I'm not exactly sure, where I'm at the moment (this is a time-scheduled posting) but most likely I'm anywhere in Amsterdam, between the Microsoft Windows 8 event I was invited to today, the train station and the airport. In any case, just because I'm not around doesn't mean you have to miss the Google I/O 2012 keynote which is expected to start in 15 minutes. The Google I/O is Google's annual developer event which is going to happen from today until 29th of June in San Francisco. As every year, the event is kicking-off with a keynote where Google will unveil what it's been working on. Expected announcements are Android 4.1/Jelly Bean and the Google Nexus 7, Google's first tablet under its own Nexus brand.
Above the 2 hours keynote recording from day 1.
As the years before, Google is streaming the keynotes, sessions and more straight from Moscone Center to the web (see above). While a lot of the stuff after the keynotes will be pretty much developer related, most of us have no idea what Google is talking about then, the keynote itself is giving a glimpse of what we can expect from Google for the coming months.
Cheers ~ Arne