Google I/O webpage updated with streaming portal, new events, live blogging gadget and more


Google’s I/O homepage just got a big update with only a few days left before the yearly developer conference kicks off. Plenty has been tweaked, including a new Events landing page featuring a nice large area to stream keynotes and sessions from the show, complete with schedule, announcements, and live status and photo updates via the Google Developers Google+ page.

Aside from providing easy access to remotely viewing all the exciting announcements and insightful developer panels, Google is also making it easy for those attending and following the show to share their thoughts on new developments to the Android ecosystem and other Google products. A live blogging gadget can be customized and embedded to your website, interfacing directly with G+ to make things nice and simple.

Finally, Google has updated their events listing with a series of community-oriented gatherings, including a cardboard tube battle hosted by the Cardboard Tube Fighting League. Pretty extreme. Also scheduled are a laser etching and welding workshop, Sony Google TV party, and a chance for folks to pitch the next big idea to a panel of entrepreneurial experts.

Check it all out by heading over to the Google I/O site now and be sure to stay tuned to Phandroid for complete coverage of the week’s happening live from Mountain View, California. Also, don’t forget to enter for your chance to take home some Google I/O swag, including all the goodies Big G feels fit to giveaway during their keynote presentations.

[via Google I/O]

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