Google I/O 2011 Starting Today

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  1. dgstorm

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    Google's big developers conference, Google I/O 2011, is kicking off about now. We should hear a lot of interesting stuff very soon. Earlier we reported a rumor that we will probably hear about Google Music details, but we are also expecting a ton of info on Google's NFC technology as well. Perhaps we might even hear some new details on "Ice Cream Sandwich," the next iteration of Android.

    As interesting news filters out of the "summit" we will keep you in the loop
     
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    Been watching this since the streams went up. Google is scaring me, seriously.
     
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    Why is Google scaring you? Is it because they are starting to sound like Apple?
     
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    Not really that. It's mainly the level of integration they're aiming at. It's really amazing but I got this uneasy feeling about it.
     
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    Its pretty cool now that you can order movies via the Market. Price is kinda high at $3.99 for a rental for the day. For older movies it should be $1.99 and moderately new movies at $2.99 and new movies at $3.99. everything I am seeing is now 2.99 to 3.99.
    I dont see any movies that are 1.99
    :(