Google used its biggest event of the year to reveal a major overhaul to Google Maps, an ambitious messaging initiative called Hangouts, and a redesigned Google+ filled with new features. The three-day long Google I/O is taking place between Wednesday, May 15th and Friday the 17th for 2013. Google has a lot in store for the event, and you can follow along here for the latest.
Google TV: silent but not forgotten at I/O 2013
Android is coming to our TVs, but has Google already lost the battle for the living room?
Will Google Glass create information heroes or new-wave Bluetooth dorks?
"There's a real opportunity for Glass to be mainstream," says Google
Google offers new App Engine features to chase after Amazon's cloud computing dominance
PHP support and a new storage solution strengthen Google's hand
Google hints at Play Music for other platforms, says YouTube integration 'likely'
The company's new music service has the best feature set in the game, but can it get big fast enough?
The best of Google's I/O 2013 keynote: Hangouts, Google+, a special Galaxy S4, and more
What you need to know from today's three and a half hour Google event
Can fancy photos and lavish linking help Google+ take off?
Google leverages machine learning in a bid to transform its social network into a daily habit
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Exclusive: Inside Hangouts, Google's big fix for its messaging mess
How Google built its new messaging platform for Gmail, Android, iOS, and Chrome... and what took so long
Google unveils Hangouts: a unified messaging system for Android, iOS, and Chrome
Can Google catch up to the world of seamless mobile messaging?
Exclusive: Google readies its Spotify competitor with Universal and Sony now on board
By signing the three largest record labels, it's likely we'll see Google roll out its new subscription music services at I /O
Google I/O 2013: what to expect in gaming, Glass, and more
Android 4.3, a new messaging system, Chrome OS changes, and a lot more could be on their way to Moscone Center
Google Babel: an ambitious messaging platform rumored ahead of I/O event
Cross-platform service could bring sanity to Google's messaging madness