Google I/O Developers Conference Kicks-Off Today – What To Expect?

Google I/O Developers Conference Kicks-Off Today – What To Expect?

Sundar Pichai Google’s Senior Vice President, Android, Chrome & Apps announced dates for Google I/O developer conference: June 25-26 at Moscone West in San Francisco way back 5 days ago, so developers hope you are going to be at the auditorium on time…

This year the conference appeared one moth late than the 2013 edition, which ran from May 15-17. With the rapid sells out at Google I/O in the recent years, Pichai said this year Google implemented a new lottery-based registration system, where attendees got randomly picked from the pool of developers who expressed interest in the event.

Google I/O Developers Conference 2014

‘Google I/O 2014, going to be biggie’…it should be, as iOS did it with so much hype earlier this month, a fresh Developers Conference from yet another tech giant is worthy for the devs across the globe.

Why Its Big? What We Can Expect?

Well, as Android Central Reports developers is going to get a bunch of surprises with –

  • Big news for Android Wear, Google Fit, Google Glass and SmartWatches

  • A refreshed living room strategy with new Android TV and Google’s ‘Molly’ set-top box

  • Big jump start with Open Automotive Alliance, bringing Android to cars

  • Devs will get a preview of what’s coming in Android’s “L” release at I/O

  • Projects Tango and its Development

  • Google Play edition Samsung Galaxy S5

For more details look up to Android Central

And for an updated and latest review on Google I/O Developer’s Conference 2014 and a bright summary of their new product launch, stay tuned to Unified Infotech.

Countdown begins for #io14, less than 12 hours left…….be at Moscone West, San Francisco sharp at 9.AM PDT.

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