It’s just about that time again. Google I/O is happening next week and just as in year’s past, the company is expected to announce some big things on stage during their two keynotes on Tuesday and Wednesday morning. But what will those things be? Jason and I delve into some predictions for the event, which we’ll both be covering.
But first we take some time to look back at last year’s I/O which made a big splash at the time — and can now probably be best described as a big flop. Google TV, Google Music, Chrome OS. Etc, etc, etc… Will this year’s be more of the same? Or will Google’s mouth actually be able to write checks that their body can cash this time around? Stay tuned…
Here are some articles that are relevant to this week’s episode:
- So Unsocial: Don’t Expect Any Big Google Social Announcements At I/O Next Week
- Another Key Feature Of Google +1: Massive-Scale Social Video Conferencing
- Um, Did Google Just Quietly Launch A Web-Based iTunes Competitor? Yep.
- Google Buys Simplify Media To Power Music Syncing For New iTunes Competitor
- Social Is Too Important For Google To Screw Up With A Big Launch Circus
- The Future Version Of Android Isn’t Called Ice Cream. It’s Ice Cream SANDWICH.
- Live Blogging The Second Google I/O Keynote: The Day Of Android And Google TV
- Live From The Google I/O Keynote
- Google TV Unveiled. It’s All About The Ad Reach
- Logitech Revue With Google TV: The Official TechCrunch Review
- Wow, Sony’s Google TV Remote Looks Like A Ten Thousand Button Nightmare
- Google TV Already In Trouble? Sony Offering 25% Off Blu-ray Google TV Units
- Is Google In A Dream World? If So, Just How Close To Limbo Are They?