Google I/O, the company’s annual developer conference, kicks off later this month. We still don’t know exactly what to expect from the event, but a full schedule released on Wednesday offers a few hints at what’s in store for attendees.
Android is always a huge focus during Google I/O, and it’s likely we’ll get a first look at the next version of Google’s mobile operating system during a lengthy keynote on May 28, which appears to span about two and a half hours. Later that day, a separate event titled “What’s new in Android” could offer even more specifics about big changes to the next version.
Another session titled “What’s next with Project Tango,” suggests the experimental technology could also play a big role at Google I/O. Other potential topics include Android Wear and Chrome OS, along with how all of these different operating systems can work together seamlessly.
We’ll be covering Google I/O live on May 28 for the Keynote, and we can’t wait to see what the company has planned. In the meantime, you can check out the schedule for yourself via the source link below.