The world’s biggest developers event is finally here. Yes, we are talking about Google’s own I/O 2012 event which takes place in San Francisco’s Moscone Center, starting June 27th-29th ‘2012. The venue is the same which Apple chose for its WWDC 2012 event, and Google like its previous years chose this location for obvious reasons. The Google I/O 2012 is a event that brings breakthroughs in the field of mobile, Web 2.0 and social developments, promising the best of announcements, and development news.
Well, if you are one of those who are not able to attend the event live in San Francisco, and now wondering how to stay connected , there is nothing to worry and you have got the Google I/O 2012 Live Streaming for you by none other than Google itself. Yes, you don’t really need to depend on video streaming websites to keep up with the tech buzz. Alternatively, if you are a member of Google Technology User Groups (GTUGs), you can simply plug in to your nearest community, and meet other developers on the go. Excited? So are we!
The event extends to an after hour party, Carnival 2012, showcasing the best of artificial robotics, intelligence and much more on the go. Google I/O 2012 Live Streaming will take place on almost all devices, Tablets, Browsers, mobile phones and anything you can think of. Some of the key features of this event are Android 4.1, Google’s Nexus Tablet, and much more.
The online Google I/O Live Streaming will contain interactive interview sessions, backstage stuff and everything you need to see. The event kickstarts in 2 days, i.e June 27 ‘2012. To watch it live, navigate to the link below.
[Google I/O Live Streaming]
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