Google has revealed the schedule for its Google I/O conference starting on 15 May, and in doing so has given us the date it plans to announce new products.
This year, the announcements won't occur in separate keynotes. Instead, Google will be hosting a three-hour keynote from 9am-12 PST on 15 May. Yes, three hours does seem like a long time, which makes it look like Mountain View has a lot to discuss. If you're a Google fanatic, this will be one of the most exciting times of the year for you.
Google is rumoured to be introducing the next version of Android - Key Lime Pie. It's not clear if Google will label the new version as Android 4.3 or Android 5.0 No features have been detailed specifically, so we'll all be going in to the event with very few presumptions. Furthermore, Google is rumoured to be introducing a LTE version, 32GB version of the Nexus 4.
For developers who are attending Google I/O, the company has posted a session list so you can start planning your three days at Moscone. There are six main tracks - Android, Chrome & Apps, Google+, Google Cloud Platform, Google Maps, and YouTube - that make up the 150 total sessions. Noticeably absent is Google Glass.
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