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Android fans, it's that time again.  Google's popular trade show is back at it for 2012, and this year, we're expecting a Google Nexus-branded tablet, along with Jelly Bean (now assumed to be Android 4.1 and NOT Android 5.0).  Will it come to the Galaxy Nexus tomorrow?  Will the tablet be seeded to Google I/O attendees?  We'll find out during tomorrow's day one keynote address!  In the meantime, bookmark this page and be sure to tune in tomorrow as we cover the fun of the keynote!  Coverage begins at 9:30 AM Pacific/12:30 PM Eastern.


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That's the meat of Google I/O day one.  Stay tuned for more coverage on PhoneDog!


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One more Google+ announcement...


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Coming now to Android, and soon to iOS (iPad)


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Tablet-optimized UI with larger pictures depending on engagement within post.


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Native tablet version of Google+ rolling out today.


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More people using Google+ from mobile than desktop.


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150 million monthly active users


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In one year, over 250 million people have "upgraded" to Google+.


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Vic Gundotra back on stage.


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Nexus Q coming in mid-July.


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"It's pretty cool that my friends can play their music in my living room" <- Sounds like my worst nightmare, but cool feature.


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The Q has a queue, and you can add songs to it from multiple devices.


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Nexus Q is a "small Android computer that's designed to live in your home"


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Nexus Q, featuring the ability to control your entertainment


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Nexus Q announced


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Starting today, Nexus 7 will be available for $199.  Credit to spend in Google Play.  Free books as well.  Order directly from Google Play.  Orders will ship in mid-July.


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Realistic fog, rain drops, and more in the gaming demo.  Pretty impressive.


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With a 12-core GPU, this device should be pretty impressive for gaming.


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Compass feature within Maps is fluid and very impressive. I can see bars before I go to them now. Nice!


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Nexus 7 ships with Chrome as the standard browser


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The whole "they'll get smarter and more accurate the more you use them" has been a theme throughout the presentation.


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"Nexus 7 is ideal for watching movies and TV"


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There are interactive elements to select apps, like the magazine one.  You can easily click on particular stories.


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"Nexus 7 is an ideal device for reading books"


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Google Nexus 7, designed by ASUS.  It's packing Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, has a 7-inch display (obviously) with 1280x800 HD display, NVIDIA Tegra 3 w/quad-core CPU and a 12-core GPU.  A front-facing camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC.  Up to nine hours of video playback.


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Speaking of tablets...


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Magazines are also coming to Google Play.


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Google has partnered with several studios for distribution rights.  Video changes are rolling out today.


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Google Play's getting new TV shows, and the ability to BUY videos.


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Paid apps in 132 countries, free apps in 190 countries.  Carrier billing continues to grow.


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Now, time for some Google Play updates.


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Galaxy Nexus gets Jelly Bean starting in mid-July


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Google's finally starting to realize that half of the battle is fluidity and pretty fonts.


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You can access from Search bar, or by swiping up from the bottom of the display.


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It keeps your search history logged, and remembers things (travel, sports teams, and more), and gives you reminders.


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Google keeps you updated with sports in real time.


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Flights.  If you've searched for a flight, it keeps you up to date on the status.


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Google Now figures out your daily commute, and figures out the best route for you.


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You can swipe away the card and still access the typical web search results.


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The new voice search functionality (and associated images) are really cool.


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The search is much more mobile friendly, with Siri-like cards.


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Redesigned Search feature, and are adding a feature called Google Now.  Based on a "Knowledge Graph."


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New notifications, one of my favorite improvements.  Ability to easily email meeting attendees to let them know you'll be late.  And more Google+ integration


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New notifications that are customizable for apps (again, keep in mind the developer-centric audience here)


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You can now go through your photos really quickly, directly from the active camera.  Very Windows Phone-esque


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"Let's talk about camera."  ICS made it possible to take pictures quickly, while Jelly Bean allows for quick gallery access.


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Google's language here shows that this is clearly billed as an evolutionary update as opposed to a generational jump.


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In Jelly Bean, they shrunk the dictionary for Offline Voice Typing


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Jelly Bean is intended to be much smoother than Ice Cream Sandwich, thanks to Project Butter.


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Android 4.1 - Jelly Bean - announced!


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Android 4.1 - Jelly Bean - announced!


