It looks like Google wants Android everywhere: It introduced Android TV, Android Wear SDK and Android Auto besides announcing the next Android release tentatively named L-release and Android One at Google I/O 2014, the company's ongoing annual developer conference at San Francisco. Notably absent however was Google+, which didn't find a single mention in the almost three hour long keynote. Remember that Google+ head and possibly one of the biggest proponents of the service, Vic Gundotra had quit Google in April this year. Google's ambitious Glass project was also missing from the keynote, although there were several Glass announcements running up to the conference. This includes refreshed hardware, UK launch and new Google Glass frames among others. We will be publishing a separate story on Android Auto & Android TV (Our entire coverage of Google I/O 2014 here). Here is a quick lowdown on all the other announcements made at Google I/O 2014: - Active Android users: Sundar Pichai, Senior Vice president, Android, Chrome & Apps mentioned that they have switched from cumulative Android activations to 30-day active users. He claimed that Android now has one billion 30-day active users as of June 2014, up from 538 million active users in June last year and 223 million active users in June 2012. - Android Tablets: Android tablet has a 62% share of the overall tablet shipments as of June this year, up from 46% in June last year and 39% in June 2012. This doesn't include tablets like Kindle Fire which runs on a custom version of…
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