Google I/O slated for late May in San Francisco
Google I/O will be held on May 28 and 29 at the Moscow Center in San Francisco. Google I/O is a general meeting that company’s annual extravaganza for new products and third party developer tools. Sundar Pichai, Google’s senior vice president of products, will start the event. Google said it on a conference website on Tuesday.
Google said on the site that two days of inspirational talks, hands-on learning, and a chance to hear more about Google’s latest developer products. The detailed information are scarce now. A Google spokesman refused to make comment further on the schedule, but he said the site will update regularly with nearly the event.
Google I/O is a major event for the corporation. Last year, software for wearable devices like smartwatches was put to hot topic. Considered as “material design”, Google paid efforts to unify the appearance of it’s software across platforms. In 2012, Google grasped the public attention with it’s Glass, living skydiving.
In 2015, people will probably talk about smartwatches and Android Wear more often as the competitive opponent Apple have already launched it’s Apple Watch. Besides, it is sure that many developers will discuss to build new ways and grow their own products and apps using Google’s ecosystem. Maybe, more discussion on mobile payments and the future of Google Wallet will be made. And perhaps, Google will even give Google+ developer more chances to update its features. It is the absent show in last year.
Maybe in 2013, CEO Larry Page, who didn’t show on the stage last year. He will make an appearance and wax poetic about self-driving cars, Internet balloons, and satellites.