Google I/O Mega-Conference Starts Tuesday: No Ticket? No Problem
By Lisa Greim
Google I/O, the big developers’ conference sold out in record time. You’re missed out on tickets, but so what? Stop kicking yourself, ignore the hype, and attend virtually. Here’s all you need to know.
If you’re an Android user, we hear that the next version of the Android OS will be unveiled for phones and tablets. We may see the Chrome O/S and some of the hardware it runs on. A friendlier and more useful version of GoogleTV could be previewed, and everybody is always curious about what Google’s next foray into social apps might be–Google Me, Buzz, +1, or Offers, or something new?
What’s being livestreamed? A goodly clutch of sessions on the Android and Chrome tracks, plus both keynotes and the Ignite session on Tuesday. See a schedule below. (Note: All times PDT), or check out this list of hottest sessions in brief.
Keynotes (one on Android, the other on Chrome) happen Tuesday 9-10 a.m. and Wednesday 9:30-10:30 a.m. Google hasn’t said which keynote session will cover which topic.
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