Google to Stream I/O Keynotes Live on June 27th and 28th
With a few more days to go, Google's annual Google I/O conference this week at San Francisco’s Moscone Center (same location where Apple's WWDC 2012 was held) will be kick-starting with much aplomb. The tech giant has announced that live video streams of its two keynotes will be made available via developers.google.com/io with the first one commencing on June 27th at 9:30 a.m, PDT (June 28th, 00:30 am, Singapore) and the second one on June 28th at 10:00 a.m, PDT (June 29th, 1:00 am, Singapore). If you are access the live stream from your Android tablet or smartphone, you can download and do so via the official Google I/O mobile app.
Google Blog - "More than 40 sessions on Android, Chrome, Google+ and your favorite APIs will be streamed live, and all remaining session videos will be recorded and available shortly after the conference on Google Developers Live and the conference website. Between sessions, we’ll bring you behind-the-scenes footage featuring interviews with Googlers and attendees, tours of the Sandbox and more. The stream will also continue through our After Hours party (June 27 starting at 7:00 p.m. PDT), where we've teamed up with top entertainers, inventors, artists, educators and visionaries from all over the world for an amazing evening."
With two keynote events to anticipate, much will be expected to be revealed - we already know that the Nexus tablet and Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) will very likely be in the line-up this year, so stay tuned for our coverage at HWZ.com.