Google I/O 2012 - live blog

ITProPortal.com will be live-blogging all of the happenings at the Google I/O 2012 keynote, which will take place at the Moscone Center, in San Francisco at 5:30pm BST on 27 June.

In the meantime, check out our Google Android Jelly Bean OS - rumours and speculation roundup.

Stay tuned to ITPP for more details and content, surrounding the Google I/O event.

19:48 - 27 June

Google has now wrapped up the Google I/O 2012 keynote - thanks for watching this live blog.

Stay tuned for more coverage on ITProPortal, surrounding the event and announcements.

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Google unveils Android 4.1 Jelly Bean at I/O developer conference

Google Asus Nexus 7 Tablet confirmed with July release

Google unveils Nexus Q streaming media player

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Google has given an Android developers pack to all 6,00 attendees - with a Samsung Galaxy Phone and a Google Nexus 7 tablet - running from Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, plus a Nexus Q

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Google Project Glass Explorer Edition announced, for attendees of the Google I/O event for $1,500 - for delivery early next year

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Google's goal for Google Glass and its augmented reality technology - is to make the information transmission from the AR hardware to the wearer "so fast you feel you know it."

19:31 - 27 June

Google Glass prototype still being walked thru on stage, which weighs less on your nose than many sunglasses - where you can wear the Google Goggles while playing sports, without breaking them.

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Need to know more about Google Project Glass? Read - Augmented Reality: Fact or Science Fiction?

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Google Project Glass prototype being walked thru on stage

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Sky divers all landed safely!

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Google Project Glass being demoed with five views, from five pairs of glasses being seen live

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ITProPortal has now published - Google unveils Nexus Q streaming media player

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Google Project Glass being demoed on stage - with live sky diving!

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Google Project Glass being demoed on stage

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Google Plus party model unveiled, with photos from a party arriving inside of the feature

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ITProPortal has also published - Google Asus Nexus 7 Tablet confirmed with July release

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ITProPortal has now published - Google unveils Android 4.1 Jelly Bean at I/O developer conference

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Google Plus events announced, with integration with Google calendar

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Google Plus for tablet offers multi users in hang-outs, which also switches to the person talking - automatically for Android today and soon, for the iPad

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Google Plus tablet software announced

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There are more people using Google Plus on the mobile, than on the desktop

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250 million people have upgraded to Google Pus

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Google Plus is one year old, tomorrow

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Wrapping up - Android 4.1 Jelly Bean announced, with Nexus 7 tablet and the Nexus Q home entertainment device

18:46 - 27 June

Nexux Q will ship mid July, for $299 - with a 25 watt speaker, a Texas Instruments OMAP chipset, optical video/audio and HDMI, dual-band Wi-Fi, ethernet, NFC, Bluetooth

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Joe Britt, Google Director of Engineering on the Nexus Q - "It's a cloud-connected jukebox where everybody brings their own music to the party."

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Nexus Q is a home entertainment media player, which is Android powered with a speaker that pulls in music straight from Google Play, plus a digital output - with the same processor as the Galaxy Nexus phone

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Nexus Q, formally called product tungsten

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Google's first consumer product announced - the Nexus Q

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Google Nexus 7 is up for pre-ordering now, at $199, with delivery in mid-July

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Nexus 7 now showing the horn game on screen, with detail that was normally only seen in console games

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Nexus 7 being demoed with Google maps and compass mode, with the gyroscope and off-line maps

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Nexus 7 will ship with chrome as the standard browser

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Nexus 7 being demoed on screen, with magazines

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Hugo Barra - Nexus 7 tablet - 1280 x 800 HD, Tegra 3 quad core, front facing camera, 9 hrs playback of HD video, and is only 340 grams

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Hugo Barra - Nexus 7 tablet announced, made by Asus running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

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Google play launching full tv series downloading and magazines too

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50 percent of apps have in-app billing

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600,000 apps now in Google Play, 20 billion app installs.

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Hugo Barra - Android 4.1 Jelly Bean rolling out in July to Nexus and Motorola Xoom devices

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Google now is accessed from swiping up from the base of the screen, but also runs in the background to inform you of calendar appointments and now long it will take to get there - as an example

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Hugo Barra - Google now is a new feature that uses your search history, locations and calendar to show you information

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Hugo Barra - voice searching possible with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, with knowledge graph used for showing results

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Hugo Barra - new notifications inside of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

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Hugo Barra - new camera app, with a review mode in Android 4.1, where a swipe to the right brings it back to the main screen

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Hugo Barra - new input languages coming to Android 4.1

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Hugo Barra - new predictive keyboard and voice typing, without the need for an internet connection - in Android 4.1

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Hugo Barra - moving widgets from screen to screen in Jelly Bean, resizes the widget or makes space for it

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Hugo Barra, Product Management Director, Android at Google takes to the stage, again

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Dave Burke - now showing now a demo video of how fast the new OS

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Dave Burke - project butter, triple buffering and touch responsiveness inside of Jelly Bean

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Dave Burke, Engineering Director at Google takes to the stage

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Hugo Barra - Android 4.1 Jelly Bean has been announced

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Hugo Barra - 1 million android devices activated each day

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Hugo Barra - 400 million android devices now activated

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Hugo Barra, Product Management Director, Android at Google takes to the stage

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Vic Gundotra - Google I/O is now in its 5th year

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Vic Gundotra, Senior Vice President at Google takes to the stage

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Google I/O 2012 is now starting, stay tuned for more info from the event