With Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O, fast approaching, it’s time to once again predict some of the Android-related items that I expect out of the three-day event. As usual, there’s no shortage of Android rumors to ponder, but this year seems to be just a little bit different. For the first time since Android was announced, we’re expecting to see an Android device officially launch at the conference. Exciting? Sure, but there’s much more.
Chances are good that you’ve heard rumors over the last few months that Google is working with Asus on a stock Android tablet experience. The earliest details first surfaced more than six months ago when Google’s Eric Schmidt hinted at such a device. Then in February, Android lead Andy Rubin indicated that Google still had a lot of work to do on the tablet front and that the company must “double down” on the initiative. Longtime Android fo… [Read more]
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