Google I/O 2011 news round-up

This post features a collection of stories generated by this year’s events at Google’s annual developer’s conference, Google I/O. The conference takes place over May 10th and 11th in San Francisco.

A great deal of the conference is being live streamed (also embedded above), and you can access the Google I/O session schedule so you won’t miss the news that you are most looking forward to.

This post will be updated regularly on Tuesday and Wednesday with new stories, so keep it bookmarked and check back for the latest on Android, the Android Market, Android @Home, the Chrome Browser, Chrome OS, Google Music, HTML5 and more.

Here is the latest, in the order posted:

Google Launches Music Beta

Android turns attention to home appliance control

Ice Cream Sandwich official, coming Q4, 2011

Android 3.1 for the Motorola Xoom available now

Google TV slated to receive 3.1 along with Market access

Android Market movie rental goes live

Google working to make Android updates better

Google I/O attendees receive Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Google releases new Android sales numbers: 100 million devices activated to date

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Google I/O edition, on Ebay

New Nexus devices: “there’s always going to be new ones coming out in the market”

Why wasn’t Honeycomb open sourced? Because of ICS, that’s why.

Web-based Android Market now gives you suggestions

Google’s “+1″ voting/sharing system is on deck

Video: Keynote from Google I/O 2011

Review: Google I/O 2011 for Android

Google unveils ChromeOS-based “Chromebooks”

Samsung Series 5 Chrombooks detailed

Acer Chromebook: Chrome on the low

Google outlines business and education pricing for Chrome

Angry Birds for Chrome available now

Chrome Web Store now available world-wide, adds in-app purchases

Android Market changes galore

Day 2 of Google I/O yields more free loot

Honeycomb headed for Google TV this year–preview the UI

Google giving out Fishtank Google TV devices for developers

If you want to see where the graphic that links to this post from our home page came from, replay Google’s HTML5 countdown to the conference.

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