If you’re an Android user or fan, or just a fan of all technology, you’ve probably been waiting patiently and looking forward to Google I/O. Even if you are an Apple user, you probably would like to stay up to date on what the the competition (Google) has in store for us.
What is Google I/O
Google I/O is an annual developer-focused conference held by Google, in which we learn all the new releases, features and surprises Google will be releasing to us.
When is Google I/O and Where Can I Watch It
The conference this year (2014) will be held on June 25th and 26th and the keynote will be starting at 9a PDT/12p EDT/4p GDT, meaning for us here in Trinidad and Tobago, it will start at 12pm. Just like WWDC 2014 a while back from Apple, this keynote will also be streaming live so you can watch it and stay up to date right from the comfort of your own home.
To join the thousands of other people to watch the Google I/O Live Stream, head to this link [clickable link].
What we can expect from Google I/O 2014
Some of the things we can expect to see at Google I/O 2014 (These are no guaranteed):
- Android Wear
- Android in the TV
- Android in the Vehicle
- Android 5.0..maybe? Let’s see if L will stand for Android Lollipop, seeing as we all expected K to be Key Lime Pie right before it hit us with KitKat.
- Google in the Home (Nest)
- Google Glass for consumers
- New Nexus Tablet..? We’ll see.
I’m really excited for this as I am a huge fan of Android as well as Apple. I was really excited for WWDC and we saw some extremely cool releases there, and now it’s Google’s turn. So, get your drinks and snacks, sit by your computer and get ready for the Live Stream!
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