Google I/O 2013: What To Expect At The Event?
Google's 2013 technology event called Google I/O Developers Conference will start today, May 15 through the 17th. Google does the event annually to showcase the company's newest and upcoming products and services.
Question is, what does Google have in-store to Google developers and the consumers in general at this year's Google I/O Developers Conference in San Francisco?
Well, according to this website, which would also live stream the event on their site starting at 9 a.m. PT today, expect Google to talk about subject matters pertaining to Android, Chrome and Apps, Google+, Google Cloud Platform, Google Maps, YouTube, Google Wallet, Google Ads, Google Glass, Knowledge and Structured Data, and a lot of Tech Talk.
Meanwhile, some pre-conference buzz suggests that Google may introduce at the event a mid-priced Chromebook, more apps for Chrome and Chrome OS, a possible new Nexus phone and tablet, Google Play Games for Android, and an upcoming Google Music subscription service.
Can Google top off the spectacle they had during the last year's I/O event when the company introduced and demoed their Google Glass Project? We'll just have to wait and see, as the eyes and ears of the whole tech world will surely be directed at Google's starting today.
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