Google I/O will be starting tomorrow and 5500 developers will come together at the highly anticipated developer conference held by Google. Google’s I/O event will also grab more eyeballs after the recent introduction of iOS 6 and Microsoft’s Surface tablet and next generation of Windows Phone O.S.
Google will most likely be introducing the latest Android OS; Jelly Bean (see Jelly Bean structure at Googleplex) to the world along with the rumored 7 inch Google Nexus tablet. However, there may be several more announcements which could turn out to be exciting.
Google I/O keynotes are usually streamed online and on YouTube. The first Google I/O keynote will begin on June 27 at 9:30 Am and can be watched at https://developers.google.com/events/io/ or http://www.youtube.com/GoogleDevelopers. You can also find other keynotes and developer events at their I/O live page at https://developers.google.com/events/io/io-live
We will try and add links to videos to these post when the event goes live.
Apple just sent out invites to the iPad 3 event and it has definitely caught excitement amongst Apple fans and the others who are looking forward to get their hands on the iPad 3 as well.
iPad 3 will most likely have a better display, faster processor along with 4G LTE. However, there are still several things which are unknown about the device. Considering, how secretive Apple usually are, you probably won’t get to know the finer details of the iPad 3 until it is unveiled at the Press conference on March 7th.
The event will be held at 10AM PST on March 7th, 2012 at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco where most of Apple’s events take place. Apple has historically streamed only one of their events online. We hope that they will also stream this event online as well.
Here are the sites which will be live blogging the event. You can catch up on all the action, news and pictures as it happens.
Users might be able to watch the live-stream from here. An audio stream of the event might also be available here, when the event starts. We will update this post when more information and live streams become available.
Unlike, all the previous years, Apple did not announce a new iPhone at this year’s WWDC. The company only announced iOS5, and a new version of Max OS X Lion.
A few days ago it was rumored that Apple will hold an event on October 4 to announce the next-generation iPhone. Apple confirmed the rumors by sending out press-invites for its Let’s Talk iPhone’ event. The event will be held at the company’s own Town Hall auditorium at its Headquarters in Cupertino, California.
This will be the first time, Apple’s new CEO Tim Cook will make a public appearance. It will be interesting to see whether Cook will be successfully able to fill in the large shoes of Steve Jobs or not. I hope Steve Jobs will also make a surprise visit at the event.
However, unlike last time, Apple won’t be live-streaming the event. This means, that people like who won’t be physically present at the location, will be missing all the action. Thankfully, some lucky folks from online media like Engadget, This Is My Next, Mac Rumors etc. will be present at the event, and will live blog it for the unlucky souls like us who won’t be there.
Below is a list of links where users can follow the event :
Alternatively, users might be able to watch the live-stream from here. An audio stream of the event might also be available here, when the event starts.