Much like Apple and Microsoft before it, Google decided to control the news cycle for a full week via its I/O conference. The company unveiled Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and not one but two new pieces of hardware — the much-lauded Nexus 7 tablet and the confused child that is Nexus Q. Somewhere in between, RIM fell on even harder times. Laura June, Ellis Hamburger, and Dieter Bohn join Josh to make sense of this new world.
- 00:03:50 - Nexus 7 review
- 00:23:20 - Google's $299 Nexus Q streaming media player announced, pre-orders start today
- 00:42:00 - Android 4.1 Jelly Bean hands-on impressions
- 00:53:50 - Google+ events and app updates hands-on pictures
- 00:56:15 - Google's Project Glass: first impressions (with Sergey Brin's headset)
- 01:00:10 - RIM reports fiscal Q1 2013 earnings: cutting 5,000 jobs this fiscal year, $518m net loss