Like always Google will be live broadcasting the opening keynote speech for this year’s Google I/O conference. And just like we do each year, we will be sure to have all the live streams from the entire conference available here for viewing for those of you who can’t make it to the actual event. This year’s Google I/O should be pretty interesting, especially with what we already know is going to be making their debut.
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One of the big additions coming to Minecraft: Pocket Edition is the inclusion of full Redstone capabilities, which can make all sorts of automated things. The basics have already been added to Minecraft: Pocket Edition, that being the Redstone itself, but the more complex items and better optimization will be coming in the next update to the game.
One of the harder press conferences to get into in person at CES is the Samsung one. There’s always a ridiculous line that you have to wait in, sometimes for over an hour, just to make sure you get a seat. While that is what we have to do, even with our invite, you can chill at home or work and watch it right here live.
This year Nvidia is holding their press conference tonight at 6PM PST, and you can watch it live in numerous places including right here. Last year’s press conference and overall show for Nvidia focused a lot on the automotive industry and Nvidia products for it. So what’s in store for this year?
Google appears to be quite committed to making YouTube Gaming good and today the company has rolled out version 1.2. This update brings with it all kinds of improvements to the service itself, as well as to some of the Android-specific features as well, especially regarding mobile device live game streaming.
YouTube Gaming has been updated with the feature we have been waiting for, which is direct mobile game streaming from your Android device to YouTube Gaming. Not only does this make our lives way easier when it comes to streaming gameplay to you, our readers, but it also means anyone can stream as long as they have Android 5.0 or higher.
Yesterday we reported that YouTube Gaming would finally be going live today, directly competing against Twitch. Sure enough the platform has gone live and is now completely accessible as well as the official application for YouTube Gaming is now available for download.
YouTube has their main application for mobile devices and it does a pretty good job already. However, because gaming is so big in general, YouTube will be releasing a secondary app which is geared towards gaming videos and content on YouTube, and nothing else. It’s a pretty interesting move as it puts them in direct competition with Twitch as well as some of the smaller streaming apps.
Oculus Rift is hosting their E3 2015 press event a bit early, since E3 doesn’t start until next week. The event will introduce the Oculus Rifts’ new branding/logo as well as a website with a countdown clock, most likely counting down till the commercial release of the Oculus Rift, something a lot of people have been waiting for.
While Channel 1 and 2 for Google I/O 2015 are more focused on mobile technologies, programming and development, along with other things in those areas, like Android Wear, Channel 3 is more about other Google related subjects such as Polymer and Modern Web APIs, which happens to be the starting session on this channel.