How To Follow The Google I/O (2011) Events
Google I/O 2011 promises to be big this year. Thousands of delegates will converge on the Google Campus in California for a 2 day event starting tomorrow (and ending on Wednesday). For us, this is an exciting time as it is widely expected that this year’s event will be the launchpad of Chrome OS (or at least a big announcement about it).
There will be a lot of stuff going on at the I/O developer conference, ranging from Android to Google TV related sessions. You will need to find out when the sessions you are interested in will take place:
Watch the Google I/O live Stream
This year’s event will be quite different from all the rest. Google will be streaming the entire 2 day conference on their website. You may watch the live I/O stream tomorrow as soon as the countdown on this page gets to zero.
We’ll be covering the events:
You may also stay tuned to the main news items by visiting Chrome OS Site. We will try to focus on all the news relating to Chrome OS, Chrome and other exciting announcements.
Of-course if you may want to discuss the news stories that will emerge from the conference; join Chrome OS Lounge and post your thoughts and opinions there. There is simply no better place on the web to chat with thousands of other people who are also eagerly awaiting Chrome OS.