[Video] Google I/O day two keynote now available on YouTube

by Chris Stewart on
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Are you still trying to digest all of the awesome news Google gave us from day one of the I/O conference? It’s almost hard to believe that Google could have another day full of exciting announcements to follow however that was certainly the case. Day one was all about Android however on day two it was the time for Google Chrome to shine.

Check out the video below to see exactly what the Chrome team have been adding to the world’s fastest growing web browser.

 

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[Video] Google I/O day one keynote now available on YouTube

by Chris Stewart on
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Google hit a home run today in what was an absolutely sensational day one of the annual I/O conference. Just in case you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past 24 hours, Google introduced us to Android Jelly Bean, the Nexus 7 tablet and the Nexus Q media streaming device amongst other things. If that doesn’t whet your appetite then perhaps a live video stream of a sky dive into the conference centre will. (seriously!)

It really has to be seen to be believed so why not get comfy for the next hour and take a look for yourself.

 

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Missed Eric Schmidt’s MWC Keynote Speech Yesterday? Don’t Worry, We Have You Covered.

by Jack Holt on
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There have been a lot of big announcements at MWC this year already and everyone looked forward to Google’s keynote speech in hopes that they would drop hints at Jelly Bean or some other Android based projects they had in the works.Well sadly the speech came and went with no word on Jelly Bean or these projects. However, that’s not to say that the speech wasn’t great nonetheless. Eric Schmidt delivered what he believes the world of technology should be. As we told you before Google hopes to get it right with everyone having a Android Device but rather than tell you all the stuff I think you should take away from it I will let you folks watch it for yourselves. Get some popcorn and a cold one and sit back, you have about 70 minutes worth of watching ahead of you. Hit the break below to check it out and let us know in the comment section what you took away from it. Enjoy! » Read the rest