The annual Google I/O conference is mainly aimed at developers working with the Android ecosystem, but the search giant also frequently introduces new hardware releases and makes announcements about its future products.
Google has posted a keynote schedule that gives us a pretty good idea of what to expect.
This year the program looks a little different. Browse all keynotes, product announcements, and learning labs on day one, then come back on day two when all technical sessions are available upon request.
The event kicks off on May 11 with a keynote by Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who will talk to us about the company’s future plans, green projects and privacy. Some believe that we will finally see the smart watch Pixel Watch, as well as the budget smartphone Pixel 6a.
The program also suggests that Google will make some announcements related to artificial intelligence. Perhaps we are waiting for new features and improvements to Google Assistant.
It will also talk about Android 13 and next-generation Wear OS operating systems, Chrome OS, as well as augmented reality technologies.