Google just announced that its annual developer conference, Google I/O, will be held on from May 15th through May 17th in 2013. Google I/O is a huge event, especially for Android fans, as it is typically when the company reveals its latest operating system and new devices that take advantage of it. In 2012, for example, Google took the wraps off of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, announced the Nexus 7, discussed Project Glass and revealed the ill-fated Nexus Q. Google hasn’t yet announced when registration will open, but you’ll want to jump on it as soon as it does. We’ll be reporting live from Google I/O next spring, and we’re sure plenty of leaks will be revealed in the meantime. Android Key Lime Pie, anyone?
[via The Verge]