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Google announces changes to Android system at I/O Conference




David Singleton, Director of Engineering of Android at Google, speaks on stage during the Google I/O Developers Conference at Moscone Center on June 25, 2014 in San Francisco, California. The seventh annual Google I/O Developers conference is expected to draw thousands through June 26.
David Singleton, Director of Engineering of Android at Google, speaks on stage during the Google I/O Developers Conference at Moscone Center on June 25, 2014 in San Francisco, California. The seventh annual Google I/O Developers conference is expected to draw thousands through June 26.
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With more than 1 billion users, Google's Android Operating system is a tech behemoth.

Right now in Silicon Valley, the company is announcing some big changes to the system as part of their  I/O Conference, their annual gathering of product developers conference. So far they've talked about changes to their Android operating system how they want to break into developing markets and smart watches.

Devindra Hardawar, senior mobile editor at Venture Beat, joins Take Two with more news from the conference.