At Google I/O: New gadgets, Google glasses Video
At Google I/O: New gadgets, Google glasses Video Transcript
Three jumpers leaping from airship like students -- -- of high rise building. Sounds like an opening sequence for -- bone and film but it actually has seen stealing demo at Google I am. The annual developers conference in San Francisco that opened on Tuesday -- -- a -- Abbas. It. The -- jumpers were the much hyped Google glasses which are the guilty display and camera. Giving conference attendees literally a bird's eye view of their decisions. The general public will have to wait to get their hands on Google glasses and -- another new device also demos here at Ohio will be available this July. The nexus seven tablet. It's 1280 by 800 HD display. Which is perfect for reading and watching -- using stunning player with the next step Google goes head to head with the Kindle in the ice pack. And it's not only way Google is targeting Apple. The next this cute as a cloud connected -- which hooks up to your home entertainment system and streams video and music. That's a competitor to the Apple TV. And you can control it through your Android product and that's a very interesting new take on the living room from -- With a strong push in the consumer electronics is the company best known for search changing directions. -- of course got its start in search but really it's an advertising company it's a media companies what is becoming. Judging by the wow factor at this conference. Google is likely to can teach you trying to attract users with much more than just speedy search results.
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