Google IO Soon: Dominated by Android Leaving Google TV and ChromeOS Behind

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    Google IO Soon: Dominated by Android Leaving Google TV and ChromeOS Behind


    With Google's IO conference coming very soon, many folks in the industry are speculating what sort of announcements Google will make regarding their products. Most agree that, more than likely, Android will dominate leaving Google TV and Chrome OS with very little interesting new developments. In fact, on ChromeSpot, they went to the trouble of listing, and it turns out the speculation was right on the money. Here's what ChromeSpot had to say regarding the schedule for the Google IO Event,
    There are 52 sessions listed. Android has 18 sessions. Chrome has 8 sessions. And that’s being generous by filtering using Android and Chrome tracks; if you look at session titles, Android is named in 15 titles while Chrome is named in only 2. Meanwhile, Google TV gets the complete shaft: it doesn’t have it’s own “track” and is only mentioned in 1 session title.
    Talk about being left behind sucking wind. You would think that Google doesn't care about these products, but in reality they are still working hard to make them successful. Even though right now they are 'taking a back seat' to Android, many analysts believe that they both just need a shot of marketing attention from an actual Android Market. And, even though Google TV and Chrome OS aren't getting a ton of attention at IO, you can bet that Google is working on multiple ways to make these competitive in the market when the timing is right. After-all, they have poured millions into these projects, and they have huge upward potential for the future. In fact, eventually we will probably see these products begin to merge together more and more. What do you guys think?

    Source: Phandroid and ChromeSpot

    Also, you guys can check out more on this topic at many of our sister-sites:
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    Last edited by dgstorm; 04-01-2011 at 02:44 PM.

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