Gundotra Promises Plenty of Android for Google IO 2011

Earlier today, Vic Gundotra took to the Google blog to shed a few details on the annual Google IO conference, set to kick off tomorrow. And as we had hoped, there looks to be plenty of Android on the agenda.  Of course with 21 session scheduled and a third floor takeover, we would expect nothing less.

This year’s keynote presentations will highlight the biggest opportunities for developers and feature two of our most popular and important developer platforms: Android and Chrome. Google engineers from Andy Rubin and Sundar Pichai’s teams will unveil new features, preview upcoming updates, and provide new insights into the growing momentum behind these platforms.

Music to our ears.

We also hope to see plenty of news around where the two platforms converge, namely Google TV. We’re already in San Francisco, ready to cover this baby from the inside. Now would be a good time for you to follow us on twitter and Facebook. We’ll be live tweeting the keynotes and dumping a bunch of pictures into the Facebook page.

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  1. Hinds2009
    May 09, 17:41 Reply

    I have to admit it’s gonna be exciting to see the next evolution of android. I am also a proud owner of a nexus s.

  2. DroidIn
    May 09, 17:44 Reply

    Already printed my boarding pass…

  3. Peter
    May 10, 05:34 Reply

    @9dd2e732c0da641511a711674455e436:disqus I agree I’m actually more exciting to hear what will happen to android, the Google TV doesn’t seem to be so hot these days especially since they can’t get any good licenses


    oh that would be juicy :)

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