Can’t Make it to Google I/O? Stream the Keynote Presentations Live


Google I/O is just around the corner, when over 4,000 developors will be descending upon San Francisco to take part in all kinds of seminars and presentations about the latest and greatest from Google. Of course, not everyone can make it, but Google doesn’t want that stopping you from being able to be there live at their keynote presentations focused on “exciting new technologies.”


Just head over to at the following dates and times:

  • Day 1 Keynote: Wednesday, May 19, 9:00 -10:30am PT
  • Day 2 Keynote: Thursday, May 20, 8:30-10:00am PT

It gets me giddy just thinking about what sort of things Google will be showing off at their big conference, which should include Android 2.2, a look at Sony and Google’s plans for Android-based televisions, and maybe even a new handset or two.  Adobe also plans to be on hand to preview Flash 10.1 for Android.

More Google I/O news should be coming in as the event draws closer, so stay tuned.

[via Google, thanks to momoceio for the heads up!]

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  1. very nice! I preordered my ticket but can’t go due to a vacation blackout :(.

    At least i can still see the keynote:) Thanks!

  2. hope they announce that the G1 is getting android 2.0…otherwise im rooting till a bettr phone comes out

  3. You still have a G1 that isn’t rooted?

  4. haha yea come on man, just root it. i’ve never been happier

  5. I’m going to keep an eye out on that :D

  6. What time in UK?

  7. Will you shut up about root – or I’ll root you.

  8. Dang… an unrooted G1? Is this 2008? :P

    I rooted my N1 within 2 months of getting it, and it’s my first ever Android phone and definitely my first root!

  9. Back on topic, what I think people should be most excited about, outside Froyo news, is the JIT compiler for Android. They are having a workshop on it, and us Android users should expect a 2~3x speedup in program performance.

    I’m really hoping that Froyo comes packaged with the JIT compiler. That would definitely be a killer app for everyone, even root users!

  10. LoL You took 2 months to root your N1.. !! I rooted my N1 right after taking it out of the box.. !!

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