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Google I/O 2012 Day 2

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Most of the web has an eye on the Google I/O Conference going on this week as Google often launches new products and updates us on their plans for the future. As internet marketers, its important to keep on top of Google's plans, so here is a summary of some of the news out of the Google Developers Conference 2012 Day 2. Some of the biggest news is about Chrome, the Jelly Bean update, Google +, and The Glass Project.

Chrome Everywhere: Starting today, Chrome is now available for iPhone and iPad, which adds to its availability on Android and the new Nexus 7 Tablet as well. According to the [URL=""]Official Google Blog[/URL], Chrome has nearly doubled since last year’s I/O—from 160 million to 310 million active users around the world. As more and more of you live your lives online, we want to to help make it easy for you to live in the cloud...seamlessly.

[URL=""]Mashable[/URL] gives a great live review of the Google I/O Keynote address.

Google [URL=""]says[/URL] that Android Adoption and Google + Engagement Are Growing.

One of the hottest topics is the [URL=""]Google Glass Project[/URL]: The company [URL=""]introduced[/URL] "Project Glass" as it was known, in April. The augmented reality-enhanced glasses let you record video, check your calendar, get weather updates and see messages from your friends. At least those are the features outlined in a video Google released at the time.

The Google Blog also featured a Live Google + Hangout demo of [URL=""]Google Glass[/URL].

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