Three More Things… Google Ion Giveaway Video


While it only had implications on about 4,000 Google I/O attendees, the “Oprah Moment” where everyone got their very own Android Phone with 30 days of unlimited 3G data and thousands of minutes of voice for the first 30 days has by far gotten the most attention and buzz. Definitely something you should see for yourself:

Of course those 3 things, in case you missed it, were:

  1. ADC2 Announced
  2. Google Ion Giveaway
  3. Don’t Miss Tomorrow’s Keynote

I think it is safe to say that everyone will be GLUED to Google I/O today.

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  1. Those lucky, lucky bastards. :O
    That phone looks really cool. Very sexy in Black.
    I hope someone in the audience makes a cool app because of this.

  2. It`s not fair… The`re getting Magics for free and we have no option to pay for it! Stop giving phones away and start to sell them for Havens sake.

  3. @Furret, can’t you just be happy for other people? Geez.
    Besides, it’s for developers, the people who make the apps that you most likely use! >:O

  4. @Ricky: I am happy for them… I just don`t see the logic. Giving phones away is one thing. But we want to pay for it and we can`t, because the phone they got is not yet released. I agree with google, that developers should get free phones(but I don`t think that more than 30% of those, who got the phone really are developers for android). It`s just that they`re getting phones for free, while we, paying customers, can`t yet buy it. If they got G1, I would`t say a word.

  5. What about us poor student developers Ricky :-P

  6. @Furret, well we will get it some day. :) it’s not like the announced a release date and we’ve been waiting for ages or something. besides, some of those guys are paying customers also.

    @Matthew, I wish you the best. :D

  7. Actually students got tickets for Google IO for $50 rather than $300-400 so should’ve showed up to get a cheap phone =o)

  8. I wish it was so simple… But for us, who are from Europe is Frisco, where the I/O takes place, a little bit out of range

  9. i was hoping that i could attend google IO but its so far away from here, plane ticket alone costs 1100$ and having a visa to u.s is not easy thing for us

  10. I attended google I/O last year, but had to go to a funeral this year and missed it.

    I’m extra disappointed now. I love my G1.

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