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.
Just under an hour to go before Google I/O 2013 officially kicks-off, and already the good folk over at The Verge are reporting that a (not-so-subtle) mention of Android 4.3 has actually leaked on Google’s official developer website.
Perhaps not managing to beat the 2-minute window that it took for tickets to “sell out” for Apple’s own developer conference, executives from Google will, in just a few hours time, take to the stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, for Google I/O 2013.
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”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.