Google developer conference 2010By Hanleigh Daniels 18 May 2010 | Categories: news
Google’s largest developer conference kicks off tomorrow at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Google I/O is going to run for two days and will feature 80 sessions, as well as more than 5 000 developers and more than 100 technology demonstrations. You can follow the latest developments from the conference on Google’s Twitter page.
According to Engadget, Google will launch the next version of their open-source Android OS at the conference to follow the popular Android 2.1 aka Éclair. Android 2.2 (Froyo) is reportedly over four times faster than Éclair and also boasts native flash support (Adobe Flash Player 10.1).
TechSmart will keep you posted on the latest from I/O and on Android 2.2.
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