On June 25-26, Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) revealed a slew of new products at its annual I/O conference. From an update to its mobile operating system, called Android L, to the brand-new platforms Google Fit, Android TV, and Android Auto, I/O was filled with exciting news that continued the game of technological one-upmanship with Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL).
In the following This Week in Tech video, The Motley Fool's general manager, Eric Bleeker, and tech bureau chief Max Macaluso break down all the news from the Google I/O conference and discuss how announcements such as Google Play revenues compare with Apple's App Store.
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