Google I/O site updated with access to streaming sessions, community-oriented events schedule, more
Google has updated the website for Google I/O only a few days before the start of the event. The landing homepage has been freshened a bit, a new schedule page is up and running with information on streaming keynotes and other sessions for those following from remote locations.
Visitors now have access to announcements and live status updates. Google also provides instructions on embedding a Liveblogging gadget on your own website to stream sessions, display announcements, and pull Google+ posts in real time. This means you can tune into Talk Android at 9:30am PST on June 27th and 10:00am PST on June 28th to watch the keynotes from our site.
Google also added information on a variety of community-oriented events that will take place during Google I/O, such as a cardboard tube fighting tournament, laser etching and welding workshops for those looking to create a truly unique laptop or mobile device case, or even doing karaoke across the Golden Gate Bridge.
If you are heading to Google I/O, the refreshed site will help when you can get to your laptop instead of working off your mobile device using the Google I/O mobile app. If you are not able to make it to the conference, keep an eye on the site for updates and to access streaming sessions. Be sure to stay tuned to the TalkAndroid site as our own Stacy Bruce will be in attendance and providing updates from Google I/O.
source: Google I/O
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