I didn’t watch the 14 hour Google Keynote today, nor have I read a single thing about it. Nope, just followed along with comments on Twitter. So, in chronological order, here is the Google I/O keynote recap:
@justin: “We can’t hear Google, but they can see us. #io14”
@moltz: “Look at this email interface. It doesn’t look like shit anymore. That’s the power we’re giving you.”
@beerandpork: “Nice head placement pic.twitter.com/BS17GFlqdx”
@panzer: “Google’s Problem: Even if its intentions are 100% pure, it’s impossible to talk wearables without thinking about data gathering for ads.”
@gruber: “Eight on-stage speakers so far, by my count. Zero of them wearing Glass.”
@danielpunkass: “The demo cockpit is a Kia. So is Kia the only company that agreed yet to integrate android auto?”
@apike: “@danielpunkass No, they’re just the most prestigious one”
@mattalexand:”Ah, I see it’s time for the Annual Google Television Attempt”
@gruber: “So if you’re all in on the Google experience, are you supposed to buy an Android TV device or a Chromecast device or both?”
@viticci: “I would say that Nike and Withings have produced more innovative and smarter wearable solutions than Google’s current crop of Android Wear.”
@poritsky: “Inviting a creepy ad company into your television seems unwise.”
@dhh: “Google’s new Material Design is pretty, but their language of justification is a ridiculous stew of gobbledygook. pic.twitter.com/z4EvWB9wQq”
Sounds like a great keynote.
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