgets, Chrome On iPhone, And More: Here's Everything You Need To Know (GOOG)
At its big conference in SF this week, Google showed off three new gadgets: a home entertainment hub called the Nexus Q, computerized glasses called Google Glass, and a tablet computer called the Nexus 7.
It also unveiled the long-awaited Chrome and Google Drive apps for iPhone and iPad.
We were there, and we were all over it. Here's what you need to know:
Chrome and Google Drive:
- Live updates from the Google I/O Day 2 Keynote
- Google Chrome Is Already Our Favorite Browser On iPhone —These Screenshots Show You Why
- Here's Your First Look At Google Drive For iPhone and iPad
- OUCH! Google Kneecapped Dropbox With Google Drive
- SCREENSHOTS: Check Out Jelly Bean, The New Version Of Android Launching Next Month
- PHOTOS: Google's New Home Entertainment Device, The Nexus Q
- Google Just One-Upped Apple: The Nexus Q Is Made In The USA
- Hey, Google, Great Show -- But Why Are You Charging So Much For That Black Ball?
- Google Demonstrates Its Computerized Glasses By Having People Wearing Them Jump Out Of A Blimp – Live
- REVEALED: The Designer Behind Google Glasses Explains The Top-Secret Project
- So When Will Real People Actually Be Able To Buy Google's Glasses?
- UNBOXED: Here's Google's Nexus 7 Tablet
- Here's What I think Of Google's Nexus 7 Tablet After Playing With It For An Hour
- HANDS ON PHOTOS: Google's New Tablet, The Nexus 7
- Google Isn't Making Any Profit From Sales Of The New Nexus 7 Tablet Right Now
- How The Nexus 7 Compares To Kindle Fire, iPad, Surface, And Nook Tablets
- Here's The Complete Breakdown Of Everything Google Announced Day One of Google I/O
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