Google I/O 2014 – Keynote

This morning we welcomed 6000 developers to our 7th annual Google I/O developer conference. The crowd in San Francisco was joined by millions more watching on the livestream and 597 I/O Extended…

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16 Responses to Google I/O 2014 – Keynote

  1. Google Developers says:

    *I/O 14 is Live* Sundar just stepped on stage, to welcome a room full of 6,000 developers in Moscone. If you’re joining on the livestream, welcome! We’re broadcasting live to developers around the world through an expanded set of I/O Extended sessions: over 400 events in 85+ countries on 6 continents. A special hello to you, if you’re joining us from London to Lagos and anywhere in between! In Moscone, it’s great to see that we have over 20% female attedance — over 1,000 women in the room with us today. That’s up from 8% last year. We still have a long way to go, but it’s more than double last year and it’s exciting to see this progress! #io14

  2. Google Developers says:

    *The Google I/O 2014 Keynote is Now Available* #io14 Watch from your favorite device in your favorite location. Yesterday’s keynote from I/O 2014 is now available on demand from YouTube.

  3. Claude SG says:

    Interesting statistics regarding #Android: ❶ 1 billion active monthly users ❷ 20 billion text messages are sent each day from Android devices ❸ 93 million selfies are taken on a daily ❹ 100 billion times each day Android phones are checked If Google I/O was too expensive for you, at least you should watch the keynote (2 hours but worth it).

  4. Jordan Modi says:

    that moment when people criticize google on a Website they own LOL

  5. Boy Trent says:

    Google. Why have you hijacked my tablet with random full page advertisements that I didn’t ask for ? You have spoiled the enjoyment of my tablet. Can you please tell me how to get rid of full page randomly generated adverts by google ad sense? As someone who uses Linux for my main computer – I am appalled by this level of cyber terrorism of a corporate nature. I am using KitKat Android 4.2.2. Can anyone please tell me how do I get my android system back to being my own and not google’s? I have tried just about everything. Including factory reset. I was ambivalent about Google – but now my feelings are much more crystallized – shall we say.

  6. SEpstude says:

    They took alot from Apple, but I’m not even mad, this is awesome. I’m currently an iPhone user but Android L could make me change to an Android Device.

  7. Tj Hariharan says:

    Google I/O 2014 – Keynote That face is kinda scary…

  8. Amelior says:

    *Watching now, summarizing soon*

  9. Potenti4lz says:

    ‘If your app is written in Java’ 39:08 I’m assuming when he says ‘app’ he’s also taking into account web hybrid apps built upon PhoneGap for example. (I.e. WebViews…). Also, 64-bit will just eat the battery quicker.

  10. steven8888100 says:

    So the big idea is to make android look like ios, where most of us left because ios is out of date. OK!

  11. Desmond Yeo says:

    Why it feels like they are copying Apple’s Continuity? 

  12. Jessy Breyne says:

    Elles ont l’air sympas les nouveautées

  13. Nedas Petravičius says:

    Google I/O 2014 Keynote live stream

  14. Aam almarshidy says:

    Apple can make petter keynotes 

  15. TastyLimePie says:

    2:58 That’s MKBHD…

  16. Aravindan Umashankar says:

    He isnt him as yet but with Jobs like stage managed event theatrics “THE Madras Man is fast becoming the Mozart of Mobile” ! Sundar Pichai and his team orchestrate at length on the incredible prowess of the unassuming piece of glass in our pockets the wearable Internet of Things on us – Watch the big daddy of Android and Chrome sweat the small stuff for us thru his works so that life becomes a breeze for us folks whilst they collect all our data and OWN us !!!!

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