Depending on where you get your nerdy news, Google I/O 2017 was the story of a boring company doing important things or an important company doing boring things; either way, much of the coverage from Mountain View bore mentions of mundanity, the sense that the sizzle had fizzled. But Google I/O isn’t *supposed* to be a gadget carnival, and it doesn’t need to wow the masses anymore. At I/O 2017, Google returned to the roots of a dev conference: giving developers more tools to build the future. Join Michael Fisher in Mountain View, CA for MrMobile’s Google I/O 2017 impressions!
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MrMobile’s Google I/O 2017 Impressions video was produced following a trip to Google I/O 2017 in Mountain View California. MrMobile attended the conference for all three days. Travel and accommodations were provided by Mobile Nations.
Android Central’s Google I/O 2017 Coverage:
Google is boring now, and that’s sad [Mashable]:
“The Ballad of MrMobile.” Mobile Nations, 2016
“Dubday” by Cymatix, available at Premium Beat:
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