May 19th, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 10th, 2021, 5:06 pm

If you tuned in today for the Google I/O keynote, you may have noticed there was all but nothing spoken about any of the Android rumors that have been swirling around for the past month. Well, that’s all well and good, because we know there is a whole second keynote tomorrow. And while it is sort of obvious that Google must be talking about Android tomorrow (since they didn’t today, and there is definitely some huge Android news coming from Google I/O), the oft-mentioned Google TV project which has been rumored as a collaboration between Sony, Google, and Intel hasn’t quite got any real confirmation.

Well, I’d say the number of rumors containing fairly hard facts are good enough confirmation, but in case everyone was still wondering, through the manipulation of the press site Google has forwarded to all of us blogger and press-types covering today’s announcements, the page for tomorrow has been uncovered early. And by manipulation we mean as simple as changing “day-1-announcements” to “day-2-announcements.” When done so, the page for tomorrow comes right up, though still lacking in any real news, but there is a helpful reminder that tomorrow they will need to:

“Insert Android press release / TV press release”

Have to give the credit to Jason Kincaid over at TechCrunch for his brilliant deductive skills, such an obvious little “hack” that I’m sure no one else even thought to try it.


So now that day 1 is chugging along and most if its major announcements are out of the way, we know the real treats are in store for us Android lovers tomorrow, and I don’t know about you guys, but if treats are to be had, I’m craving some FroYo. And maybe a Google TV.

[via TechCrunch]