Google I/O 2011 is going to kick off in less than 2 hours now and we all looking up for all possibilities to catch the event live from the comfort of our home, office etc. Live video stream will be available for Google I/O 2011 live event.
According to Google, this year, I/O 2011 will be their largest Google I/O event and Google has made sure everyone can catch the keynote, exciting announcements from anywhere around the world.
Google I/O 2011 event is today, and is just 2 hours away from starting. Most of you won’t be attending the Google I/O 2011 this year as the tickets for the event were sold out in just 59 minutes. Google made sure, that everyone, everywhere gets to watch live video streaming of Google I/O 2011 from the comfort of their home, office etc.
Adobe yesterday released the final version of Flash Player 10.1 for Android. Flash Player 10.1 has been in beta since its announcement at the Google I/O in May, but they finally released Flash Player 10.1 yesterday.
Flash Player 10.1 doesn’t show any major improvement in performance since the its beta 3 release, but it sure is a lot more slicker than before.
Android 2.2 release was an epic slap on Apple’s face, which was announced at the Google I/O 2010, two days ago. The update has already started rolling out to the Nexus One users, hence the advantage of owning a “Google Phone”.
In all the excitement for Froyo, we totally skip out something what Google showed us at the Google I/O. In the videos where google shows what they have in store for Android next, they revealed (probably) Android 3.0 (Gingerbread) UI, which looks like a refresh from what we have in Froyo and previous versions.
A big day for Android developers today! Google has announced some long-wanted and really cool features at the Google I/O event. Android 2.2 and Google TV are the biggest announcements so far!
Android 2.2 (Froyo) SDK is now available to developers and start playing with all the awesome API’s and features announced today.
Google I/O live stream is available on YouTube, in case you want to watch the presentations. The event is about to start in around 40 minutes. I’m keeping a track of it, thanks to the Google I/O Android app.
The official Google streaming links have been posted below the screenshot of the Google I/O Android app.
In the last few days, we have seen a number of leaks for the Android 2.2 Froyo update that is rumoured to release today at the Google I/O event which is about to start in an hour.
Android 2.2 will be blazing fast along with full Flash 10.1 support. Nexus One users are most likely to get the update first, before any of the other HTC or Motorola devices get them.