This year, Google had a ton to announce at Google I/O, their annual developer’s conference. They unveiled new Nexus devices, showed off their Siri competitor Google Now, and even started upgrading certain Galaxy Nexus devices to the new version of Android, Jelly Bean. But you don’t want to read it in written text, you want to hear it from the announcers themselves!
Luckily, Google has now put recordings of the events on YouTube for everyone to see. If you’re short on time, or just want to see a summary of the two day’s events, you can just watch this short (~4 minutes) summary video:
If you’re interested in seeing both day’s keynotes, you can also watch those. The first day featured Android, including the Nexus 7, Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”, the Nexus Q, and so much more, you can watch the first event here:
The second day features things like Google Chrome and the expansion of the web as a platform:
Are you excited for Jelly Bean and Google Now on your device soon?
For more news from this year’s Google I/O, check out the Google I/O 2012 tag!