Google I/O 2014: Your 5 biggest takeaways from this year's big event

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The dust has settled. I/O 2014 is over. Attendees have left with their complimentary T-shirts, water bottles and Android Wear watches, and now it’s time for Google ecosystem developers to get to work, and make new apps and services for the Android and Chrome universes.

To boil down the basic “What the Heck Just Happened?” for your quick edification, Florence Ion and Jon Phillips run through their five biggest takeaways from Google I/O 2014 in the video above. And for a handy recap of all our coverage, we’ve grouped together all our reports from the last two days in categories below.

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