Google I/O returns to Mountain View May 10
It’s that time of year again! Google I/O is just around the corner, and we’re super excited to see what the search giant has in store for us this time around.
As usual, the event will be held at the Mountain View campus, on May 10. This year’s I/O looks to be especially interesting, given the recent developments in the world of technology.
Of course, we’re expecting big things from Google. The company always has something new up its sleeve, and we’re sure that this year will be no different. We’re particularly excited to see what’s in store for the Android platform.
With that said, here’s a quick rundown of what we’re expecting from Google I/O this year:
1. Android 12: We’re expecting Google to unveil the next version of Android at I/O this year. There have been a lot of rumors and leaks about Android 12, and we’re curious to see if they’re all true.
2. Google Assistant: Google Assistant is one of the most important products from Google, and we’re expecting to see some big announcements related to it at I/O.
3. Google Home: Google Home is another important product from Google, and we’re expecting to see some new features and improvements announced for it at I/O.
4. Project Ara: Project Ara is Google’s modular smartphone project, and we’re hoping to see some progress on it at I/O this year.
5. Google Glass: Google Glass is one of the most fascinating products from Google, and we’re hoping to see some new developments for it at I/O.
6. Project Tango: Project Tango is Google’s augmented reality project, and we’re hoping to see some new announcements related to it at I/O.
7. self-driving cars: Google has been working on self-driving cars for a while now, and we’re hoping to see some new developments on that front at I/O.
8. Project Loon: Project Loon is Google’s project to bring Internet to remote areas using balloons, and we’re hoping to see some new progress on it at I/O.
9. GoogleX: GoogleX is Google’s secretive R&D division, and we’re hoping to see some new announcements from it at I/O.
10. Miscellaneous: There are always a bunch of miscellaneous announcements and products that Google unveils at I/O, and we’re curious to see what they are this year.
So, that’s what we’re expecting from Google I/O this year. Of course, only time will tell what Google has actually in store for us. We’ll be sure to keep you updated on all the latest news and announcements from the event.