Wednesday, June 27, 2012

MC2 Post 1306 What's Inside Google I/O


1 of 19 from An early glimpse inside Google I/O (pictures)

The map pin marks the spot for developers this week outside Moscone West in San Francisco, where Google is preparing to host thousands of developers at the annual Google I/O developer's conference.

According to Google, it took 90 days to sell out I/O 2009, 50 days to sell out I/O 2010, and 59 minutes to sell out I/O in 2011. This year? Google I/O 2012 sold out in just more than 20 minutes.

185 Pulse-Linked Characters  --- Still Too Much.

Live Blog Coverage at:

 CNET will be live blogging the keynote, starting at 9:30 a.m. PT   Wednesday. 

Join us here.


And Live VIDEO podcast at TWIT.TV at around 9:00 am Wednesday.



           IN OTHER NEWS  

*(Sorry LEO..)


Google Tablet Set to Limbo in at Low $199 Entry Point

The Google Nexus tablet will be co-branded with Asus. More importantly, 

it will be inexpensive at $199.

An Ungodly 237 Characters...To The Link (Not Shown)



Apple Wants to Build Cloud Data Center Near Reno

Apple is looking to set up shop in the Biggest Little City in the World, with 

local and state government footing the bill for a possible 

$89 million in tax breaks, according to the Reno Gazette Journal. 

Apple's data center in Maiden, N.C.
(Credit: Apple)

Apple is planning to open a data center in northern Nevada as part of the company's plan to spend $1 billion in northern Nevada over the next 10 years, according to the Reno Gazette Journal.

233 Characters for another Disgusting Record 

for Too Long Links....



How to Power Four Simultaneous Screens with 
the Retina MacBook Pro

With dual DisplayPort and HDMI, the MacBook Pro with Retina Display has a surprising number
of video connections.

The new MacBook Pro with Retina display has many noteworthy features, from a unique 2,880x1,800-pixel screen to new Nvidia graphics to large SSD storage options. But, the most surprising may be the multiple video outputs -- something not seen on a MacBook before now.

If 150 characters to a LINK  is My Limit   Guess What 
I Think About 254 characters....

I Blame Pulse....

This is the Kind of Stuff that Keeps Advertisers from MONETIZING the Web Like it Does Television.

A Dying Media That's Still Grabbing The Big BUCKS.
The WEB ???  

It's Still Too Messy...and Sneaky.



*( LEO has a TWIT Podcast called  In Other NEWS  aka ION..)




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