/// What Google Promised Last Year at I/O and What the Heck Happened

June 26, 2012  |  All Things Digital


Warning: Not everything you hear about at Google I/O this week will necessarily make its way to the real world. Google made a lot of announcements at last year’s I/O developer conference . While a few were specific products that were ready, a lot of last year’s talks were of the “here’s where we are going” variety. And not everything has turned out just the way Google had hoped. With this year’s event kicking off on Wednesday, AllThingsD decided to take a look back at what was promised and where things stand. 1. Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) Full marks for Google on this one. The company said that the next version of Android would ship by year’s end and unify the company’s tablet and phone operating systems . The operating system came out last year on the Galaxy Nexus and is now finally becoming a mainstay on new top-end smartphones such as the Galaxy S III and HTC One. 2. Google Music It’s kind of a mixed bag

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