You can watch Google I/O live on techrammer.com through the widget at the bottom of this post. Google I/O is an annual event organised by Google and it focuses on developers. It usually features highly-technical sessions that focuses on the development of web, mobile and enterprise applications.
Different Google technologies are often discussed. Examples include Android mobile operating system, Chrome web browser, Chrome operating system (which runs on Chrome Books), Google APIs (which cuts across Maps, Youtube, Earth and more), Google Web Toolkit, App Engine and so on.
To learn about what’s new in Google Technologies, especially all the developer-centric new features, that would later translate into a better experience for users of different applications and devices, just sit back and enjoy through the widget below.