‘The annual Google I/O event was sold out in just under an hour – we’re talking about 59 minutes to be exact. Yeah, this is clearly an improvement by leaps and bounds, considering the 2010 event took 10 days to sell out, with the 2009 version taking three months. Perhaps it is due to the fanfare and huge announcements that are set to happen then which sparked off this ticket purchasing frenzy, considering how Android 2.2 Froyo was introduced at Google I/O last year to a huge crowd. Among the speculated news that might make it to Google I/O this year would be Android 2.4 being formally introduced, as well as Google’s Android strategy for the future, and perhaps a new operating system for netbooks – which do you think will make a splash at this year’s event?
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