Well well well, what do we have here. It seems that a possibly careless listing on the part of Google has just outed the next version of Android. It's outed as version 4.1, as Jell... -- we're going out on a limb here and saying Jelly Bean -- and more specifically, that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be the first phone to receive it. Wowzers.
So, we've all been assuming for weeks upon weeks that...
Google I/O starts in just 20 days, and it's time to begin all the speculation about what we expect to see. Rumors have a 7-inch tablet as a lock, and there's new Google TVs and Chromebooks to show off, and some of us expect to see Google at Home revisited.
Or maybe all of the above.
They did push things to an extra day this year, so that's 33-percent more we can hear and see. We'll be there,...
Finally, Google's given us a date for the 2012 edition of its Google IO developer's conference. April 24-25 is the result, with Moscone West once again the venue.
Google IO, of course, is the conference for all things Google, not just Android. But it's also where we've gotten previews of things to come, panels with the movers and shakers in the Android world, and some great meetings with...
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