According to a report by the New York Times; Google will be launching their Android OS based “Google TV” software next month. This will most likely be during Google’s largest developer conference; the I/O event
Synaptics Inc has released it’s ‘ Synaptics Data Suite’ for Linux based Operating systems. This will be the first time that the open source world will get a hand at multi-touch gestures that are now standards on most Apple and Windows computers, mobile phones and tablets.
This week Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt spoke at the Atmosphere Cloud Computing Summit. He answered various questions regarding the direction that Google was taking as a company; but more notably he spoke at length about Google’s upcoming operating system (Chrome OS).
When Chrome OS was first announced last year Google made a concerted effort to showcase their operating system’s fast loading speeds, simple design and most of all it’s security features. There was still a lot of mystery though on the simpler and more mundane functions of Chrome OS; “would it print, and if so…how”? Today Google has revealed that indeed Chrome OS …
Recently presented to you the leaked photos and videos that were released on Google’s blog as concepts for a future tablet device.
Google’s largest developer event of the year is set to commence on May 19 – 20. The event will feature “80 sessions, more than 3,000 developers, and over 100 demonstrations from developers showcasing their technologies”; as revealed by Google’s official I/O site.
Well, HP made a resounding statement a few days ago by releasing a video advert flaunting the features of it’s upcoming Slate device.