The 2010 Google I/O Developer Conference concluded last week in San Francisco. Of the multitude of announcements made, there were three important developments from a consumer perspective. These include Announcement of Android 2.2, codenamed Froyo Open sourcing the VP8 codec from On2, and creation of the WebM container Google TV expected to launch in Fall 2010 While Android is continuing its march towards dominating the smartphone market (as well as the tablet space), there really wasn't that much to make the general public excited about in the announcement of a new version. What made waves and generated heated debate were the Google TV and VP8 announcements. Read on the find out Anandtech's take on these two topics.