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Q: What for you was the most exciting or interesting announcement at Google I/O?

  • 57%
    Google Edition' of the Samsung Galaxy S4

  • 3%
    Google Play game services

  • 3%
    Google Play Music All Access

  • 1%
    Google Play Books update

  • 1%
    Redesign of its Google+ social network

  • 2%
    Cross-platform version of Hangouts

  • 3%
    Updates to Google Chrome

  • 6%
    Next-generation of Google Maps

  • 3%
    Not sure

  • 20%
    Don't care


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PC Advisor

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What for you was the most exciting or interesting announcement at Google I/O?

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Poll: What for you was the most exciting or interesting announcement at Google I/O?

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morddwyd

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FE

Thank you.

Must try to keep up!

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Kevscar1

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or Ireland Optout

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Forum Editor

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morddwyd

The Google I/O conference is an annual event aimed at developers. It's highly technical in nature.

The I/O stands for 'Input/Output' or 'Innovation in the Open' - take your pick.

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john bunyan

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I do not know about I/O but I enjoyed the roasting a senior Google Exec got from the Parliamentary committee today - trying to claim all their UK advertising is booked in Ireland and paying very little UK Corporation tax.

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morddwyd

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What's Google I/O?

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