Jelly Bean robot statue appeared in the Google headquarters

Google I/O Developer Conference will be held 12:30 tonight, exactly as we expected, will released a new generation of Android system version of the Jelly Bean? Google will tell you the answer in kind.

On behalf of the Jelly Bean jelly beans robot appeared on the front lawn at Google headquarters in Building 44, According to tradition, before the release of a new version of the Android system, Google headquarters will be placed in the robot statue on behalf of the dessert, this is also no exception, which has hinted that Google does will be published Jelly Bean operating system, and we look forward to the new system will bring any surprises.

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Google I/O: What do you expect?

This June, there is many new tech showed up.

Apple WWDC conference has just finished, people are still pondering the “retina” screen of the new MacBook Pro, followed by Microsoft released the Surface of this new form of tablet PCs, and then release of Windows Phone 8, next week will be the annual Google I/O, believe that Google has a lot of wonderful products are going to release.

First, begin by recalling the previous Google I/O’s main theme

  • In 2008, Android, the App Engine, Google Maps API, the Google Web Toolkit, OpenSocial;
  • In 2009, Android, the App Engine, Chrome the Google Web Toolkit, the Google AJAX APIs, the Google Wave;
  • In 2010, Android, the App Engine, Chrome the Enterprise, Geo, Google APIs for the Google TV, Google Web Toolkit and the Socail the Web, the Google Wave;
  • In 2011, Android, Chrome, the Chrome OS, Google Music, Chromebooks, Chrome Web Store support in-app payment.

Beginning in 2009, Android, Chrome becomes the protagonist of each of the Google I/O conference, their importance is evident. As the saying goes reviewing the old, learning the new, this year’s Google I/O, the two main characters certainly will not be absent. In the past, we can see that on the Google I/O, Google likes to release new stuff at the conference, such as last year they have released Google TV, Chrome Web Store, Chromebooks, ADK, Android@Home, etc..

This year what new things we will look forward to in the Google I/O Conference?
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