On day one of its I/O developer’s conference, Google took the wraps off its Nexus 7 tablet and the Nexus Q, and gave the audience a show-stopping look at Project Glass. What will the company do for an encore? If you can’t make it the Moscone Center in San Francisco, you can keep an eye on things from the Internet. Google hasn’t officially said what the second keynote will address, but topics like Chrome, Chrome OS, Google TV, and cloud services are safe bets.
Google has set up a convenient site for catching its streaming offerings from the conference. PCWorld will also be blogging about the conference live.
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