The Google I/O event, where we get to hear about all things Google, is set to start at the end of next month.
The real highlight, as always, will be the keynote. While this is not an event dedicated entirely to Android, we do expect to hear quite a lot about the Google’s mobile OS.
There are sessions for all sorts of Google-related stuff scheduled, and it looks like the Android talks will center largely around enhanced developer integration. Other Google products to be covered include Maps, Chrome, Drive, Google+ and YouTube – the full schedule can be found here.
Entry into the popular event costs $900 for general admittance – although Google were offering Academia tickets for $300, if you can prove you’re a student, staff or faculty member of a university – the event is sold out, though. Worry not, Google I/O will be streamed live on their website.
For everything about the event, checkout the I/O section of the Google developers portal, which includes a nifty in-browser invention machine.