Yesterday, executives from Google took to the stage at San Francisco‘s Moscone Center to kick-off ‘Google I/O’ 2013. The company’s annual developer-focused media event, the conference was simply awash with new service announcements, software improvements and Android updates, despite Google seemingly ‘downplaying’ this year’s event to the world’s press – beforehand.
For years now, the guys at One Infinite Loop have been churning out breakthroughs in technology. In the most recent years, every shiny new Apple product has been out performing the competitors in hardware design, but the Mac and iPhone’s software has been lacking a little. So what’s next?
”The first iteration of Google Glass is refined, if a little socially precocious.”
If you’re one of these people who is seriously considering getting their hands on Google’s latest attempt to ‘cyborgify’ humanity, (eventually plunking down the $1,500 required in the process), your first point of call may be to check out some first impressions from an early adopter.
Although not a major update in the way of new features – (usually marked by the update being seeded to developers before its public release) – Apple has tonight publicly released the next iteration of its mobile operating system.