Google CEO Sundar Pichai has announced that Google’s annual developer conference will be taking place on 18-20 May in Mountain View, California. This marks the tenth anniversary of Google I/O, although the internet company has not revealed if it has anything special planned.
The Google I/O keynote is generally where the company provides updates on its latest projects, and tends to include previews of the next version of Android. This year shouldn’t be too different, although it is likely that there will be a greater emphasis on virtual reality technology and, possibly, news about Google’s self driving cars.
Nothing else is known yet, and registration is not yet open for those who want to make the pilgrimage to the developer conference. As per usual, the Google I/O keynote will be livestreamed for those who are unable to make it to there in person.
[Source: Sundar Pichai Google+]