November 15, 2010 | by Lars Aronsson
The Web 2.0 Summit is a yearly event held in San Francisco, and it features discussions about the World Wide Web. For many people, Google almost symbolizes the Internet, and the company’s CEO Eric Schmidt will open up this year’s summit today. He will speak alongside Tim O’Reilly who started the event back in 2004, as well as John Battelle. It’s called “A Conversation with Eric Schmidt”, but no topics have been mentioned.
Some people have put two and two together and think that Google just might announce Gingerbread today in San Francisco. Especially since @GoogleMobile sent out an insinuating tweet a few days ago that said “Our cafes are baking something sweet”, along with a picture of gingerbread cookies in the shape of Androids. Perhaps the rumor is true and we’ll see Gingerbread later today, but then again, maybe we won’t. Here’s hoping.