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After talking about Google I/O for months, the event is finally here and we’re broadcasting from the show floor. Bear with us on the audio quality as there aren’t too many quiet corners for recording podcasts. The monster keynote focused less on Chrome than we expected but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t some interesting news. Chrome is getting more notification cards — some of which we already knew about — and there’s a definite interface unification effort between Chrome and Android.
Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel
Chrome on phone is going to look a lot like Chrome on the desktop
Zero Chrome hardware discussion
Google Now is part of the glue that ties Chrome and Android together even more
Android apps on Chrome. Sorta, maybe.
Chromecast and Android TV
Chromecast gets personalized content Backdrop
New notifications on Chrome: calls and texts, low battery. Unlock your Chromebook with Android phone.