Google on Wednesday will kick off Google I/O 2012, and we have already shown you what we expect the Search giant to announce this week, from hardware to mobile and desktop software and other products Google is interested in improving or deploying in the future.
We’re going to thoroughly cover Google I/O 2012 for you, and if you were not able to grab tickets for this year’s developers conference, you should know that Google has updated the official Google I/O website to offer you certain perks to anyone interested in closely following the event.
The website now offers a new events area that’s meant to make it easier for interested Google fans to follow the show. The news area will feature the complete schedule, announcements, and Google+ updates from the Google Developers Google+ page. Those of you interested in accessing video streaming from keynotes and sessions will be thrilled to hear that’s possible. Even more interestingly, Google has setup a live blogging gadget that can be used to live blog the event. The gadget can be integrated in your website if you so desire and works with Google+.
We’ll be back with more Google I/O details, so keep following Android Authority to stay atop of this week’s major announcements.