Over on Google‘s Developer website, two YouTube videos have appeared for what is being called a Chrome Mobile Special Event. Both are going to be live events, with each set to take place a week apart in the middle of June. Unfortunately, no information about the videos are given, merely a promise that “More details [are] coming soon.”
The first of the two events shows a start date of June 7, and is scheduled to take place from 1PM EDT to 1:30PM EDT. The second will be about a week later on June 13 from 11AM to 11:30AM EDT. That is all we know about either of them – there’s no mention of when the additional details will be appearing, although we hope it is soon.
We’re going to go out on a limb here and guess that one of the events is for Mobile Chrome for Android, and the second is for iOS, but that hasn’t been confirmed. It is worth pointing out that this comes shortly after Google I/O, which makes it seem odd that whatever information that is going to be presented wasn’t done so then.
It is anybody’s guess right now what Google is up to, besides teasing us. We’ve got one bit of in-house speculation that it’ll be an announcement of Android running in Chrome, much in the same way you can fire up and pop out Hangouts. What about you? What do you think Google is going to present in the live events? Let us known in the comment, and stay tuned for more updates!