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Android 4.1 - Jelly Bean - announced!


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Director of Android Product Management - Hugo Barra - on stage.


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Vic Gundotra on stage.


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Alright, we're off!


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Nicholas Kresky
Nicholas Kresky Mark, I agree with you about android being fragmented, but thankfully there's away around that. Go right to the source (a Nexus).
Mark Belkowski
Mark Belkowski rumored key lime pie.
Larry Waters
Larry Waters Yawn. Most of the new features are data mining centric so Google has more information about you to sell. iFanboy's are starting to look normal next to Androids.
Wasis Waskito
Wasis Waskito What is the next version of Jelly Bean? I hope APPLE PIE.
Zach Brito
Zach Brito Aaaammmmaaazzzzing!!!
Mark Belkowski
Mark Belkowski thats why android is soo fragmented nicholas.
Nicholas Kresky
Nicholas Kresky If you want timely updates be sure to go with the Nexus line (Google's flagship devices). Otherwise it's a crap shoot on when or if you'll get updates at all.
Nicholas Kresky
Nicholas Kresky I've only been using ICS on my Nexus S since December. Luckily I have a sweet tooth! Hope I don't get a cavity :p
Nicholas Kresky
Nicholas Kresky I've only had ice crea
Mark Belkowski
Mark Belkowski too soon for another update.
Erik Preston
Erik Preston just go to the candy store
Jacob McClure
Jacob McClure Akira, I thought it was AT&T, Verizon and Sprint for not pushing the updates until it runs "GOOD"?
Nicholas Ether
Nicholas Ether @Susie Tracey if you want updates on time, get a nexus or learn how to root. It isn't androids fault it is Samsung/HTC/lg etc fault. Buy a nexus and you will be updated quickly.
Tony Abiama
Tony Abiama Well.... Glad I got Galaxy Nexus the other month
Robby Olko
Robby Olko All I hope is the camera isn't completely reworked or anything that will take forever to port so I can have it ASAP
Gaurav Bathija
Gaurav Bathija Hopefully we get this update soon. Not like ICS which has been out for months now and still only a few phone have tasted it.
Alfonso Ortiz J
Alfonso Ortiz J I don't know but Apple IOS its going down day by day.
Nicholas Ether
Nicholas Ether Can't wait, as soon as I sell my transformer I am buying the Nexus7 Just wish it had an SD card
Marc Barbieri
Marc Barbieri IOS 6 got destroyed and the Kindle Fire became useless. Hopefully the PDK will allow updates to come out quicker.
Dani Hayes
Dani Hayes Another update your phone won't get.
Susie Tracey
Susie Tracey I use both Android and iOS but the main reason I prefer iOS is cause Apple doesn't leave it's customers behind when an update comes out, yet when an update comes out for Android even if your phone is only a couple months old you're left in the dust to rot.
Isuru Asiri
Isuru Asiri It's Awesome!!
Jason C Kingry
Jason C Kingry Jellybean lmao! Hell ICS update isn't even available on my phone yet ):(
Giannis Kopsaftis
Giannis Kopsaftis hello@PhoneDog.com man nice videos but can you make a video about LG OPTIMUS L7 ?
Tina Marie Burbank
Tina Marie Burbank Maybe if I get ics soon?
Steev Adelesthirdchin Convery
Steev Adelesthirdchin Convery No. Waiting how long for ICS now??? Yeah, we will see JB in 2 years...
Fonzy Paniagua
Fonzy Paniagua That's it, I'm getting a Galaxy Nexus !
Paul Silva Jr.
Paul Silva Jr. I would love to get jellybean but I'm still waiting for Motorola to give me ICS on the RAZR maxx...smh
Michael Paul
Michael Paul I want to get it on my one s heck yes so stoked
Justin Hew
Justin Hew can't wait for it on my HOX..!!
Naga Appani
Naga Appani hell ya, turned plates again n showed the world Android is the only king there.
Stephen Wagner
Stephen Wagner i want jelly bean RIGHT NOW. i cant believe itll be out so close!!!
Owen Laundry
Owen Laundry Jelly Bean is incredible, and I will be receiving an OTA update for it in just one month!
Arvydas Grušeckas
Arvydas Grušeckas Yes. I want to get it as fast as possible on my One X




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