Kicking off Google I/O

Senior Vice President Vic Gundotra kicks of the Google I/O keynote at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Calif.
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Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Hugo Barra, product manager for Android, announces the latest Android operating system, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
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Project Butter sounds delicious

Dave Burke, engineering director, unveils Project Butter, designed to smooth out the user experience for Android 4.1 and improve CPU utilization.
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SIde by side comparison

Though you can't see it here, Google played a video showing how much smoother and faster Android 4.1 Jelly Bean runs compared with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
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Home screen adjustments

In Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, app icons on the home screen will automatically move out of the way for a widget, and widgets can automatically readjust to fit onto a home-screen page.
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Offline voice typing

Google's speech-recognition feature now works offline. Here, an e-mail is dictated as the device is on offline mode.
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Swipe photo review

Users can now swipe through recently taken photos in reviews.
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New notification features

New features include the capability to immediately call someone from the call notification.
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Expanded photos

Notifications expand to include relevant pictures or information in a visually appealing manner.
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Knowledge graphs with Google Search

Google Search incorporates Knowledge Graph, and shows results in compact results cards.
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Speech recognition search

Google Search recognizes voice commands. Here, the definition of "robot" is asked.
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Get there on time

Google 4.1 Jelly Bean estimates times that you should leave for a scheduled appointment, and incorporates traffic and extra walking.
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When we can get it

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will be available through over-the-air updates starting mid-July.
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Making apps smarter

Engineer Director Chris Yerga, announced smart app updates, in which users only download parts of the APK that changed instead of the entire app again.
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The Nexus 7 tablet

Barra unveils the Nexus 7 tablet, which runs on the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and has a Tegra 3 CPU. It will be available mid-July for $199. For more pictures of the Nexus 7, click here.
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The Nexus Q

The Nexus Q is a small, Andorid computer for your home that plugs into speakers and TVs.
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Streaming music

In addition to streaming video, the Nexus Q can stream music and is cloud-connected so you can use your phone or tablet to control it.
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TV visualizations

Music visualizations on the TV from the Nexus Q.
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Pricing and availability

Though you can pre-order the Nexus Q now, it won't be available until July and will go for $299.
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More with Google+

Gundotra shows the new features of Google+, including a stylized stream. It will have its own native tablet version too (iPads included).
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Introducing Google+ Events

Google+ Events lets users post cinemagraphic invitations to their friends and accept events after checking their schedules on Google Calendar.
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Sharing pictures with Party Mode

Similar to the Samsung Galaxy S III's Share Shot, Google+ Events uploads pictures instantaneously from several people and saves them all in one spot.
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Google Glass steals the show

Sergey Brin, Google's co-founder, interrupts the keynote to demo Google Glass. Sky divers ready themselves to land on the roof of the Moscone Center to deliver a pair of Google Glasses.
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Hangout in the sky

The entire jump is streamed live through Google Glass and Google+ Hangout.
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An awesome gimmick

BMXers bike in to deliver a pair of Google Glasses. They also wore a pair of Google Glasses and were previously on the roof doing tricks on the Hangout.
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A closer look

Google Glass sits above the eye so it's close to a user's senses, but doesn't block them.
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A different frame

Right now, Google is experimenting with different form factors for its Glass.
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Robot mom

Google plays a video in which a mother wearing Google Glass can effortlessly capture, record, and stream live, moments with her baby.
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An explorer edition

Google Glass is available for pre-order for U.S.-based I/O attendees for $1,500 and will ship early next year.
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Partying with Google

Google hosts its first Google+ Event tonight with attendees who are urged to download the updated Google+ app.
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