[WATCH] Google I/O Live!

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  1. cereal killer

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    Share your thoughts, feelings, excitement, disapointments, family pictures...wait..what?...Enjoy Google I/O folks!!
     
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    My productivity at work today has suffered immensely since the keynote began two hours ago! :p
     
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    Was a very good presentation. I liked seeing all the stuff coming out for Android other than a couple new features to the OS itself. Have to say, a lot of it was pretty exciting.
     
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    I have to agree. I'm glad the focus wasn't on new tech (smartphones, tablets etc) The direction Android is headed is becoming increasingly more important and this keynote really solidified my opinion that Android is going to be a force to be reckoned with for some time. I'm really impressed
     
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    I loved how much was to do with Chrome. Chrome itself is becoming its own platform. Considering how much you can do in Chrome is amazing and so much more is being added today. The performance gains for all devices it can be run on just goes to show you the highest clock speed isn't the most important piece of the puzzle.