At day two of I/O, Google repeated pretty much the same keynote, but it also finally announced Chrome for iOS. After a tortuous wait, it’s landed in the iTunes App Store this afternoon, and I spent some time using it. And it’s not quite what you’d hope.
BMX bikes! Skydiving! High fives! For everyone who was floored by the movie stunt-style debut of Google Glass yesterday at day one of I/O, well, pump the brakes. They won’t even be consumer-ready until 2014, Sergey Brin told Bloomberg Television.
After some careful deconstruction around the design of the Nexus Q streaming media device outed by Google today, we here at Gizmodo have decided that it’s unsafe to own one given its origins.