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    Devin Swisher

    Yeah I'm SURE that the BETA version of that google crapware was not the issue. Sure, it was the perfectly working, shipping product that failed.

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    tribaleye2000

    AKA " "Googles embarrassing demo: iPad vs. Android device (with video)
    "Just a few moments ago at the Google I/O the demonstration team encountered one of the more embarrassing problems in modern tech presentation memory. An iPad and a Google Android phone were set up side-by-side to display the loading of a new application. While the iPad populated and loaded quickly, the Android phone was less successful." " The fun starts at 1:40:27:

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    1958lespaul1

    Umm, I know this is a tech demo but why did the Android phone run like crap compared to the iPad?

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    J. P. Loureiro

    @tribaleye2000 The app was already streamloaded into the iPad, only changed a bit, while the Android was loading it from the wifi from IO. My Nexus was lagging as hell as well as my iPad.

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    derSchmidi

    @1958lespaul1
    because there is no "the" Android phone. You might mean Googles Nexus One which is the only phone by Google. Android is the platform, there are many phones running Android by different manufacturers like RIM and so on. Also, the iPad is not a Phone 😉

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    Marcos Torres

    Great! I here in Brazil can watch these amazing presentations, from an event that costs$100! It's the power of Internet!

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    metalmlo0352

    @ngjimmy What the hell does that even MEAN? The android? Android is an OS. The ipad doesnt compete with many mainstream android devices…

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    naxps

    Is it me, or is the guy speaking about app privileges and stuff sound like the narrator for dovetastic? You know, the guy whoe says, "as you can see you professional microwave operator is really pleased with the microwavability of [thingy]…"

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    Matt Graves

    Awesome. these people are completely amazing. driven, creative,…the brains behind everything that makes being alive at this point in the history of the universe so completely incredible.

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    Boehoehuahoei

    Okey, so what we need now is a new Google phone (or Android device), with glassless 3D effects. (think 3ds, parallax barriers) and a 3D cam. To take 3d pics and movies. (like the 720 p from sharp).
    AND since youtube is 3D capable. The users can sheer 3d photos and movies.
    which should kick ass!!!!!! Make it happen! i want one.

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    John Lombardo

    What's the point of making all the sessions private? I subscribe to the GoogleDevelopers channel, but all the interesting videos are private & I can't view them! It's not like they wouldn't have sold out of the event if the videos weren't private — I didn't go because it was sold out before my company finally decided to send me.

    Google should make all the session videos available to everyone because good video on programming in the Google world is sorely lacking!

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    happycamperjack

    sorry if I missed it, but does anyone know what kind of server the huge employee expense reports demo run on in terms of number of servers, and their performance, thanks!

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    dregenius

    Android fail. Theey were presumably on the same exact network and the experience on the Android device was excruciating. Of course we know the network was working fine cause the iPhone OS device worked fine.

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    happycamperjack

    @johnnylambada

    I totally agree man, what better to make the point to programmers everywhere of Google = Open and Apple = Close then making all sessions open instead of charging a bunch for them like Apple's WWDC's sessions last year.

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    José Mazcorro

    I don't know what channels do I have to use to say this, but really developers of wave, the real thing that is lacking in google wave in the aims of communication and collaboration is the voice communication. I have previous experience working with skype in collaboration and I find it, really helpful tool is nice to add some service like this. and not only the USA. greetings

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    ReadWryt

    So, so. So so so so so SO so So. So, so so…so. Remember when people cared enough about what they were saying that they made sure they sounded smarter than someone who starts every 5th sentence with the word "so"?

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    Ustun Ozgur

    Not speaking of content, but in terms of presentation skills:

    Poor presentation compared to Apple. I'm aware that most presenters are engineers and not presenters, but still the speakers simply do not excite the audience.

    Music is horrible by the way. Reminiscent of the lack of artistic value in Google products.

    Also, HEYCH-t-m-l 5? Come on.

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    FeistnFlink

    I am really thinking of redirecting my profession and try to get to google…no really your doing great work there and I want to join 😉

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    kahuna3901

    google are slightly HUUUUUUUUUUUGEEEEEE, however google chrome dosent recognise google as a word. keeps giving me red lines, garghhhhh. can wait for android 3.0

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    spartan2k6

    nice to get all the developers to speak and explain stuff on the dais rather than the ceo himself like Jobs who keeps reciting "magical" once every 2 minutes..

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    ststst

    html5 is everywhere ;-), IE6, IE7, IE8: no support for html5. (only the beta of IE9 supports it). youtube is not going to switch to html5, for that very reason 😉

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    Calcious Lalo

    Merry christmas google!!!

    I did not see the whole video because I have a life, but keep uploading your hours conference stuff and happy holydays!!

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    Viacheslav Dobromyslov

    I'm so disappointed. Now Roo and GWT are not synchronized together. I spent 2 days trying to launch Roo-1.1.5 and GWT-2.4.0 – it's impossible.

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